Salem Lutheran School announced that final plans for adding eighth grade to the current Jk-seventh grade program has been completed. Salem introduced seventh grade in September 2015. The rigorous seventh grade program was designed to not only prepare the students for high school, but for college as well. With this in mind, Salem wanted to continue offering a challenging academic standard that promotes 21st century instruction. In general, eighth grade will be considered the foundation for their spiritual and academic professional careers at Salem Lutheran School.
At Salem, education is considered complete only if it includes top-level academics together with classes stressing good citizenship, strong moral values and examples of ethical behavior in the context of Christian teachings.
“Our teachers’ goals and our parents’ goals are one and the same,” said Ghada Huleis who has served as Salem’s principal for 18 years. “We are here to support parents who want their children to grow into well-balanced adults who value achievement, service to others in need and compassion towards all.”
Glendale’s Salem Lutheran School is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, National Blue Ribbon School, won the Glendale News Press Best of Glendale School Award 2014, the Principal of the Year award by Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, National Distinguished Principal award presented by National Association of Elementary School Principals.
For information visit www.salemlutheranglendaleschool.org or contact the school at (818) 243-8264 or email@example.com.