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Immanuel Lutheran Church and School

4650 Sunview Dr.Loveland, CO 80538
Phone: 970-667-7606Email: schooloffice@immanuelloveland.orgWebsite: Visit Website Google Map

"Offering Preschool through 8th grade.

Our Terrific 3's class is a child's first introduction to preschool. We focus on socialization, sharing, and getting along with others. We work to develop fine motor skills, have a joyful outlook on school, and a love of Jesus. The class meets two days a week on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8:15–10:45 a.m. Children must be 3 years old prior to September 15th.


Our Fantastic 4's class learns about shapes, numbers, and will be exposed to the alphabet through fun and hands-on learning. We will prepare for Kindergarten by practicing our listening skills, extending our attention span, and developing our fine motor skills. The class meets three days a week on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 8:15–10:45 a.m. Children must be 4 years old prior to September 15th.


Our Fabulous 5's class is an expansion of the 4-year-old class. Children in this class cover all the same topics, but with more in-depth activities and more hands-on experiences, along with further exploration of letters and numbers. The class meets four days a week, Monday through Thursday. Class is from 12:30–3:00 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday and from 11:45 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday. Children must be 5 years old prior to September 15th and/or have attended preschool before. Admission to the Fabulous 5's will be determined by the director.


Immanuel has a multi-grade classroom format. Multi-level classrooms have many benefits both socially and academically. Socially, younger children will look to older students for guidance while the older students organically learn about mentoring, leadership, and collaboration. In addition, students in a multi-grade classroom tend to be less competitive with one another and more cooperative in their learning and behaviors. Academically, this structure allows students to excel while learning at their developmental level.


Mission Statement

Immanuel Lutheran School seeks to be distinctly Christian while empowering our students to be life-long learners and leaders who impact the world for Jesus Christ.

Distinctly Christian.

At Immanuel, we teach the Bible as the infallible, inerrant, and fully-inspired word of God. We believe that Christ alone saves us from our sins by faith through grace. We are blessed to share God’s love with each student and family who walks through our doors. Teachers look for opportunities to talk about God’s law and Gospel throughout the day, not just during Bible classes. Our students learn how much God loves them through weekly chapel services, daily Bible study, and conversations about God’s provision for His people.

Empowering Learners.

Teachers experience one of education’s greatest joys when they see a concept “click” in the mind of a child. While gaining knowledge has value, true value lies in knowing what to do with the acquired information. We place a high value on helping our students to gain wisdom. Students learn how to analyze, collaborate, and question as new information is presented to them. At Immanuel we strive to help students learn how to pursue wisdom, stand confidently in their beliefs, and lead others to God’s truth.

Impacting the World.

Integrated, thematic curriculum makes learning fun and meaningful. Second Step social-emotional learning curriculum leads students in their abilities to get along with peers and developing strong social skills. Handwriting Without Tears activities advance all areas of motor development, in addition to growth in letter and number recognition and formation.

Immanuel Lutheran School seeks to be distinctly Christian while empowering our students to be life-long learners and leaders who impact the world for Jesus Christ. In addition to core subjects such as mathematics, science, and social studies/History, Immanuel Lutheran School offers instruction in Bible, technology with iPads and Chromebooks, music, art, physical education, and library courses for all elementary school students. Students are also engaged in reading, writing including cursive, spelling, and grammar skills on a daily basis.



Business Review

Our two children are going through the preschool program back-to-back and we couldn’t be more pleased with their experience at Immanuel. They have a fantastic teacher and the staff is so caring. We are grateful we found a school that they enjoy so much. They come home so happy every day AND there is childcare they can go to for the days I can’t pick them up right away. The childcare staff is like family too. Love this place.

What I love about Immanuel Lutheran School is they ensure our kids come first in safety, love, compassion, academics, and most of all - teaching them about Christ.

-Lauren


I love being able to teach the children about Jesus. I love being able to share with the children how much Jesus loves them, forgives them, and is always with them. I also love how it feels like one big family here. The older students help the younger ones. The younger students look up to the older kids. All the teachers help, discipline, teach, and love all the students, not just the ones in their own classes.

- Lisa


What I love about Immanuel Lutheran School is that as my children graduated and moved on to high school, their teachers would comment that they are very mature, well-rounded students who were academically advanced! I would not be blessed with the same children without the love, support and Christian influence of the faculty and staff at Immanuel!

- Cheryl