Welcome to Hope Lutheran School!

Welcome to Hope Lutheran School, one of the largest private Lutheran schools in the Pacific Northwest. When it was established in 1959, Hope Lutheran School opened its doors to 88 students in grades kindergarten through grade 5 and now serves over 180 students through 8th grade. For over sixty years Hope has been educating students for life-long learning in the West Seattle community, intentionally keeping our class sizes small in number so we can get to know your family and student. One unique quality that current families continually mention when talking about Hope Lutheran School is the emphasis we put on forming relationships with our students and parents. The teachers at Hope love to teach, and that love shows in our daily interactions with students.

Faith Focused


"When I came to hope, I was instantly welcomed. I've learned about God, made friends, and become a better student." Hope student

Student Centered


"The teachers really care about their students and want them to succeed. Though HOPE is a small school, it's big in many ways. I know my child is getting a good education, is being challenged academically and in a safe environment." Hope Parent

Inspiring Excellence


"One reason why I love Hope Lutheran School is the class size. I really feel like my son has the opportunity to get the help that he needs when he needs it...so that he can really shine." Hope parent

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First issue of Eagle News is hot off the press! Great job Eagle reporters.

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Weds. 1/31 7:45 am Donuts with Grownups 

Join the Hope School community!

Applications are being accepted for Fall 2024-25. Missed our open house events? Not a problem. Schedule a tour with the admissions director and see first-hand teaching and learning in action. Click here to schedule a tour or call the school office at 206-935-8500. We look forward to meeting you!

Calendar

February 27, 2024
  • Glee Club

    February 27, 2024  7:45 am8:15 am
    Mrs. Kunkel's Classroom

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February 28, 2024

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Last day to purchase Auction tickets! This event is going to be so much fun! The auction committee has been working hard and there are over 200 items to bid on such as: class projects, sport tickets, getaways, teacher and staff Experiences, Principal for the Day, jewelry, family, couple and group ...outings, desserts, games, photo booth and dance party at the end. You do not want to miss out on a fun Saturday night!

Get your tickets here: https://hopeseattle.ejoinme.org/MasqueradeTickets

Jeopardy with Ms. Goodspeed in 4th grade! "I'll take Geography for $400!" #hopeseattle #elementary #jeopardyfunintheclassroom #westseattle

Who is Jesus? Be Still and Know
By Amy Kopecky

“Be still and know that I am God. I will be exalted among the nations. I will be exalted in the earth.” Psalm 46:5

“Come with me by yourselves to a quiet place and get some rest.” Mark 6:31

Who is Jesus? What is Lent really... about? These are questions we’ve been asking in our current Lent series at Hope. You may think you already know the answers, and maybe you do. But Hebrews 4:12 teaches us that God’s Word isn’t stale or static; it is “living and active.” God wants to speak to us in every circumstance, and if we can be still enough to listen, we can learn to hear his voice. I don’t know about you, but if I have access through Jesus to the Creator of the Cosmos who loves me so much that he gave his one and only Son for me, I would like to hear what he has to say to me each and every day!

Tonight we will have an opportunity to worship the Lord with each other and hear from his Word about being still. We will also have an opportunity during the service to spend time in silence. We will visit prayer stations that help us reflect on different aspects of Jesus’ character. We will prayerfully discover what we need to receive from him this week, or even throughout the Lenten season, and take something home with us as a reminder of who Jesus is for us. 

Our stations will be focused on Jesus’ glory, healing, forgiveness, rescuing, and sacrifice.

We hope you’ll join us for soup at 6:00 and worship at 7:00!

LEST 2024 is done, and what an amazing fun time it was! Here are a few highlights! #hopeseattle #hopelutheranstrong #lestnw #studentlife #middleschool #lutheranschools #lutheraneducation

CONNECT with one another - Wednesdays during Lent. Soup supper at 6pm and gather at 7pm. Something for all ages!

The third day of LEST is a wrap, and what a fantastic day it was! Full of laughter, heart, and fun! Until next year! #hopseattle #hopelutheranstrong #lestnw #lutheranschools #westseattle

Started off Day two with a fantastic performance from Glee Club performing "Perfectly Loved" by Rachael Lampa. It is a beautiful song with a strong message young people need to hear more often. These students meet once a week for 30 minutes because they love to sing! Thank you ...@sara_kunkel for bringing out the very best in your students! #hopeseattle #hopelutheranstrong #lestnw #rachaellampa #perfectlyloved #gleeclub #middleschool #westseattle

LEST Day 2! What a busy day! Glee. Musical solos, spelling, Basketball, math, Science , Readers Theater, Robotics, and swimming! It was a long day, and the students brought the energy! This is what LEST is all about! #hopeseattle #lestnw #pacificluthernuniversity #lutheranschools ...#lutheraneducation #hopelutheranstrong

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