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    4380 King Street, Alexandria, VA 22302
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    955 South Columbus Street, Arlington, VA 22204
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    520 12Th Street South, Arlington, VA 22202
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    1515 Richmond Highway, Arlington, VA 22202
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    7300 Jon Paul Dr., Alexandria, VA 22306
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    2629 Douglass Rd., SE, Washington, DC 20020
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    2900 Main Line Blvd, Alexandria, VA 22301
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    3400 S Clark Street, Arlington, VA 22202
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    950 South George Mason Drive, Arlington, VA 22204
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Immanuel Lutheran School Overview

1801 Russell Road Road, Alexandria, VA 22301 , Tel: +1 (703) 549-0155

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Immanuel Lutheran School Ratings & Reviews

September 18, 2018 Submitted by a parent
We love ILS! Our experience with the school over the past 8 years has been one which has supported and nurtured our children, engaged our family in a wonderful community of families, and which we highly recommend to anyone looking for not simply a school but a community for their children and family. Our children each started ILS in Jr. Kindergarten, and this has been an incredible introduction to classical Christian education. We have been so blessed to have fantastic teachers who clearly love learning as much as teaching, and their love and enthusiasm has inspired and engaged our students in subjects from math and literature, to ancient history and science, theology and music, art and logic. As a parent, you pray your child will take a delight in learning, and it is such a blessing to find a community where this is supported by other families, students, teachers and administrators.We cannot recommend ILS highly enough. If you are looking for a school in this area, we without question would suggest visiting ILS and learning more about this wonderful community.
April 16, 2018 Submitted by a community member
I have been teaching for 10 years, and recently moved to Virginia because my husband is here on military orders. After research showed me the low test scores at the public school in my area, I began asking around in my neighborhood about alternatives. Immanuel came up in a few conversations, with some good comments and some negative. I wanted to see for myself, and I have to say I was conflicted after my tour. On one hand, I could really sense the love and positive environment my rising Kindergartener would feel every day. I knew my child would be safe and felt the security measures at the school were very sound. I knew my child would learn a lot and be exposed to a wider range of subject that ever would be possible in public school. However, I couldn't get past the fact the teachers aren't credentialed. I asked the headmaster how much experience a teacher is required to have, and was told they train a lot of the teachers themselves. As a teacher who has taught in private and public school, I feel this was something I would always worry about. To be an effective elementary school teacher I feel strongly you need to have a sound knowledge of early childhood development, psychology, learning theories. I don't see how this can be self-taught. The current kinder teacher just started this year, and had never taught previously. I was baffled by this. Not all teachers are wonderful, and certainly a well-trained/educated teacher can be awful, but to not have ANY formal educational/early-childood training AND be a teacher, just seems preposterous. I did think everyone was very lovely, and the classrooms are warm and inviting, but chose ultimately to pay a little extra for a slightly more expensive private school nearby.
September 10, 2017 Submitted by a parent
I write this review both as a parent of two children at the school and as an experienced educator myself. Having been a classroom teacher for nearly thirty years I have seen my fair share of educational "trends" . One of the key reasons I selected and continue to applaud ILS is that it consistently evaluates its practice and always chooses what we educators refer to as "best practice". This criteria is a good rule of thumb in part because it is a measurement always driven by student learning first. Too many judge schools by resources rather than outcomes. ILS consistently graduates students who perform exceptionally at the high school level both intellectually and socially who also have a desire to serve their community. How do I know? I have taught them. Their grounding in classical knowledge, rhetoric and logic has made them not only exceptional students but scholars . They are instilled with strong Christian values that understand the importance of relationaships, service and commitment. I am thrilled when my roster includes ILS students. While some may see its size as a detriment, as a classroom teacher, I see a formula for success. Smaller classes equals better learning period. The community based framework allows for plenty of opportunity for older students to mentor and guide younger ones and these kids know how to advocate for themselves which is a sign of maturity I wish all my student s exhibited. Lastly as a parent I have personally seen the impact the caring and nurturing environment has had on my own children. Personal communication, an open door policy show me both the teachers and staff know my children personally and want the best for them. They feel safe and as a result feel more able to stretch and grow. The leadership of this school is exceptional and tirlssly works to provide what will lead to student success, whether it be chrome books, field trips, guest speakers or recently an impressive building expansion program. This school is simply one of the best Jk-8 options in the area and believe me I am familiar with all of them!
September 07, 2017 Submitted by a parent
Starting back to school this week has reminded us how grateful we are to be a part of this school and the ILS community. As parents and students gathered for the first day of school, I talked to several parents who noted how different this was from their own first days of school- and how happy they were that it was. They were so thankful to be at a place that actively encourages parents to be involved and be a part of the life of the school and places genuine value on the role of parents in the education of their kids. I watched as children delighted in seeing their friends and teachers and were genuinely enthusiastic to be back at school. This is a unique community- and that is a great thing! If you are looking for a large, impersonal school that diminishes your role as parent and treats your child simply as a test score- this isn't the place for you. If you are simply looking for technology to take the place of teaching, the newest fads in education and the biggest sports program, you will probably want to check out one of the many other options in this area. But- if you want a school where teachers will love your kids, will work alongside you, will value your kid as more than just his grades or test score, cares both about excellent academics AND nurturing and helping your child grow in his Christian faith, will encourage your kid to love learning not simply train for a job, and where you will be a part of a community of families who share these values- then I absolutely and without reservation encourage you to visit ILS and learn more. You will be glad you did.
August 22, 2017 Submitted by a parent
ILS is unique..For younger children, the school provides a base for learning and is very rigorous - not "play-based" learning, but desks, memory work and homework. This works well for some students, so I'll give it a neutral for this age. When the children get older, the classes get smaller and the pool of children with whom to play greatly decreases - some 8th grade classes have had three students total. For children in early adolescence to teenagers, the lack of a sizable peer group is very concerning. Teachers come and go, and it seems as though the good ones have been leaving more and more frequently. The science and math in the middle school is not up to par - no science lab/no computer lab, and the school is not accredited. There as a parent discussion last year on why electronics are bad - seems pretty crazy for 2017 where each and every one of our kids will need to be technologically-savvy. There is no gym, and the "teams" for athletics are a joke (2-3 games per season). If you are looking for a small, starter school for early-elementary kids, this could be a good fit. But please, provide your kids with greater opportunities to succeed in late elementary and middle school. Children here through 8th grade will be at a great disadvantage in 9th grade when they don't know how to research using a computer and can't type.
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Alexandria, VA Education Statistics

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  • Some College16%
  • Associate Degree4%
  • Bachelor Degree28%
  • Graduate Degree30%

Apartments and homes for rent near Immanuel Lutheran School

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Things you should know about Immanuel Lutheran School

Before you start packing, make sure Immanuel Lutheran School is really the best option for your child. To recap, Immanuel Lutheran School is a well-known private PK-8 school in Alexandria. It is located at 1801 Russell Road Road, Alexandria, VA 22301 and it is the second home of 180 students. Please note that available apartments near a given school are filtered by proximity, not by attendance zone. We advise parents to visit the schools in person and contact the admissions offices for further information on school performance and attendance zones before making a final decision.

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