More about Prince of Peace...
Established over two decades ago, Prince of Peace Lutheran School's goal is to nurture its children and reach out to the community with a Christ-centered, quality education while assisting parents in the spiritual, academic, social and physical training of their children.
With the Word of God at the center of our curriculum and student life, the children attending Prince of Peace come away with an understanding that Jesus is their only way to heaven.
At Prince of Peace, we offer:
- kindergarten through eighth grade.
- preschool in a half-day, academic setting.
- extended care (which runs 7:10 AM - 5:30 PM).
- teachers that have a minimum of a Bachelor's Degree in Elementary Education.
- a Christ-centered, nurturing atmosphere for all children.
- clear behavioral expectations and follow-up based on Law and Gospel.
- a purposeful family-centered community and outlook.
- the message of Our Savior according to the Bible.
- a school for all children in the Valley.*
If you or your child are struggling with their current school - for whatever reason - come in and have a look at Prince of Peace for yourselves! We are very different from the other schools in the Salt Lake City area, and we would love to show you the ways inwhich we stand out.
- To teach students God’s Word and show how to apply it in their lives
- To provide academic excellence in teaching basic elementary and junior high school curriculum
- To provide children with a Christian school community, a place in which words and actions reflect a belief in God’s love for all people
- To provide a rich devotional life centered in God’s Word
- To teach and encourage children to share their faith with others
- To teach children to live as a Christian in all their activities
- To encourage students to live as obedient citizens of their country
- To support Christian parents and home life
- To teach children to use their time, talents and treasures to glorify God in a life of faithful service
*Prince of Peace admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin, to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, athletic and other school-administered programs.