Many Christian schools have used the term that “Christ is the Core” using an apple as a symbol. At Concordia, Christ is the WHOLE APPLE! From the moment that you are greeted at the door with a smile and love until the last bell of the day, you know that Jesus Christ loves you and so do we. We believe that being a Christian school is more than just having religion classes. It’s how you treat your classmates with love and respect all day long.
There are so many extracurricular activities at Concordia for 4th-8th grade. Volleyball, basketball, soccer, cross country, tennis, golf, track and field and fencing provide numerous opportunities for your student to be active and involved.
Every family that sends their child to our school knows that their child will be loved. We know our parents and include them in the educational process of their children. We know the activities that our students are involved in and we are their cheerleaders.
In a day and age where schools are dropping many of the fine arts, we have made it a priority. Concordia offers music, band, choir, drama, art and Spanish. We are a 1:1 technology school as every student in grades 3-8 have their own Chromebook. God has created each one of us in a unique way. We want to bring out the best in each child.
Every year we are told that “Concordia students are so well prepared for high school.” Every year you will find alumni from Concordia representing their class in high school as the valedictorian or salutatorian. Concordia’s students will be equipped for any high school they attend.
Our Mission is to provide a Christ centered high academic education for preschool through 8th grade students.
OUR PURPOSE STATEMENT
Concordia nurtures and maintains an active partnership between parents and teachers to develop each child’s God given talents. The school promotes a rigorous curriculum and integrates state-of-the-art technology in a safe and caring environment. Concordia fosters Christian character and supports mission projects within the community and around the world.
What Parents Are Saying
My Concordia Story
My daughter, Danielle, started Concordia in the third grade before the building was built that exists today. She had been in public school before, and the difference was overwhelming.