We are sharing various stories from the Kenya Project Team and their recent trip to Kenya with World Vision. This initiative is successful because of the prayers and support from the Faith Family. Every student at the school has the opportunity to donate $25.00 or more to sponsor a child through World Vision. Our partnership with the village of Bandaptai, Kenya is long term and we hope to make a lasting, positive impact through your support.
The first day of school is almost here! Meet our new teachers in middle school and high school and learn about why they are awesome.
On Tuesday, April 17, 2018 students in the Engineering - Honors classes along with any other interested STEM students took a field trip to see the ARMOR unit. ARMOR is the collaborative section of the LVMPD that provides support to the valley SWAT teams in the areas of robotics and chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and explosive incidents.
A few weeks ago, a team of 34 middle school and high school students traveled to Ensenada, Mexico to serve and learn. The goal was to build a home for a family in need but the end result turned out to be so much more. Read and watch the highlight video to learn about the mission trip and how our students grew in heart, soul, and mind.
On January 13, 2018, Faith Lutheran hosted a record 78 teams from southern Nevada and California at its 3rd annual VEX Robotics Tournament. This year we expanded to include middle school VEX IQ Teams in addition to high school VRC. Faith Lutheran Teams competed at Sierra Vista’s tournament in December, our tournament in January, and are looking forward to the VEX IQ and VRC Championships in April.
This was the second year Faith Lutheran's Varsity Football Team competed in the 4A Northwest Conference, Sunset Division. This is the highest and most challenging division in the NIAA. Games in this division are so popular, they grab the attention of local news stations.
The popularity and reliance on social media has skyrocketed in the past decade requiring news organizations to expand their outreach to platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. Student Stephen Schneider '18 saw how using social media could benefit the broadcast program at Faith Lutheran so he assembled a team of the most talented student journalists who would expand the program's scope even further.