Academic Excellence

Faith Lutheran is accredited by the Northwest Association of Accredited Schools (since 1984) and through National Lutheran Schools Accreditation (since 2004). We have earned the distinction of "Exemplary School Status" through the National Lutheran Schools Accreditation for the 2012-2013 school year. Faith is operated as an exempt school under the provision of NRS 394.211 and as such is exempt from the provisions of the Private Elementary and Secondary Authorization Act. Faith Lutheran offers a demanding curriculum designed to prepare students for success at the college level. Honors level courses challenge students who wish to pursue the most demanding academic load. In high school, Advanced Placement courses offer students the opportunity to earn college credit or have introductory courses waived at the university level. In recent years, 97% of our high school graduates enrolled in college and alum can be found at some of the nation’s finest colleges and universities.

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RESOURCE

The Student Resource Program is designed to serve the needs of our diverse student body. The Resource Program offers academic support services to students with diagnosed learning disabilities and those who have a documented need for educational support. The Student Resource Coordinator serves as an advocate for students and their parents, as well as a resource for the Faith Lutheran faculty and staff.
 
Students applying for the Resource Program must meet the same admissions standards as all other incoming students. There is a per-semester fee for students enrolled in Resource.
 
Enrollment in the Resource Program is limited, but does offer students, who choose to apply themselves, an opportunity for a Christian education while providing them with individual academic support. Our Student Resource Coordinator, in consultation with the school administration, will determine student’s eligibility for the program. Class size limitations may mean that not all applicants will be admitted.
 
Accommodations are designed for each student in the program through the development of a 504 Plan. It is our goal to have students become self-advocating, independent learners.
“We were born to succeed, not to fail.”
- Henry David Thoreau

Faculty

List of 4 members.

  • Daniel Smith 

  • Heidi Dalbec 

    resource teacher
  • Anna Orr 

  • Michelle Moore 

    Teachers Assistant