Why We Learn

We believe that the Old and New Testaments of the Holy Scriptures are the inspired Word of God which proclaims that Jesus Christ, God’s Son, earned the forgiveness of sins for all humankind and that those who trust in his perfect life, sacrificial death, and victorious resurrection from the dead. As God’s truth to humankind, the Holy Scriptures are also the authoritative guide for Christian living. We place the Bible at the center of our curriculum and activities. The Bible is taught as a regular subject each day and all other subjects are taught from a Scriptural viewpoint. The love of God in Christ is the standard and motivation for conducting all relationships and nurturing the students’ faith in Jesus Christ as their personal Savior from sin is the way to prepare students for a God - pleasing life here and eternal life with Him in heaven.



Objectives of Siloah Lutheran School

 

  • To share with all students the message of eternal salvation through faith in Jesus Christ, our Savior from sin.

  • To develop biblical literacy in all students.

  • To model, teach, and encourage a distinctively Christian worldview and the way in which the Christian faith is lived.

  • To deliver an excellent elementary school education that pushes students to perform above their grade level in all subjects and prepares them for success in higher education.

  • To foster in students the practice of aiming for high goals for themselves and for any organization in which they participate.