Martin Luther School exists to assist families in preparing their children for eternal life by providing a Christ-centered education that equips them to be lifelong disciples of Jesus Christ.


  • Martin Luther students and families are disciples of Christ in their homes, congregations, and communities (Acts 1:8, Ephesians 4:11-14)
  • Martin Luther School provides qualified staff, follows a comprehensive Christ-centered curriculum, and uses all appropriate resources to assist in achieving its mission (Ephesians 6:4, 1 Corinthians 10:31)
  • Martin Luther School has excellent communication with all church and school families (1 Corinthians 14:40)
  • Martin Luther School is recognized within our church and community as an exceptional school (Matthew 5:16)


Disciples of Christ

  • To promote and offer Bible Studies that focus on the family
  • To use our FCE to bring in speakers and workshops that promote Christian parenting
  • To have our students and families regularly in God’s Word where the Holy Spirit will show them the love of God in Jesus Christ so that they may respond with a life of faith, service, fellowship, and love
  • To offer training for our families to witness their faith to others


  • To provide our staff with appropriate funding to stay current with educational trends and philosophies
  • To finish work on formal curriculum by the summer of 2012
  • To review one curricular area annually
  • To research, gather and use appropriate educational resources to achieve our mission
  • To provide a Christ-centered curriculum that promotes spiritual, academic, physical, and social development


  • To send classroom and school information to our church and school families in a useful manner
  • To use a variety of means of communication to reach our church and school families
  • To provide our school families with a list of goals and expectations for which they are responsible


  • To promote our school by using various means, such as FVL Schools, school community projects, and promoting school events
  • To promote our school within our church and other local congregations by developing a harvest strategy
Nondiscriminatory Policy
Because our Lord has told us in 2 Peter 3:9 and in 1 Timothy 2:4 that he is not willing that any should perish, but that all should come to the knowledge of the truth, Martin Luther Evangelical Lutheran School does not discriminate in any respect on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, disability, or gender. All students are treated equally in the administration of its education policies, including religious instruction, enrollment policies, and other school administered programs.