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Changing the World through Christ-centered Education.
We believe and teach. . .

there is only one God, the Triune God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit

God the Father is the Creator and Preserver of the universe

God the Son, Jesus Christ, alone is the Savior of the world

God the Holy Spirit calls, gathers, enlightens and sanctifies the whole Christian church

the Gospel is the power of God for the salvation of all who believe: Jesus Christ is the Word of God incarnate, through whom everything was made and through whose life, death, and resurrection God fashions a new creation

the canonical Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments are the inspired, inerrant and infallible written Word of God

the canonical Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments are the authoritative source and norm of our proclamation, faith and life

justification is accomplished by Grace alone, through Faith alone, as revealed in Scripture alone

Dallas Lutheran School is a Recognized Service Organization of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod.   Additional information about Lutheran doctrine can be found here.

The philosophy of education at Dallas Lutheran School is based upon the Holy Scriptures as the Word of God and centers in Jesus Christ to whom all Scriptures bear witness. Our primary purpose is to provide an educational climate for our students in which they will find meaning, purpose and power for their lives in Christ by growing in grace and in their knowledge of Him as their Lord and Savior (2 Peter 3:18).

Dallas Lutheran School provides a unique educational environment in which the fellowship of believers is encouraged by the Word to yield their lives to Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. The role of the student is to develop his/her God-given gifts and abilities to be equipped for His “life of good works” which God has already prepared for him/her (Eph. 2:10). The role of the faculty is to minister to the students. Such a ministry requires spiritually mature and academically qualified faculty members who are continually open to the work of the Holy Spirit.

In the Lutheran setting we view all knowledge and learning as potential channels of God’s power and grace. The curriculum of Dallas Lutheran School is determined by the requirements of a complex and changing society, by the needs and aptitudes of the individual student, and by the spirit and substance of the Gospel of Christ. Students are given the opportunity to develop not only individual talents but also the skills and attitudes to make thoughtful Christian decisions and to take positive Christian action as they live out their individual roles in society as the people of God.

Dallas Lutheran School
Mission, Vision, Values and Guiding Behaviors


Dallas Lutheran School empowers students to discover their God-given potential.


Changing the world through Christ-centered education.


Personal Growth

Guiding Behaviors


We equip students with the appropriate academic content they’ll need in their next stage.
Students are expected to perform at their highest levels.
We provide a well-rounded experience and a unique culture, giving students an unmatched overall experience.
Staff and teachers will demonstrate professionalism in their interactions with administrators, parents, students and each other.
We help our families live a well-balanced life.

Personal Growth:

We encourage each student to develop their God-given talents.
We create opportunities to explore new skills and interests.
We instill responsibility and accountability in our students.
We inspire our students to do the right things in the right ways.
We emphasize integrity, perseverance, follow-through and delayed gratification.


We respect and value every person as a child of God.
We serve and love our neighbor.
We unapologetically uphold the scriptures to be the true word of God.
We teach God’s grace.
We live our faith, but we recognize that we are all imperfect.


We continually seek to be a family of people who care about and support each other.
We treat everyone with love and respect.
We seek to find the positives in all of us.
We pray for, and with, each other.
We want all families to actively participate in the school community.