The students at Immanuel Lutheran are engaged in AND out of the classroom. From competitive team sports to music education, community outreach to extracurriculars and electives, Immanuel has something to interest every student at every grade level. The activities we offer are led by experts on our staff that thrive on igniting the flame of Christian fellowship in students that participate. Exciting games, moving music, new skills and knowledge await.
Excellence, competition, individual sacrifice, courage, teamwork, cooperation, sportsmanship, and fair play are all essential ingredients for a good education and a personal way of life.
Immanuel Lutheran School offers several competitive sports and participates with other Lutheran schools in the Rock Valley Lutheran Athletic Conference. Teams are open to any student who wishes to participate. Parent information meetings are held before each season begins.
Girls' Volleyball JV (4-6)
Girls' Volleyball Varsity (7-8)
Co-Ed Volleyball (5-6)
Co-Ed Volleyball (7-8)
Co-Ed Soccer (3-5)
Cross Country (4-8)
Girls’ Basketball (5-6)
Girls’ Basketball (7-8)
Boys’ Basketball (5-8)
Boys’ Basketball (3-4)
Boys’ Basketball (5-6)
Boys’ Basketball (7-8)
Through our music program, students learn fundamentals of music, Lutheran hymns, and prepare for performances.
Students in grades 5–8 can participate in weekly band lessons during the school day.
Students in grades K–3 can participate in weekly piano lessons during the school day.
This after-school choir meets twice a week and helps lead chapel services and church services.
All students in grades K–5 participate in a general music class twice a week where they explore musical concepts and prepare for performances.
All students in grades 6-8 must take two elective classes that are centered on music. Classes offered include Hand Chimes, Recorders, and Xylophone.
We offer a robust extracurricular program as we strive to educate the whole child.
Students in grades 1–5 explore and learn about the native prairie on the Immanuel campus.
Students in grades 3–8 can make kid-friendly recipes and bring items home.
Students in grades 6–8 explore various aspects of computer programming.
A carefully selected group of sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students participate in service projects and lead whole-school events.
Students in grades 3–8 prepare to lead skits at community events, at Christmas programs, and in chapel.
Students in grades 1–3 learn about and create different art styles in this after-school club.
Students in grades 4-8 can participate in the after-school sewing club. Both beginner and advanced lessons are offered where they make a variety of items and participate in sewing competitions.
Girl Scouts Troop #870 meets at Immanuel Lutheran School where they participate in fun activities.