Welcome to Emmaus Lutheran School
Welcome to the Emmaus Lutheran School website. This website is both for our current families and for our prospective families. Emmaus Lutheran School has existed since 1941,celebrating 75 years of quality education to the San Gabriel Valley community. With qualified teachers, a long-standing and well established academic program, a large and successful alumni, several programs to enhance and promote a well-rounded education, and a beautiful, six plus acre campus, Emmaus gives students a solid spiritual, academic and confident foundation that will help them become life-long learners and successful Christian adults in the 21st Century. Having two children myself, I understand the value of finding the right school for your child. I hope that you find that Emmaus Lutheran will exceed your every expectation. I would love to personally show you around our campus, and have an opportunity to tell you more about our programs. Emmaus Lutheran is a family–large enough to allow students choices, but small enough to know our students and meet our students’ individual academic, social, physical and spiritual needs. Please call me to schedule an appointment or allow me to answer your questions. [email protected] or 626) 289-3664 X105. We have translators available if needed.
Mrs. Kit Hittinger, Principal
Emmaus Lutheran’s Summer Academy and Camp
June 4-July 27, 2018
Enroll NOW to reserve your spot! Take advantage of our Early Bird Registration Offer and sign up by May 4, 2018!
Review all of the information by clicking on the link below:
Now is the time to Re-Enroll for the 2018-2019 School Year
See below for a PDF printable version of the letter and the instructions:
Emmaus will once again be hosting
July 30-August 3, 2018
(week 9 of summer, after Summer Academy and Camp has ended).
This is a separate registration and camp experience, but one that truly will be memorable to your students, grades 1-6. Palomar Christian Conference Center is the organization that our 7th and 8th graders use each year for their outdoor education week, and everyone always comes back charged and excited from their experience.
Palomar is packing up and heading your way! Launch Camp will take place at churches near you for elementary age campers. After 5 days (Monday – Friday), your campers will be energized and ready to live out the gospel! Our staff provides excellent teaching from the Word, fun camp activities, and an awesome atmosphere where your camper can grow closer to God.
You may register for this trip at any time before the start date, but you will want to secure your spot soon!
Preschool Summer School Fills Up Fast!
Here is the registration forms and information you need to reserve your spot for our preschool summer program.
June 4-July 27, 2018 Open to students going into Preschool 3 or 4 year old classes and Kindergarten.
Emmaus Lutheran School Kindergarten Information Night
Tuesday, March 20, at 6 p.m.
Come and learn all about the great things that go on in the Kindergarten classroom. Learn how your child can transition into Kindergarten smoothly, and see how to proceed through the enrollment process easily.
There is always a registration discount given to those who take the time to attend this informative meeting. Please plan to attend.
QUESTIONS? Call (626) 289-3664 X107 or X105 (the principal) for details.
Join Emmaus Lutheran for Lenten and Easter Services
February 14–Ash Wednesday Supper and Service–6p.m. supper and 7p.m. service and administering of ashes
Wednesday Night Supper and Service during Lent–6 p.m. supper and 7 p.m. short, family-friendly service
Dates: February 21, 28, March 7, 14, 21
Holy Week Services:
Maundy Thursday–March 29–7 p.m. and Good Friday–March 30–7 p.m.
Easter Sunday Services:
April 1 7:30 a.m. Communion Service and 9:00 a.m. Celebration Service (no communion)
Join us for the Easter breakfast (during morning hours) and Easter Egg Hunt (directly after 9 a.m. service)
Emmaus Lutheran School has an app for your convenience!
The Emmaus Lutheran School app will give you up to the minute information on what is happening on campus, quick and convenient access to your teachers and classroom pages, links to Gradelink and the Emmaus Google calendars, and much more.
Good in both iOS and Android format, you can download it for free!
You’ll be glad you did!
Click above to see the Escalator, the Emmaus Lutheran Church, School and Preschool newsletter. This publication highlights many of the activities across the ministry of Emmaus, and its purpose is to bond our congregation together and together, move forward and upward! Check out pictures from our recent ALL SCHOOL field trip, Renaissance Fair and 500th Reformation Celebration. Also meet this quarter’s Colossal Comets and Academic Award recipients!
In case you didn’t make it to church, you can still see what’s happening in the upcoming weeks.
Cherub choir (gr.pre-2)
Sunday, 29 April 2018 @ 8:00 am - 9:00 am
Sunday, 29 April 2018 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am
Sunday School Hour
Sunday, 29 April 2018 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Contemporary English Service and Chinese Congregation Service
Sunday, 29 April 2018 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Board of School Ministries Meeting
Tuesday, 01 May 2018 @ 4:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Wednesday, 02 May 2018 @ 8:20 am - 9:00 am
What does Emmaus value?
Emmaus Lutheran School and Preschool, after careful consideration of its overall values and goals of its program, has established the Comet Commitments–Christ, Curriculum, Character & Community:
CHRIST–The head of everything we do
1. Students learn and apply Bible Truth
2. Students develop their faith through daily living, devotions, daily prayer, worship, music and drama
CURRICULUM–Academic Success for the Future
1. Students read, write and calculate guided by California and Federal curriculum standards in the areas of Math, Science, History, Language Arts, Fine Arts, and Physical Wellness.
2. Students develop communication, critical thinking, and problem solving skills in all curricular areas.
CHARACTER–Establishing behaviors that shape adulthood qualities
1. Students demonstrate respect and responsibility toward others.
2. Students show leadership, sportsmanship, and cooperation through a variety of experiences.
COMMUNITY–Giving back to our communities for life
1. Students serve others within the school community and beyond.
2. Students participate in campus events that reach out to the community