Our Academics Program

Our curriculum is not only Christ-centered but also intellectually challenging and diverse. Creative and compelling teaching strategies provide each child with opportunities to work up to their own ability level. Children are provided with rules and routines that help them succeed, and classrooms have clearly defined expectations and rewards to encourage progress. Through this combination of creativity and structure, we challenge our students to grow and develop.

To accomplish our educational goals, we provide a variety of academic programs and services:

  • Full accreditation by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges
  • A low student / teacher ratio
  • Unique courses like Music, Latin and Theater
  • Off-campus learning through field trips, as well as outdoor education for our upper grades
  • Weekly classes using our wireless computer lab, and computers in every classroom
  • An interscholastic sports program that includes basketball, football, softball, volleyball, etc.
  • Competitive academic activities, such as geography and spelling bees and an art competition
  • Facilities that include a playground and full sized field.
  • After school care

  Find out more about our curriculum below: 



 
Curriculum Standards
standardsHope uses detailed curriculum standards for each grade to guide our teachers and to ensure our program is complete and comprehensive.

Hope uses detailed curriculum standards for each grade to guide our teachers and to ensure our program is complete and comprehensive.

Our curriculum standards are listed below by grade. Please read through some of them to get a better idea of how we teach.


Kindergarten Third Grade Sixth Grade
First Grade Fourth Grade Seventh Grade
Second Grade Fifth Grade Eighth Grade


Writing Matrix
The ability to write well is a crucial skill, both in school and in life. Our writing matrix charts a course of language development, from basic reading and spelling through academic essays, that gives our students the knowledge and practical experience they need to write confidently and convincingly. Learn more...
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School Staff

Principal
Scott Ferguson
(626)335-5315
principal@hopeglendora.org

Preschool Director
Ellen Head
(626)335-5315
preschool@hopeglendora.org

Teachers

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Contact Information

  • Hope Lutheran
    1041 East Foothill Boulevard
    Glendora, CA 91741
  • Office: (626) 335-5315
    Fax: (626) 852-0836
    Preschool: (626) 335-5315
  • Sunday Services
    Traditional
    7:45 & 10:15am

Church Staff

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