Redeemer Lutheran School opened its doors in 1961 to 17 students in grades one through three, followed by grades four through six the next year. From the start, students came from varied religious and cultural backgrounds.
As the school grew, more space was needed. In the mid-1980’s, the addition of six new classrooms through a church building campaign was completed. Through the years, the school has seen many changes. Consistently, the school has maintained high academic standards, and a quality Christian education.
A rich curriculum, including art, library, music, and physical education were always part of the school day. Foreign language, instrumental music and computer were added to further supplement students’ school experience. Students at Redeemer have been offered many opportunities to participate in extra-curricular activities such as sports, and choir.
Redeemer continues to succeed due to the commitment and support of teachers, church members, and of course, parents. Over the years, the Parent Teacher League has provided playground equipment, technology, enrichment experiences and direct support of classroom teachers and students.