Pilgrim Lutheran School

Pilgrim Lutheran Christian School a Ministry of Pilgrim Lutheran Church

Pilgrim Lutheran School was started as an outreach ministry by church members who saw the need for a Christian grade school in the Beaverton area. The first step was a Kindergarten program in 1965. The elementary school was added in the fall of 1981. The school started with twenty students in grades 1-4, two teachers, and a principal.

In the years since, Pilgrim has been blessed with continued growth to nearly two hundred students. A preschool program and self-contained classrooms through eighth grade have been added as there has been need.

In 2001, a major building project was completed that replaced temporary buildings. The new facility features seven additional classrooms, a library/computer lab, gymnasium, stage, kitchen, and cafeteria. It is a great place to learn!

With all the change, Pilgrim Lutheran School has consistently provided students with a comprehensive curriculum in a caring, Christ-centered community. Pilgrim actively prepares students to be compassionate, responsible adults.

The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod operates 945 elementary schools in the United States and serves over 107,000 students.

To learn more about the Lutheran Church and why it feels it is important to support Christian Education, click here to view a video from our NorthWest District office:  http://nowlcms.org/stories/2529 Or visit the LCMS website at: http://www.lcms.org/schoolministry