Faith Lutheran School is accredited through the Consortium for Classical Lutheran Education.
What does this mean? In 2010, the Consortium announced CCLE Accreditation for Lutheran Schools. Accreditation for Lutheran Schools is offered after several years of study and consultation by the CCLE Board of Directors.
In 2006, the Board of Directors adopted “The Marks of a Classical and Lutheran School.” The Marks have been carefully crafted into a visionary document that seeks to identify what a classical and Lutheran school looks like in the contemporary setting.
The Marks are foundational to CCLE Accreditation for Lutheran Schools. The Accreditation process guides the school that seeks to be the best of what it means to be classical and Lutheran. Learn more about CCLE accreditation HERE.