Our Savior Lutheran School
When Josh Klug and his wife, Sarah, moved from the Midwest to teach at Our Savior Lutheran School in Arlington, they weren’t sure how long they’d remain. “The amazing school and church family made us want to stay,” Josh Klug says. The Klugs, as well as several other faculty and staff members, have been with the school for over 20 years.
Our Savior Lutheran School opened in 1952. It now offers a quality, accredited, Christian education for pre-kindergarten through eighth grade. Intentionally small, Our Savior maintains a low student-teacher ratio, with one teacher for every 12-15 students. “This allows our students to reach their fullest potential,” says Klug, who is now the principal. “The students shine academically.”
Though Our Savior is a Lutheran school, Klug says the student body is diverse. “We welcome all faiths and those who don’t have church homes. It’s important to us to provide a quality, Christian education to all our students.”