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The King of Kings Lutheran school curriculum has intentionally been built to prepare students academically and spiritually over the course of their years in attendance. Our children will be prepared for their next grade level due to the education they receive within our academic system. We use curriculum materials, both Christian and secular, from a variety of publishers that offer the best educational opportunities. The curriculum offered at King of Kings is similar to that of most elementary school. These areas of learning are:
In seventh and eighth grade, students are provided iPads to augment their learning experience. The use of iPads is incorporated into each class the students have. More information on this program can be found here.
King of Kings Lutheran School goals in the implementation of the student iPad program is to:
In keeping with the purpose of Kings of Kings Lutheran Church and School, the curriculum is based on the Word of God. The pupil has the opportunity of hearing and learning God's Word daily in all truth and purity. Our school provides opportunity all day long to come to know Jesus who is "the Way, the Truth, and the Life" in a closer and more personal way. This is the daily aim and objective of the teachers and pastors in all classes.
In the lower grades, the religious instruction chiefly consists of learning Bible stories with an application to real life situations. Instruction in the seventh and eighth-grade includes preparatory material for confirmation. At the conclusion of instruction in the eighth grade students have the option to be confirmed at King of Kings Lutheran Church. Those students that do not wish to be confirmed at King of Kings are still required to complete all the given coursework and assignments for the seventh and eighth grade religion classes. The religious instruction during those two years constitutes the religion requirement needed to graduate after eighth grade. Memorization of Bible selections, Bible stories and truths with an application to real life, the six chief parts of Luther's Small Catechism, songs and prayers is carried on in all grades.
Students in grades five through eight are invited to participate in the band program. Instrumental instruction and band rehearsal are during the school day. A band fee for the year is charged.
In music, students in grades K-2 are in the "His Kids" choir, students in grades 3-5 are in the "Sonshine Choir", and students in grades 6-8 may elect to be in the "Hosanna Choir." Students in grades 5-8 may also join the "Cross Tone" or "Royal Bells" handbell choirs. When a music group performs at an event, whether a church service or concert, all members are expected to be in attendance.
Students in fifth through eighth grade participate annually in residential outdoor education programs at Camp Omega (grades 5-6) and Camp Widjiwagan (grades 7-8). Outdoor education consist of expanded school days in intensive educational experiences utilizing the great outdoors as the primary classroom. An additional fee is assessed each participant for room, board and transportation. Like any other school day, all students are required to attend and participate.