The school office hours are 7:40 am - 4:00 pm on school days.
Please wear a mask or other face covering while visiting the building.
Why Choose Emmanuel-Faith?
A Ministry of Emmanuel and Faith Lutheran Churches
Emmanuel and Faith Lutheran Churches of York, Nebraska operate our school, founded in 1957, for the purpose of aiding parents in following the Bible directive - "Bring up your children in the nurture and admonition of the Lord." (Ephesians 6:4b KJV). The home is, and always should be, the chief agency for the Christian training of the child. A Christian Day School does not relieve parents of this task. All activities of the school day are permeated with God's Word and Christian guidance and leadership.
As part of our Faith-based education, students worship together on Wednesday mornings at chapel. Each month we have an opportunity to serve others with our Chapel offerings and donate them to various missions including Operation Christmas Child, Living Water Rescue Mission, and Camp Luther, to name a few.
Starting in 1st grade, students have weekly or bi-weekly memory work, engraining the Word of God in their hearts.
Confirmation classes are taught during the school day starting in 7th Grade. Students who have been baptized have the option to be confirmed at Emmanuel or Faith Lutheran Church.
Tuition scholarships available based on financial need and tuition discounts for Emmanuel and Faith Church members, siblings and church workers. Tuition payments are collected through FACTS with options for convenient online payment plans.
Federal Hot Lunch Program
Emmanuel-Faith participates in the Federal Hot Lunch program, providing students with an excellent salad bar that includes fresh fruits and veggies daily, including many gluten-free options. Families may qualify or apply for free and reduced lunch prices.
E-F has a certificate of approval from the Nebraska Department of Education. Reading, Math, Language, Science, Social Studies, Music and Physical Education are a part of every student's daily routine.
Public School Partnership
Emmanuel-Faith has a working partnership with York Public Schools for students with special education needs. Busing to the Elementary or Middle School is an option for students with IEPs who need extra help.
We work with the York Public Transportation Department to provide bus service to families to get their children to and from school.
Students in grades K-5 visit our Computer Lab, updated in 2019, several times per week. The Middle School students have a 1:1 Chromebook ratio.
Our students have a Christmas Program every year. A Spring Operetta or Dinner Theater is performed by the K-2, 3-5 or 6-8 students every year on a rotating basis.
There are Volleyball and Basketball teams for 5th - 8th Graders as well as the opportunity for 7th & 8th Graders to join Cross Country, Football, Wrestling and Track with York Middle School.
The students at Emmanuel-Faith are blessed to be able to participate in many special activities; Girls on the Run, Yearbook Staff, Student Leadership Team, Quiz Bowl Team and Community Science Expo and Spelling Contests.
Building Disciples of Christ through Faith-based Education
Statement of Goals for Students and Teachers
Spiritual - Acquire a thorough knowledge of God and His Word to:
Recognize his or her sin and the need for salvation
Trust Jesus as the only salvation from sin
Rely upon God for spiritual blessings
Lead a sanctified life and lead others to Jesus
Intellectual - Acquire thorough academic knowledge and skills to:
Develop an inquiring mind and independent thinking
Cultivate desirable and useful work and study habits
Evaluate human knowledge in the light of what God says in the Bible
Physical - Regard his or her body as the temple of the Holy Spirit to:
Understand the body and accept responsibility for health, safety, and recreation
Properly use his or her body to serve God and society
Acquire and maintain desirable physical skills
Social - Respect under God the authority of home, school, church, state and nation to:
Develop social skills necessary to live as a competent and creative Christian
Respect the God-given rights and privileges of others
Recognize others' needs, happiness, and welfare
Emotional - Reflect the Savior's love to others to:
Grow in understanding and practice self-control
Develop a sense of personal worth and an awareness of the worth of others
Seek and rely upon God for guidance, mercy and grace
Aesthetic - Appreciate the wonders of God's creation to:
Acquire an appreciation of his or her cultural heritage
Develop appreciation and expression in the fine arts
Office Contact Info
School Phone - 402-362-6575
Emmanuel Lutheran's Church Phone - 402-362-3655
Faith Lutheran Church's Phone - 402-362-3000
Emails and phone messages will be checked regularly! If you get a busy signal, please call our 2nd line - 402-362-3754
"Jesus called them to him, saying, “Let the children come to me, and do not hinder them, for to such belongs the kingdom of God. Truly, I say to you, whoever does not receive the kingdom of God like a child shall not enter it.”