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Faith Lutheran School offers a sound education, permeated by the Good News of Jesus the Savior, for children in preschool through eighth grade.   


We pray that we will have an opportunity to assist you in the all-important work of instructing your children in the wisdom of this world as well as sharing with them the grace of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. We have adopted an admissions policy that opens the school to families who understand and are supportive of our philosophy, objectives, and standards of education, and whose children meet our enrollment standards. Our purpose is to serve families who desire not simply a private education, but a distinctively Lutheran education for their children. 


Before applying for admission to our school, please read the School Handbook provided on our school website, which will introduce you to many of the school’s policies, procedures, and expectations. It also explains our religious purpose, mission, and beliefs. 


At Faith Lutheran, we strive to offer the best possible education.  Small class sizes, individual attention, and a safe family atmosphere make our school a very fine place for your child to grow and learn.  Far more important, however, is the fact that your children will daily hear the message of God’s love for them and for others.  Not only is God’s Word allowed in our school, it is a vital part in all of the classes, in all of the necessary discipline of growing Christian boys and girls, and in all of the goals that we have established for the school as a mission of Faith Lutheran Church.  


Please call us today 253-537-2696 or email office@faithtacoma.com to schedule a school tour!  

We would love to get to know you and show you what our School is all about!

  • FLS Mission Statement

    Equipping Children with the Power of God's Word and Academic Excellence



    Faith Lutheran School is part of the Wisconsin Lutheran Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS). WELS has supported Lutheran education for over 150 years, and its schools represent the nation's 4th largest private school system.