ABOUT OUR SAVIOR'S CHRISTIAN SCHOOL

The OSCS School Board, with the support of the Pastor and Church Council of Our Savior’s Church, is excited to announce the appointment of  John Richardson as the principal of Our Savior’s Christian School effective the last week in June. This decision comes after a search process that began when John March announced his intention to take a Called position with a Lutheran school in Indianapolis. The Board cannot thank John March enough for his seven years here at OSL. We are thankful for his leadership and the sense of community that he has brought to this school. 

John Richardson comes to us from Erie First Christian Academy in Erie, PA. As a school administrator, he is passionate about mentoring people in the body of Christ.  He is excited to embrace the mission statement of OSCS as a Christian school offering a program of academic excellence where each student is cherished as God's child and challenged to do his/her best to the glory of God and in service to others.

We look forward to welcoming Mr. Richardson to our school team of faculty and staff where we will continue to provide a nurturing and caring environment for our students. Please feel free to stop in over the summer and introduce yourselves and stay tuned for a time of fellowship where we can all come together as a school community.  In the coming weeks, John Richardson will reach out to the school families and he is looking forward to meeting each of you.

 

Our Savior’s Christian School Board                                                      

Our Mission

Our Savior's Lutheran School offers a Christ-centered program of academic excellence where each student is cherished as God's child and challenged to do his/her best to the glory of God and in service to others.

Our History

Our Savior's Lutheran School opened its doors in September 1956 with twenty-six first and second graders enrolled in the first class.  Our school has expanded over the years and we are committed to quality education from preschool though 8th grade.