From the Principal

Welcome to Good Shepherd Lutheran School! It is my pleasure and opportunity to greet you in His name.

This is our 33rd year in offering a “Quality Christ-Centered Education”, centered in Christ. Our student body is over 320 students in preschool through 8th grade, while serving 18 communities. These students will have the opportunity to hear the grace, love and forgiveness of our Lord Jesus Christ from quality, caring Christian teachers.

GSLS has a staff of over 30 teachers who are committed to providing a quality Christian education with emphasis of a Christ-centered environment. In addition to the regular curricular areas, our students also benefit from instruction in STEM, Jr. FLL, FLL Leagues, Art, German, Spanish, Latin, Technology, Physical Education, Pee Wee basketball, Music – band, choir, and piano & string lessons – and a resource teacher. We also provide opportunities with interscholastic sports in cross country, volleyball, baseball, basketball, cheer-leading, and track.

As we experience our 32nd school year, the theme “Heart of Our Hero”, is based on John 15:12-13.  Christ is our Hero as he sacrificed His life for our sins. As we begin this year, may we always give praise and honor to our God!

Good Shepherd’s mission is to provide each student with a quality Christian education. We recognize that this begins with the premise that Jesus Christ is our Lord and Savior and in Him we have eternal life. The curriculum and all activities are developed around this premise.

We believe Good Shepherd Lutheran School is a great place to grow in knowledge and understanding, in skills for living, in getting along, in developing our God-given abilities and most importantly in our faith and life with Jesus. GSLS also serves families in various ways and helps parents carry out their parental responsibilities in Christian education. Partnership in education is a must as we strive to serve our school families.

We look forward to carrying out our mission with each family as we partner together.

Serving Him,

Robert Mayhew
Principal