Our History

1878 - The school actually began with the founding of Concordia College.

1892 - The college came under the control of the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod.

1894 - Concordia Lutheran Church took over the education of grades 1-8.

1935 - Concordia College was closed after a fire destroyed the building, but the Elementary School remained open.

1958 - The school moved in to the old church gym with enrollment fluctuating from 80-110.

1987 - Our school age summer day camp program opened to the community.

1996 - The church constructed the school's current location. Enrollment climbed to 230 students.

1996 - Started our Preschool Program, with a Pre-Kindergarten four year old class.

1997 - Our preschool Summer Day Camp was added along with the Preschool Three Year Old class as an additional service to the community.

2007 - The Middle School and Youth Center addition was added to the school.

2009 - University Christian High School was started on Concordia Campus with 8 students and moved to St. Andrews in 2011.

2010 - The school was honored as an Exemplary Lutheran School by the National Lutheran School Accreditation Leadership. Concordia was one of five schools recognized out of over 2,500 Lutheran schools in the United States.

2012 - Middle School 1:1 Technology program with iPads.

2013 - Launched the school’s STEM program as an afterschool enrichment.

2018 - Installed a new preschool playground set.

2019 - Installed Smart Boards in all the classrooms. 

2020 -  Became a 1:1 device school for K-8th Grade. 

2021-  Upgraded the school's network by installing fiber internet.

What Parents Are Saying

“Concordia has been a blessing to our lives. I send my kids to school knowing that they are loved while they are there. They are not only receiving academic enrichment but spiritual enrichment as well.”

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. 
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