Testing. Our school administers the Iowa Assessments testing program to students in Grades 3-8; students at St. John's consistently score above the national average. 

ACADEMICS and TESTING

Learning and Instruction at St. John’s:

  • are faith-based

  • enable students to be active in their learning

  • recognize and celebrate individual differences and creativity

  • encourage growth of the whole child

  • create a collaborative process among teachers, students, families, and the community

  • focus on both content and skills

 

Students attending St. John's consistently score above the national average in standardized testing. Our 8th grade graduates are readily accepted into Lutheran High School South and all local high schools, often moving right into various honors and Advanced Placement classes.

 

We are committed to an excellent education for your child. Our curriculum not only meets national and Missouri guidelines, but it also provides students with a Christian education that prepares them to live complete lives of service to God and others.

Religious Life. Students attend religion classes, participate in daily classroom devotions and prayers, and attend weekly chapels. The religion curriculum is based on Lutheran teachings, but families of other Christian churches find that St. John’s provides great support to raise their children in the Christian faith.

Textbooks and other learning materials are chosen to support our curriculum goals on the basis of their educational value. When there is disharmony between Biblical teaching and the textbook, teachers at St. John’s are trained to handle the difference in line with our school’s mission.