“St. Peter’s Lutheran School exists to glorify God through Christian Nurture, Mission Outreach and Quality Academic and Religious Education”
~St. Peter’s Lutheran School Mission Statement~
Since 1993, St. Peter’s Lutheran School has been a private Christian school providing children with a solid Christian an academic foundation in grades preschool through eighth. Our school is the main mission of St. Peter’s Lutheran Church and is committed to Christian nurture, mission outreach and quality academic and religious education. St. Peter’s is technologically driven with the use of iPads, flipped classroom instruction and a spacious computer lab. Our students attend field trips to numerous places including Washington D.C., Coloma, and technology museums to enhance their learning experience. In addition to our main academic subjects we also offer weekly chapel, advanced math, foreign language, sports, music, band, after school programs and summer camp.
Enrollment for the upcoming 2017-18 school year will begin February 15, 2017 at 7:30 a.m. Please call our office at 916-689-3050 if you have any questions or would like to schedule a tour.
Message from the Principal….
Welcome to our 2016-2017 school year! What a blessing to have so many new and returning students. It’s wonderful to see our sanctuary overflowing with people at chapel.
We have a busy year planned for your children. We will have the opportunity to participate in the ACSI Speech Meets for both Elementary and Middle School. Our students will be able to participate in the ACSI Art Contest and Math Olympics.
Class mission projects provide students with the opportunity to serve their community and the people in them. One class will be collecting food for the Elk Grove Food Closet. First grade students are collecting socks for homeless students who attend the Mustard Seed School in Sacramento. Other classes will be making blankets for Project Linus, as well as working a day for the Ronald McDonald House and many more. As you can see, we have a variety of activities for the students to be involved with. What a great opportunity for our students and families to serve God by helping others.
Our offerings from chapel this year are going to three benevolences. God’s Hidden Treasure, a mission in the Ukraine which provides wheelchairs and school for children. We will also give to Courage Worldwide who provides housing and schooling for girls who have been rescued from human trafficking. Our third benevolence is the Mustard Seed School.
Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or would like to tour our campus.
In His Service,
LaVonne Monroe, Principal