Immanuel offers single-graded classrooms in PK3 – 8th grade. Teachers and staff are attuned to special concerns and communicate easily with parents so that the students’ needs are met. Students are motivated to achieve their full potential as they grow in knowledge and spirit.
Our early childhood program cares for children from age 3 – 5. Our preschool is an excellent beginning for a child’s educational journey. Activities are developmentally appropriate and children are actively engaged in discovering new ideas, concepts, and skills.
The elementary school program is designed to enable success for every student. Immanuel strives for excellence and guides children as they progress each year.
Immanuel’s middle school program prepares students for entering high school. The schedule allows students to develop independent study skills and manage time wisely. The middle school students pledge to behave in a responsible manner by respecting others and practicing honesty, forgiveness, and perseverance.
Average class size for grades K – 8 is 22. In grades K – 3, classes of 21 – 25 have a teacher’s assistant. Every subject required by Tennessee Department of Education is taught and Immanuel is fully accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools and National Lutheran School Accreditation.
Yearly, students in K – 8 participate in testing using the Stanford Achievement Test to help determine their academic growth. On average, Immanuel’s students score in the top 25% (well above average).
Beyond state-required subjects, Immanuel students participate in Biblically-based religious instruction and weekly chapel services. Physical education, art, music, library, computer, and recess are included in every student’s schedule.
Immanuel Lutheran School admits students of any race, color, or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students of the school. It does not discriminate in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, athletic programs, or other school administrated programs.