Founded in 1995, Sola Fide Lutheran School (Latin for "by faith alone") is a private elementary Christian school, providing students with an opportunity to develop individually in a multi-grade classroom environment where small class sizes, certified teachers, and a family atmosphere center around Christ and academic excellence. Parents send their children here with the knowledge they are in a safe environment where teachers know their child, their needs, and how to encourage them. It is a place where children love to learn. Sola Fide maintains high academic standards by currently averaging only 11-15 students per classroom. Parents send their children to our school knowing that each student gets the attention and nurturing they deserve. Our school is accredited by the National Private Schools Accreditation Alliance. Even though our classes are small, we are part of the second largest private school system in the United States (WELS). We use a mix of publishers such as NPH ChristLight, Saxon, Houghton Mifflin, Scott Foresman, McMillan McGraw, Modern Curriculum Press, and Prentice Hall. We test our students at the beginning of the school year using the Terra Nova standardized test, a nationally recognized test used throughout the country, so that we may better evaluate each student's level and teach accordingly. Multiple Grades Per ClassroomFamily-Like AtmosphereChristian Doctrine
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