Why Choose Pilgrim

Philosophy of Christian Education

The Lord has asked us to bring up our children in Him (Eph. 6:4): to make disciples and teach all nations (Matt. 28:19-20); to teach His Word diligently (Deut. 6:6-8); and to grow in grace and knowledge of Him (2 Peter 3:18).

We as members of Pilgrim Lutheran Church, take these commands seriously and promote various educational agencies which comply to the commands of the Lord.  This is why we are "Educating children with the foundation and love of Jesus Christ."

We believe that Christian education is a part of the church's mission to fulfill the Lord's commands. The agencies of Christian education bring people to a distinctive relationship with their God and His Word. This relationship enables the children to become witnesses for Christ in their lives.

We further believe that the Christian Day School provides the most effective means of nurturing the whole child since it provides:

It is further the purpose of Christian education to guide the total growth and development of each child of God. This will be accomplished through educational achievement, intellectual development, social interaction, spiritual nurturing and guidance. By these means we expect to provide well-adjusted members of the Christian church, the community and our nation.

Pilgrim Lutheran School's excellence and commitment to Christ-centered education is recognized by the National Lutheran School Accreditation Commission.

Please visit us and experience the commitment of both the Pilgrim congregation and our professional educators to minister to children. We'd be honored to be entrusted with the instruction and spiritual development of your child.


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