No. Our Savior Lutheran School was founded in 1946 as a mission of Our Savior Lutheran Church. Its mission was to provide a quality Christian education to families in the church and in the surrounding community.
Today, our mission remains the same and our surrounding community encompasses the Houston metropolitan area. Our diverse student population is roughly split 50/50 between families that are church members and families that are not.
All children attend weekly chapel, daily devotion, and daily study of the Holy Scriptures. They learn by heart the basic teachings and doctrines of the Christian faith as presented in the Small Catechism of Dr. Martin Luther. These include:
- Ten Commandments
- The Lord's Prayer
- The Apostle's Creed
- The Office of the Keys
- The Sacrament of Holy Communion
- Sacrament of Holy Baptism.
Our faculty members are confessing Christians and pledge their assent to the Augsburg Confession. They routinely share Christ's love and Gospel with our students. We believe this is a critical aspect of what our teachers do every day at Our Savior.