We are a Lutheran school supported and operated by Lord of Life Lutheran Church. Both the church and the school are part of a larger Lutheran church body, the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS). We are also affiliated with a Lutheran High School, Rocky Mountain Lutheran High School (RMLHS), and we consider ourselves a “feeder school” for RMLHS.
It has been a trademark of our 300+ school of the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS) in the United States to test higher than any other schools around the country. Our own teachers have been trained at nationally accredited educational colleges. They use multiple teaching strategies to reach each individual child, and our small classroom sizes help to get that individualized attention. The children not only receive academic training, but also are taught in visual and performing arts, as well as physical education.
Our teachers show a deep care and concern for the whole child- spiritually, educationally, and socially.
Growing up in a small town in Michigan, Mr. Glowicki attended public school through eighth grade. He then attended Michigan Lutheran Seminary in Saginaw, Michigan for his high school years. This school is a prep school which helps prepare students for the public ministry. He attended college at Martin Luther College in New Ulm, Minnesota. He took the five year program and graduated in 1998 with a bachelor of science in teaching degree. His fifth year was an emphasis in Physical Education.
Mr. Glowicki’s first teaching call was to Hoskins, Nebraska where he taught fourth through eighth grade in a two room school. He taught there for three years. From there he went to Yale, Michigan for three years where he taught sixth through eighth grade and served as the Principal. In 2004 he moved to Thornton, Colorado to open Lord of Life Lutheran School. He currently serves as Principal and teaches grades seven and eight.
Mrs. Schmidt grew up on a small farm near Madison, Wisconsin. After graduating from Martin Luther College, she taught grades 3 to 5 for five years in Sanborn, MN. She then moved to Aurora, IL and taught grades K to 4 for five years. When she moved to Colorado, she worked at King Soopers and then one year for the Colorado Preschool Program. She has been teaching preschool at Lord of Life for 14 years.
Her husband, Robert, and she have been married 28 years. They have four children and 1 grandchild.
Rachel Hahm grew up in Crete, Illinois, a small town 30 miles south of Chicago. She attended Martin Luther College in New Ulm, MN where she majored in elementary education and minored in Social Studies. After graduating in 1996, Rachel first taught 3rd-5th grades at St. Matthew’s Lutheran School in Stoddard, Wisconsin. While teaching at Stoddard, Rachel met her future husband and got married and then stepped down from teaching to start a family.
Due to different job opportunities for her husband, Rachel and her family moved to Des Moines, Iowa and then to Omaha, Nebraska, adding to the family along the way. In 2009 Rachel and her family moved to Greeley, Colorado. For the 2010-2011 school year, Rachel started working her way back into teaching while working as a teacher’s aide for the preschool teacher at Our Savior’s Lutheran School in Longmont. Rachel joined the staff at Lord of Life in 2012.
Rachel Hahm’s interests include crafts, reading, biking, hiking and watching football. Rachel and her family currently reside in Firestone, Colorado.
Mrs. Glowicki grew up in Milwaukee, WI and attended both a WELS Lutheran grade school and high school. She then went to Martin Luther College and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Education.
Mrs. Glowicki has taught at Lord of Life School for the past 11 years and has experience in teaching preschool to 5th grade.
In the classroom Mrs. Glowicki uses various methods of teaching to reach every learner. She thinks it’s great to teach at a Lutheran school so she can use God’s Word in every aspect of teaching.
Mrs. Glowicki is married to Mr. Glowicki and together they have 4 children. When she’s not busy with her kids or students her hobbies include gardening, scrapbooking, and reading. She also loves spending time outdoors downhill skiing, playing tennis, biking, and going for walks.
Pastor Phil Sievert is our Pastor at Lord of Life Lutheran Church on 120th Ave and Northaven Circle. Pastor Sievert teaches religion classes to 5th through 8th graders at Lord of Life Lutheran School and shares God’s Word at the Wednesday morning chapel services (and helps coach different sports when he can find the time).
Pastor Sievert views our school as a valuable tool to carry out the mission Jesus has given to his church on earth, to make disciples of all nations, baptizing and teaching. “What a great ministry opportunity for our church – to teach children the wisest message of all, that Jesus is their Savior.”
Pastor Sievert and his wife, Shannon, have 4 children.
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