Grace Lutheran School was organized in 1911 under Pastor E. Zucker. School sessions were held in a wing of Grace Lutheran Church until 1916 when the school had to close because of the lack of children. In 1948 the Grace Lutheran Church congregation decided to re-open a school beginning with a simple Kindergarten class. Grace is a member of the Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod and part of the largest protestant school system in the United States.
- To provide our students with a Christ-centered education that will nurture them in the knowledge of Jesus Christ, strengthen their faith, and prepare them for lives of Christian faith and service.
- To offer small class sizes with more attention placed on each student, an excellent music and arts program. Prayer and religion are part of our daily curriculum and weekly chapel is lead by Association pastors and youth directors.
- To assist parents in their Christian responsibility of bringing up their children, and work hard to foster a positive relationship between church, home, and school. We encourage parents to be an active part of their children’s learning experience.
Our Associations & Accreditation
Grace Lutheran School is accredited by the National Lutheran School Accreditation and the ND Institute of Public Instruction.
We operate as part of the Red River Lutheran School Association. We educate students in Pre-Kindergarten through Eighth Grade.