Home School School Mission

Our Mission Statement

milford oh christian schoolConnecting students with Jesus while providing excellence in education.

To assist and serve parents with their God given task of bringing up a child in the way they should go (Ephesians 6:4, Proverbs 22:6); and to assist St. Mark's Evangelical Lutheran Church in fulfilling our Lord's Commission "Go and make disciples of all nations" (Matthew 28:19)...

St. Mark's Evangelical Lutheran School will provide training, wisdom and the grace of God for children as we seek their growth to maturity and their incorporation into the kingdom of God.

Philosophy & Objectives

We believe that each student is a gift from God. In considering the worth of the individual student, we pursue the development of the intellectual, physical, emotional, and social dimensions. We also assist students in developing and strengthening their spiritual and moral capabilities.

We believe that parents have a Christian responsibility for their child’s education and spiritual well being. They must be acknowledged as the first and foremost educators of their children. We believe that faculty and staff should work as partners with parents in this endeavor.

church milford ohWe believe that students learn best through their own discoveries, cooperative learning, experiments, questioning, sharing, speaking, and listening. This can be accomplished through planned activities and the uses of many different manipulatives and resources.

We are committed to create a Christian atmosphere, to lead our students to assume responsibility in the home, school and the community in which they live. We obtain this through love and respect for God, self, and others.

 

St. Mark’s Lutheran School will provide teaching, learning, and other educational experiences to enable children:

1. To demonstrate an understanding of the Bible.

2. To apply basic Lutheran doctrine to their daily lives.

3. To comprehend the basic academic skills to their fullest potential through various teaching styles.

4. To utilize basic self-discipline

5. To attend church and Sunday School on a regular basis.

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