Lutheran schools and education have been a tradition in The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod (LCMS) since 1847. Today the LCMS operates the largest Protestant school system in the United States and educates over 250,000 students each year. St. John’s Lutheran School was established in 1848 and is one of 2,068 preschools, elementary, and high schools in the LCMS school ministry.
In addition to our heritage and traditions, Lutheran schools offer an excellent Christian and academic education. And Lutheran schools regularly rank in first or second in each of eight categories rated in the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), also known as the "Nation's Report Card". When compared to public schools, charter schools, and other large school systems, the system of Lutheran grade schools and high schools was ranked the best academic system.
Additionally, a new report released by ACT shows that private school students are significantly more ready for college than students who attend public schools.
St. John’s Lutheran School is proud to be a part of the LCMS commitment to quality Christ-centered education.