The decisions you make for your children today, greatly influence the decisions they make in the future. Our Savior School gives students a solid foundation in faith formation and academic excellence, while respectfully collaborating with parents to raise Christian children who will excel in all areas of their life. Our Savior School meets the community right where it can make the most significant impact – the lives of its young people.
Middle school students are prepared for high school through a rigorous academic program that encourages them to exceed beyond their own expectations, while strengthening their walk with the Lord.
It's never too late to explore the option of a Christian education for your child.
The teachers are all well respected and genuinely care about your learning development. I felt very well prepared for high school after attending Our Savior, especially in areas of math and writing. In college, I was surprised to find how advanced I was in writing compared to others, and I believe this is largely due to the education I received at Our Savior.Tim - College junior, recently accepted into the School Of Mechanical Engineering, at the U of M, Duluth
In my academic journey, I had more one-on-one attention because of the smaller class sizes. I was able to work in math at my learning level, because the lessons were catered to my abilities. I was able to finish algebra in 8th grade and then move ahead in high school by skipping algebra and taking geometry instead. I was able to take Advanced Placement English in high school because of the great base in education I gained at Our Savior’s. Now I am a teacher and my time at Our Savior’s helped to guide me to see that influencing children’s lives in a positive way and developing an excitement for learning was something that I also wanted to do.Cassie - OSS alum and Reading Specialist/Kindergarten teacher in the Rosemount/Apple Valley/Eagan School District, #196
When God’s Word is brought into the mix, one is able to see His handiwork in everything that we are able to learn in this world. Whether it’s learning about social studies, math, science, literature or physical education, we realize that everything that we know in this world comes from God.Rev. John Taggatz - OSS alum