You may have heard the saying "All I need to know I learned in Kindergarten."   The same can be said for preschool. At home children can be learn basic things like colors, shapes, numbers, letters, letter sounds and sometimes beginning reading skills. B...

When I tell people I am part of the Zion Lutheran School PTF they always ask, "what is PTF?"  I tell them it stands for "Parent Teacher Fellowship.  It's like a PTO or PTA."  They usually reply with a comment along the lines of, "Oh is that because you are a religious...

One of the most important aspects of a Classical Christian Education lies in the “Christian” portion of the education. In a truly classical education, the Christian faith is not a separate subject but a worldview and foundation that is ingrained throughout all aspects...

We, as a school, are striving to create a learning atmosphere of excellence. We are going to expect a lot from your children, and we’re going to expect a lot from you. Please be assured that what we expect is reasonable and shouldn’t be perceived as anything out of the...

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Learning Latin improves your vocabulary and helps you understand the English language. 

Did you know that approximately 60% of all English words derive from Latin, and that 90% of English words with more than 2 syllabl...

Let's get reading little Buck-A-Roos!

Zion is beginning our 4th Annual Reading Program.  This Year it is titled, "Lasso a Good Book."  

Readers and families alike join the stampede to "Lasso a Good Book."  Mark the kickoff on your calendars for Literacy Night o...

This is the presentation that Maggie Peterson and Mackenzie Ratcliff have given to several local groups.   "Hi, my name is Maggie Peterson and this is my partner Mackenzie Ratcliff.  We are here to talk about a charity, we are starting to help the homeless, it is calle...

Zion Lutheran School held the annual Bike-A-Thon on September 15, 2017

 The students brought their bikes, trikes and scooters from home, riding them to make money for The Teachers Fund. Teachers use this money to offset classroom expenses.

Each class took turns riding th...

We are back to school at full speed ahead.  Each teacher has put in a busy summer preparing lesson plans and planning a rigorous class schedule.  Educating the whole child is a key to their continued success.  Our classes include Preschool 3 and 4 year old through 7th...

Posing on the steps of Democracy 

5th, 6th, and 7th grade went on a field trip to the state Capitol where they were able to see our government in action. We had an amazing tour guide who shared many interesting stories about the Capitol's historical and current eve...

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