Our Savior School is very intentional about building developmental assets in our students, but what are developmental assets? “Think of them as building blocks – relationships, experiences, values, attitudes, and attributes – that all children and youth need for success.”
Boundaries and Expectations
Constructive Use of Time
Commitment to Learning
Our Savior School Provides…
Christian learning environment age K-8th grade
Small class sizes allow flexibility of a wide range of learning styles and activities
21st Century Learning, including the latest SMARTBoards technology in all classrooms and a “1:1” Chromebook integration in grades 5-8
Our students take part in weekly chapel, field trips, weekly classes in art, music, Spanish and physical education, and special programs that enhance and enrich their education
Team sports including basketball, volleyball and flag football
Comfortable and inviting facilities including a state of the art gymnasium
Bus service available within Minnetonka district
Formative Assessment Tools: NWEA’s Measure of Academic Progress (MAPS)
Laying a Foundation
Our Savior School is an arm of the Lord’s church established to assist parents in teaching their children about the love of Jesus Christ, that through the Holy Spirit, they may come to know Him as their Lord and Savior. Upon this foundation of faith, Our Savior School strives to build a child’s learning and faith life.
Our Savior School utilizes the abilities of teachers, parents, students, staff, and volunteers to present students with a challenging, motivating, and innovative curriculum. In combination with the tools and skills necessary to enhance their learning through competent use of technology, our students will possess the 21st century skills necessary for high school, higher education, and their future in the work place.
Our Savior School, the church, and parents work together in teaching the students the importance and necessity of prayer, devotions, and daily study of God’s Word, the Bible. OSS creates an atmosphere of caring and sharing where students learn to respect one another while building the necessary social skills that will enable them, with God’s help, to attain success as useful and productive Christian leaders and citizens.