Our theme this year is based on Isaiah 26:4

"Trust in the LORD forever, for the LORD God is an everlasting rock."

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

21 March Penning

Ann Arndt, Principal Penning

21 March

 It was a few years back (well, maybe many years) when I was a sophomore in high school. We had a nice teacher for science, but one that did not always make wise decisions. Thinking back on it now, I actually think he should have chosen a different profession! However, he didn’t, became a teacher, and the following actually happened in his classroom. Somehow Mr. “X” had gotten a blood testing kit and told us he would test all of us and tell us our blood types. In our naivety, we were rather excited. The idea might have been good, the procedure was not. He used the same “lance” on all of us, merely wiping it off with a paper towel between students. We honestly did not think a thing about it. We had no concerns. We didn’t, at least, until the next day when one of the students was absent, one that was in our science class. He had been sent to the emergency room the night before, being violently sick, and was diagnosed with hepatitis. Whether it was A, B, or C, I don’t know. We just knew the word hepatitis was scary enough. Soon it would be all over school that all of us in that class were exposed, and that a bus would arrive shortly to take us all to the hospital to get shots to prevent us from getting hepatitis. That is exactly what happened; no parent permission slips and no notes home to parents. My, haven’t things changed? Can you imagine the lawsuits this situation would bring today?Read more ...

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