- 5-8th grade Band
- K-8th grade Choir
- 5-8th grade Sports
- 6th-8th grade Handbells
- 6th-8th grade Choristers
- 4th grade Recorders
- K-6th grade Girl Scouts
- 6th grade D.A.R.E.
- Pre- 8th grade Fine Arts Festival
- Pre-8th grade Topical Showcase
-Preschool Computer Station
- K-2nd grade iPads
- 3rd grade Technology station
- 4th grade Technology Cart
- 5th grade Technology Cart
- 1:1 Technology in 6-8th grades
Our Philosophy: At St. John Lutheran School we believe and teach the doctrine of the Triune God. God the Father is our Creator. Jesus, God's Son, is our Savior and Lord. The Holy Spirit calls us to faith through the sacrament of Holy Baptism and keeps us in that faith.
We believe that God calls us to respond to His love through word and deed in our lives. God commands us to WORSHIP regularly; to WITNESS our faith to others; to SHARE with others the gifts of time, talent, and treasure which God has given us; to LOVE our neighbor as ourselves; to LIVE in obedience to his commands; and to SERVE others in need.
God commands us in Deuteronomy 6:4 to teach His commands to our children. We respond as a church by heeding these words from Proverbs 22:6,"Train a child in the way they should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it." This is implimented each day as children are taught the core academic subjects. In addition, daily religion classes and a weekly chapel service teach the Lutheran Christian faith. We approach a Child's education believing that each child is blessed with unique talents and skills, helping each child to reach their potential as they develop their individual gifts. We provide a well-rounded education that meets the spiritual, intellectual, physical, emotional, and social needs of each child.
Our Curriculum: St. John Lutheran School is committed to quality Christian education. The Word of God is the central focus upon which all other instruction is based. The curricular areas meet all requirements set by the State of Michigan. St. John teaches Integrity in the Christian faith in all subject areas.
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