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  • Preschool - 8th Grade
  • Christ-Centered Community
  • Inspired Instruction
  • Small Class Sizes
  • High Test Scores
  • 15+ Extracurricular Activities
  • Before & After School Care
  • Financial Assistance

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Upcoming Dates

Sept. 14th - Back-to-School Night @ 6:00 PM, Spaghetti Dinner @ 5:00 PM

Sept. 23rd - Tips to Help Your Student Succeed Event with Marydee Sklar, 4:00-5:30 PM; FREE & FREE Childcare Available                      

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Sept. 27th - See You at the Pole @ 7:30 AM

Oct. 6th - Jog-a-thon

Oct. 11-12th - Picture Day

Oct. 13th - NO SCHOOL (Oregon Professional Development)

Oct. 18-20th - NO SCHOOL (Lutheran Schools Conference)

Oct. 28th - Harvest Dance

Click here to access Pilgrim's 2017-18 School Calendar.

Message from the Principal

What’s Important?

Children are important to us. From the day they are born we provide for them. We give them many things that they want or need. We deny them some things because we know better even though they may think they need them. They are happy when they receive what they want. They may be sad or even cry when they don’t get some things, but as parents the decision is ours. We decide what is important for them.

So, what is important? God says, “Children are a heritage from the Lord,” Psalm 127:3. Do we believe this? How do we show it?

We know that God also says, “Train up a child in the way he should go and when he is old he will not depart from it.” Proverbs 22:6.

Our children are important enough to us that we will bring them to church with us, teach them to pray, share God’s Word with them, and give them a Christian education at a school like Pilgrim.

What is more important than our children knowing God and being heirs of Heaven? At the threshold of a new school year, the staff of Pilgrim Lutheran Christian School pledges to you our promise to do all we can to assist you in bringing up your child in the way of the Lord. Our efforts are enhanced by the regular application of Christian principles in your home: respect for God and His Word, wholesome conversation, monitoring media allowed in the home, genuine love and concern for spouse and children, regular attendance at church and Sunday School. Letting these things and others like them slip, showing a disregard for their importance, makes our school efforts significantly less effective. We value and expect your Christian family support just as you value and expect our professional expertise. May God bless our combined and cooperative efforts!

It’s Still All about Jesus!

J. Riedl