ST. PETER LUTHERAN SCHOOL

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Our Mission Statement

By the Grace of God, St. Peter Lutheran School exists to nurture and educate God’s children in a Christ-centered environment. Through the guidance of parents and teachers, students learn to interpret their world in the light of God’s Word.

Our Vision Statement

St. Peter Lutheran Church and School is committed to meeting the spiritual needs of our members and the community. We nurture the faith of our members and provide Christ-centered, academically excellent education for all God’s children. We pursue opportunities to increase our community outreach and improve our facilities while practicing good stewardship of God’s gifts.

Our Core Values

REVERENCE: We give honor and glory to God above all things.

BIBLICAL TRUTH: We provide a ministry to believers according to the Scriptures and Lutheran Confessions.

DISCIPLESHIP: We exercise Christian love and fellowship in order to extend the Kingdom of God at large. We nurture present and future congregational and Church leaders.

CHRISTIAN EDUCATION: We teach and live the Christian faith according to Lutheran doctrine; we provide and maintain a Christ-centered, academically excellent education.

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2022-2023 School Year Theme

Our school theme for the 2022-2023 school year is "Forgiven" with our theme Bible verses being Ephesians 4:32, "Be kind to one another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, as God in Christ forgave you." This school year, as we are celebrating our 142nd year of teaching children about Jesus and nurturing their faith on the foundation of God's Word, we pray that our students will continue to be reminded that they are forgiven and redeemed children of God because of what Jesus has done for us.

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

"This is really cool. There are a lot of great projects with interesting topics. The students did a great job."

— Comment from a grandparent at the Capstone Fair