Cross and Crown

History

Our Timeline

1972
1972
Cross and Crown Lutheran Church opens its doors to preschoolers under the name Little Friends Preschool.
1984
1984
With a well-established emphasis on early childhood development, Little Friends Preschool expands to include Kindergarten.
1986
1986
Little Friends Preschool’s name changes to Cross and Crown Lutheran School (CCLS) to accommodate the growth of an elementary school.
1986 - 1997
1986 - 1997

CCLS continues to grow, and by 1997, a full Middle School was established.

1997 - 2008
1997 - 2008

CCLS operates as a Preschool – 8th grade.

2008
2008

CCLS restructures after leadership changes.

2009 - 2023
2009 - 2023
CCLS returns to its roots as a Preschool through 6th Grade.
2024
2024
CCLS introduces a STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) approach to our curriculum for Preschool through 5th Grade students.
Throughout Cross and Crown’s history, we have felt God’s hand guiding our efforts. We believe it is God’s will that Cross and Crown Lutheran School continue to serve families in this community who desire a solid Christian education for their children. Our goal is to continue to grow by offering a quality Christian education to our students, and we are moving forward in faith toward that vision.

Educational Philosophy

Sharing the Gospel of Jesus Christ within a comprehensive academic environment, CCLS is where teachers, parents, and students work together. We prepare our students with the skills and knowledge necessary to prepare them for leadership in our ever-changing world. Through individual attention and small class sizes, our experienced, credentialed educators are committed to developing responsible Christian citizens by teaching core subjects and a fine arts curriculum according to the STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Math) educational approach.

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