Student Life

At Cross Lutheran School

Cross Lutheran School provides multiple opportunities for students to grow outside of the classroom. We offer competitive athletics for both boys and girls, creative arts programs for students who express interest and gifting in the areas of art, music, and theater and academic competitions for students who wish to take their intellectual gifts to another level outside of the classroom. Cross Lutheran encourages our students to partake in activities that match their interests and gifts and to help build relationships with their peers.

Student Athletics

Sports teams and clubs that keep kids active and reinforce teamwork

Creative Programs

Programs to expand artistic skill and encourage imaginative thinking


Scholastic fun that inspires, encourages, and puts students to the test

Student Service Projects

Service projects are integral to putting our words into action. By loving our neighbors, we get to show our faith in Christ in what we do, in addition to what we say. We believe in giving children exposure to serving others and taking action. Students become active members of their community and in their faith.

A wide range of service projects are annually undertaken that are suitable for your child’s age, ability, and understanding. It is incredibly rewarding to watch children catch vision of their own ability to help in time of need. The maturity and healthy self-esteem they take from their accomplishments has long lasting dividends in their own lives, as well as those touched by their actions.

Service Projects

  • Fisher House Donation Drive
  • Military Cards
  • Blanket Ministry for Children’s Hospitals
  • Phil’s Friends for Cancer Ministry
  • Kendall County PADS
  • Local Animal Shelters
  • Feed My Starving Children
  • Collections for Local Families in Need
  • Senior Center Visits
  • On Campus Cleanup
  • Upper Level Students: Helping Younger Classrooms

 Student Activities

  • Book Club
  • Choir
  • Band
  • Scholastic Bowl
  • Spring Musical

“One of the coolest things was how excited our son was when, as a second grader, he got a hi-five from an 8th grader. Now that our boys are older, they enjoy opportunities to interact with the younger students in chapel groups, reading to them or just saying hi in the hallway. It’s fantastic how the older kids are able to interact with the younger kids!” -Mike and Keri Gaul