Laurel Hall School: Welcoming All People

Lutheran Schools Work Hard to Make Christian Education Affordable.

Lutheran Schools Work Hard to Make Christian Education Affordable.

Every parent wants their child to be happy and thriving at school. Have you had enough of huge classes, stressed, impersonal teachers, and an overwhelming homework load? How about an affordable, traditional Christian school setting, with relevant challenging curriculum in a warm family atmosphere? Laurel Hall has been providing such an environment for over 65 years. Come and be part of our legacy.

Laurel Hall Athletics and PE programs provide an environment that allows children to engage in a variety of activities ensuring that they have the opportunity to achieve success. These programs not only teach skills, sportsmanship, cooperation, and leadership but also help to build confidence.

Our Fine Arts Program exposes students to many musical styles and genres, learning note and rhythm reading. Instrumental opportunities begin in third grade when students learn the recorder. Grades 4-8 may participate in Band, Strings, Hand Bells, or Guitar.

Additional opportunities include Drama, Dance, and Talent Shows. Our Musicals are full-scale theatrical productions frequently compared to the best high school productions. Our Fine Arts faculty includes veterans of Broadway stage and network television.

Pastor Patricia Lowe explains: “For over 65 years, our mission has been ‘Welcoming all people, Emmanuel Lutheran Church and schools love, teach, and serve through Christ.’ Emmanuel’s ministry is focused on nurturing families in the Christian faith.”

Laurel Hall School and Early Childhood Center operates under Evangelical Lutheran Church of America (ELCA) and Evangelical Lutheran Education Association (ELEA) and are accredited by Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).

Laurel Hall is located at 11919 Oxnard St. in North Hollywood. For more information, visit laurelhall.com or call (818) 763-5434 ext. 118.

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