Immanuel Lutheran School exists as an integral part of Immanuel Lutheran Church to assist parents in their God-given task of training their children spiritually, mentally, and physically. Immanuel Lutheran School is a Christian day school, with the purpose of making disciples for Christ. It is one means by which the congregation seeks to fulfill its Christian mission to all the children with whom it has contact. Immanuel Lutheran School believes that, as a Lutheran School of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, no education is complete unless it satisfies the spiritual, academic, social, and emotional needs of its students and should assist parents in the God-given task of raising their children. Immanuel Lutheran School follows the call of Lord, "Teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you". In doing so, God becomes the focal point of all aspects of education, while providing instruction and guidance in all academic subjects.
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