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Our comprehensive curriculum opens our students’ minds to the wonders of God’s created world of language, mathematics, science, history and art.
In a world full of moral laxity, our school is guided by the enduring principles of God’s eternal Word. Students are taught the solid moral values found in the Holy Scriptures.
Our low student to teacher ratios enable our teachers to give students the one-on-one attention they so often need and deserve. Your child won’t be just another number.
Computers are available to every student, as we teach the children to use the gifts of our modern world in a God-pleasing and productive way.
Students can be involved in numerous extra-curricular activities, including public speaking competitions, art fairs, science fairs, spelling and math competitions, and dramatic productions.
A full array of sports are offered, including softball, soccer, basketball and track.
"A great school if you want that personal touch. It is like a family
here; everyone knows everyone, small kids know big kids, teachers
know children of other classes. … Teachers are in open
communication with parents. Everyone works together for the
benefit of the children. Safety and loving discipline is apparent and
works in this school. … Christianity is shared throughout the entire curriculum. Teachers show a genuine love and caring for their students,
which is nice and unique."
6218 Capulina Avenue
Morton Grove, Illinois 60053
Back to School Night
Thursday, August 15th 7:00 PM
K-8th Grade Registration
Sunday, August 18th 2:00 PM
First Day of School/Cookout
Wednesday, August 21st
No School - Labor Day
Monday, September 2nd
K-8th Grade Progress Reports
Friday, September 20th
Saturday, October 5th
No School - Columbus Day
Monday, October 14th
K-8th Grade Teacher/Parent Conferences
Thursday, October 17th
Half Day for Conferences
Friday, October 18th
Wednesday, October 23rd 6:00 PM
No School - Teachers' Conference
Thursday and Friday, October 24th and 25th
Monday, October 28th