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Mission, Vision, and Values

MISSION STATEMENT

Our mission is simple.  Lead children to Love Jesus. Love Learning. Love Others.

 

“We love because he loved us first.” – John 4:19

 

VISION STATEMENT

Our vision is to lead students to develop an eternal relationship with Jesus, to become passionate life-long learners, and to demonstrate leadership in service and care to others.

 

CORE VALUES

Christ-Centered    |   Mission-minded    |    Disciple developing    |    Academically strong    |    Relational

   

LOVE JESUS.

Knowing Jesus Christ as a loving Savior and recognizing the importance of forgiveness and grace for all is the most important life lesson we can pass on to our students.  Learn more about Spiritual Life and Statement of Faith here.

 

LOVE LEARNING.

  • We know play is vital to a child’s development. We partnered with The University of Texas for 32 years to research the benefits of play.  Our three age-appropriate state-of-the-art playgrounds attest to that belief.
  • Academic rigors are essential to student success in the 21st century.
  • Daily physical education stimulates the brain and positively affects life-long health and well-being.  The American Diabetes Association finds that less than 4% of elementary students have daily physical education.
  • Music is fundamental to children’s growth and development.  Music helps develop higher thinking skills, better coordination, and improves children’s ability to work with math and science.   Our elementary students have music classes twice a week, as well as choir instruction.  Band and choir electives are also offered in middle school.
  • Reading is a readiness issue.  Children will blossom when they are ready to learn, and together with our reading resource teacher, we work with students at their various stages of development. 
  • Spanish is a necessary language in Texas.  Age-appropriate Spanish curriculum begins with our 2-year-olds and culminates with a High School Spanish I credit when they complete 8th
  • Competition is good for boys and girls to prepare them for life. Our students have the opportunity to participate in athletic, academic, and fine arts competitions.
  • Education should be experiential.  We bring the world to our students through interactive participation through SMART Boards in all rooms.  Our students go out into the world to learn by taking field trips, including overnight trips in 5th-8th
  • Environmental education is a fundamental component of our science curriculum. Our nationally recognized nature gardens provide children a hands-on opportunity to care for and respect the environment.  

 

LOVE OTHERS.

Respect and care for others is an attribute we aspire to develop in each student.  Opportunities for children to learn and practice caring for others are integrally woven throughout a child’s time at Redeemer Lutheran School.   We encourage regular donations to charities supporting a variety of needs and support activities such as growing herbs for the Meals on Wheels Program, working with the school for the blind, and connecting with the Fikisha Street Ministry in Kenya.

 

THEME FOR 2016-2017: RESCUED

"I trust your love, and I feel like celebrating because you rescued me." Psalm 13:5 

 

THEME FOR 2015-2106:  UNITY

"...live a life worthy of the calling you have received. Be humble; be patient, bearing with one another in love. Make every effort to keep the unity of the Spirit through the bond of peace." Ephesians 4:1-3

 

NOTICE OF NONDISCRIMINATION CLAUSE

Redeemer Lutheran School is a ministry of Redeemer Lutheran Church providing Christian education to students and their families. Redeemer Lutheran School admits  students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to the students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin, in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan program and athletic and other school-administered programs.