Art & Music


Students in grades kindergarten through grade 8 participate in art class once a week. They study renowned artists, acquire drawing and painting techniques, and develop art appreciation. Families can learn about famous artists and their style by participating in Family Art Night in November. Students also join in an All School Art Day in May to connect in a school community art project.


Students in grades 5 through 8 participate in a weekly drama class. They perform plays and musicals and investigate all aspects of drama performance including set construction and costumes. All drama students participate in the LEST drama competition.


Peace Lutheran School offers a yearbook course to students in grades 6 through 8. In this course, students develop computer skills, study graphic design and practice photography techniques as they create the pages for the school yearbook. All students will receive a school yearbook the last week of school.


All classrooms have a specified music class for students to develop music appreciation and theory. They learn through a variety of traditional and praise songs. Participation in choir encourages students to glorify God by using their voices to sing songs of praise.

Students in grades 5 through 8 participate in an ensemble choir. This choir performs in church services, at Lutheran Elementary Schools Tournament (LEST), and nursing homes when invited. They also participate in two concerts on campus in December and at the end of the year.


Students in grades 4 through 8 have the option of participating in our school band program. Beginning Band has two class sessions each week for students in grade 4. Students in grades 5 through 8 can join Advanced Band which meets during elective class on Mondays and Wednesdays. This program requires students to provide their own instrument and maintain a practice routine outside of school for optimal learning. Concerts for band players will be held in December and at the end of the year.