The mission of Faith Lutheran Church & School is to proclaim the Gospel to all people so they may know and trust in Jesus as their Savior for eternal life, grow in knowledge and faith, and show this faith in their daily lives.
In 1965, the members of Faith Lutheran Church opened serving 75 students from three to five years of age. For ten years Faith offered preschool and kindergarten only. In 1976 twenty-five students in grades 1-6 and 75 preschoolers started at the current location. The school added new grades and students each year, surpassing 200 students in elementary and middle school grades by 1987.
Throughout our history of over five decades, Faith Lutheran has been committed to strong academics, a close-knit community where each child is known, and a Biblical Christ-centered focus. Maintaining this commitment, while embracing innovation, has allowed Faith Lutheran School to remain a vibrant choice for parents in Lake county for over half of a century.
School of choice for parents in Lake county for over a half a century.
Teacher assistants in pre-kindergarten through second grade
Students are grouped by ability for reading and math in Elementary school
Almost half of the faculty have advanced degrees
State-of-the-art technology: 3 mobile labs, wireless campus, and interactive classroom technology
12 competitive middle school sports teams in the Central Florida Lutheran Athletic Association (CFLAA) and Tri-County Christian Athletic League (TCCL)
Faith is accredited by the National Lutheran School Accreditation. National Lutheran School Accreditation (NLSA) encourages and recognizes Lutheran schools that provide quality Christian education and engage in continuous improvement. It is completely voluntary and is available for every school operated by a single congregation, by an association of congregations, or by a Recognized Service Organization of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod or the Lutheran Church—Canada.
NLSA serves a variety of levels of schools; early childhood, elementary and high schools and all combinations of the aforementioned. It helps Lutheran schools evaluate their academic quality and the spiritual dimension of the school. The standards and report forms are similar to other accrediting processes, both secular and religious.