Our theme this year is based on 2 Peter 1:3-4a - 

Rejoice in God's Promise 

Contact us to find out more about this promise that we share.

Stop by and visit us in person at 7112 N Overland Drive, call the school office at 816-734-1060, or email the Development/Admissions Director at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for information about our Kindergarten through 8th grade program at MLA.
 
 

ACHIEVEMENT TEST SCORES FOR 2015-16 SCHOOL YEAR

Martin Luther Academy's Kindergarten through 8th Grade students completed their Iowa Test of Basic Skills.  As an entire school, this year (2015-16) we scoredabove the 93rd percentile nationally for our Core Subject (math, reading, language) Scores, above the 93rd percentile nationally for our math scores and above the 94th percentile for our reading scores. If you would like more information about this incredible Christian education offered at MLA, please contact us at (816) 734-1060 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Come By and Visit!

We are located at the corner of 72nd Street and Overland Drive in the Northland

To schedule your tour, call Lisa Martens at 816-734-1060.

 

7112 N Overland Drive

 

Principal's Pennings

Principals Penning May 19, 2016

Life moves on. The teacher walks back into the empty classroom. It’s quiet, the desks are all cleaned out and textbooks fill the shelves. The students have left in a frenzy of excitement and good-byes.

The teacher will see the children again, of course, but it will never be quite the same. Some will be in the same room next year, but in a different grade. Some will move on to the next teacher, and will “belong” to someone else. The teacher will face new children in the room, and the process begins anew. The new charges in the class will bring new challenges and new connections. But, this year is gone.

Every class is different and special. As teachers, we are excited to see the children advancing as God would have them do. But, it’s not without a little tug at the heart on the last day of school. There’s a little prayer for each child as he/she leaves the school ground for summer break. The break is good. The children scatter in all directions for the summer. We pray that teacher and learner never forget the blessings they have brought to each other’s lives. They’ll both come back renewed, rested, and ready to move ahead. Both will return excited about new beginnings.Read more ...

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