St. Paul's Lutheran School is part of the largest Protestant Christian school system in the United States. Lutheran schools in the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod (LCMS) have provided a proven program of education for over 200 years. Lutheran Schools in the LCMS currently serve over 255,000 students nationwide in nearly 2,500 preschools, elementary & middle schools, high schools and college & universities .
The Orange County Lutheran Schools Association explains why Lutheran Schools make a difference:
Nurture Your Faith
Reliable statistical research from a study of people who attended Lutheran schools indicates that they:
- Report more frequent experiences with God in their personal lives
- Grow in grace and knowledge
- Communicate a foundation of Christian values
- Engage in a fuller devotional life
- Have a greater awareness of the Lord in their life
Embrace Academic Excellence
- Lutheran school students test over 22% higher than the national average on standardized achievement tests
- Average SAT/ACT test scores of students attending Lutheran high schools are well above the national average.
- Students in Lutheran schools at every grade level, and especially middle school and high school, have more developmental assets than students in public schools, according to Search Institute.
We Are a Community
- The Lutheran school system reaches almost 255,000 students nation-wide
- Outstanding teachers encourage student growth and communication
- We are a community of like-minded parents and students encouraging one another