Welcome to Green Park Lutheran SchoolI trust that during your exploration of ourschool you experience the vibrant educational community that makes us so special. We recognize that choosing a school for your child is one of the most important decisions you will make for your family.PRAY • LOVE • GROWThose words are not just our motto but also a true reflection of who and what we are at Green Park Lutheran School. We are more than a school. We are a community of learners focusing on learning and living for Christ as well as others. While our academic achievement is high, we don’t neglect teaching and nurturing the “whole child.” By addressing the academic, social and spiritual needs of children we are faithfully equipping the next generation strong in mindy, body and faith.St. Louis is rich in educational opportunities. We have strong public and private elementary schools. The challenge is not finding a good school; the challenge is finding the best fit for your family.Green Park is a workshop where students, parents and teachers work together to glorify Christ. A place where students we serve grow in mind, body and soul. Our program is geared toward faithfully equipping the next generation. For us, this means integration of technology and the best teachers we can find.I invite you to contact the school office to learn more about how you can be part of our Green Park family. Our site will give you lots of valuable information, a personal visit will demonstrate how we pray, love and grow in our school community.Blessings,Gary Spieler, Principal Green Park Lutheran School promotes the Gospel of Jesus Christ by providing a Christian education through academic excellence. Our purpose is to teach the fundamentals of the Christian fauth, leading children into a personal relationship with Jesus and elementary subjects which follow the accepted standards of education in the State of Missouri; to create a forgiving/nurturing environment where spiritual, educational, and social activities enable the learner to grow and mature in a faith relationship with God, with people, and with God’s creation; and to provide a program of education that stimulates growth in knowledge, attitude, and behavior, so that the learner will gain knowledge of God, himself, other people, and the world. This is learned primarily from Scripture, from life experiences, and from historical and scientific research. With the Holy Spirit’s guidance, the learner will gain a proper understanding of Scripture and develop a positive outlook. This will lead to a life of service, which pleases God and benefits society.