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Information updated 2002.

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Concordia Lutheran School
7040 36th Ave. N.E.
Seattle
(206) 525-7407
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Grades P-8 : 125 students
White African American Asian American Hispanic Native American
89% 8% 3% 0% 0%

Academic highlights: Small class sizes between eight and 15 children allow teachers to spend time with each student. Enhanced feeling of community as students know and work with each other in a Christian atmosphere. Core curriculum of programs that promote early and successful reading, a strong and accelerated foundation in math and writing. A low staff turnover rate provides consistency in teaching and security for students. Annual Lutheran Elementary Schools Tournament allows students in grades 5-8 to show off their talents in math, essay, spelling, chess, basketball, cheerleading and music with children from other regional Lutheran elementary schools. Seventh-8th grades travel together to Washington D.C. for a week of learning. School-sponsored trip to Germany in conjunction with foreign-language classes for grades 7-8.

Improving student achievement: Advanced classes in mathematics. Six-Trait Writing program used in middle school. Students in grades 5-8 can participate in the Johns Hopkins Talent Search for Capable Youth. Last year, 42 percent of students scored in the 97th percentile. Small class sizes. Teachers collaborate and teach in area of expertise.

Resources include: Gymnasium, library, computer lab, playfield. Specialists teach music, foreign language.

Technology used for: Keyboarding classes for K-8th grades. Internet research. School recently purchased 15 new iBooks for middle school.

Parent/community support: Parents and students clean four-block area in Adopt-a-Street program. Active parent/teacher league; parents support numerous social/community activities.

Before/after school: Before- and after-school care available. Homework center. Religious instruction classes. Chess club. Full-time summer fun program.

Sports: Elementary (5th grade) and middle-school boys: basketball. Elementary (5th grade) and middle-school girls: basketball, volleyball. Co-ed cross country, track.

Basics

Class size
8 Average number of students in 4th-grade class
Classes < 25 100% Percentage of classes with fewer than 25 students
Multiage 80% Percentage of classes in which students of different grade levels or age groups are in the same class
Free lunch Percentage of students on subsidized lunch program in October 2002
Kindergarten Full-day Types of kindergarten offered
Volunteer time 30 Hours required per year of a two-parent family (usually lower for single-parent families)
Volunteer value $450 Dollar amount required per unworked volunteer hour for parents who choose to donate instead
Denomination 51% Percentage of students who are members of the school's sponsoring religious organization
Accreditation NASC, NLSAA Organizations that granted accreditation in addition to the state Board of Education
Compare among schools: Elementary

Tuition and Financial Aid

Tuition
$0.00 Includes registration, books and application fees, plus other regular, annual fees that all students pay
% aided 6% Percentage of students receiving financial aid
Avg. aid $1,000.00 Average amount of financial-aid package
Compare among schools: Elementary

Test Scores
Many private schools will release test scores upon request from families. Please contact the school.



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