Founded in 1996 to enrich Northeast Tarrant County by educating its best and brightest students regardelss of socio-economic status or religious affiliation, Crown of Life Lutheran School continues that mission today. With high academic standards and continued success in enrichment activities, COLLS remians committed to each individual student and instills in them the core values of hontesty, kindess, grace, and accountability. While COLLS is a smaller school, it remains large in its ability to offer a customized learning approach for it's students.
Now more than ever, charitable giving is essential to secure Crown of Life for future students. As the area looks to Crown of Life to keep and attract the families who cherish a Christ-centered education, Crown of Life relies on the contributions of its alumni, parents, grandparents and friends to sustain it.
While financial support is vital to the school each year, COLLS most immediate need is contribution to our General Fund which directly impacts faculty, student programs, financial aid, library acquisitions, and campus maintenance. From academics to athletics to the arts, yoru giving provides the resources vital to the school's success.
For more information, please contact our principal, Dr. Larry Darlage.
CROWN OF LIFE COMMUNITY: GIVING BACK
Crown of Life students recognize that those who go last go first. Following one of our Eight Expectations for Christ-like Living (We will practice Christ-like living using the expectations God has revealed to us in His Word/Micah 6:8), students learn the value of giving back. Upper School students are required to complete 30 hours of community service each year. Upper School students partner with organizations of their choice and provide volunteer service. Preschool and Lower School also support others in need through gifts of their time, talents and contributions. In 2015, students supported Christmas is for Children through a Christmas gift-giving drive. They also supported this organization by collecting jars of peanut butter and jelly to help the food pantry at Christmas is for Children. Preschoolers collected items for the GRACE Food Pantry during the Thanskgiving season. Our desire is that our students learn to serve God through serving others.
North Texas Giving Day is the nation's largest community-wide online giving event. It is for people across the nation (and the world!) to come together to raise as much money as possible for North Texas nonprofits. In seven years, North Texas Giving Day has pumped more than $156 million into the North Texas community. In 2016, $37 million was raised through more than 142,000 gifts benefiting 2,518 nonprofits.
With over 100 donors, COLLS raised $20,000 to support our classroom needs. Thank you!