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Alumnus Profile: Emmanuel Tamrat

We're continuing our Alumni Profile Series, where we catch up with recent ILS graduates and hear what they're doing now and how they feel Immanuel prepared them for high school and beyond. Many of our current ILS families will remember 2014 graduate, Emmanuel Tamrat, who is our featured profile this week. Emmanuel has just finished up a wonderful freshman year at St. Anselm's Abbey School in Washington, D.C. Just a year out of ILS, Emmanuel shares his memories of ILS and how his time here helped to ready him for his high school experience....Read More

2015 Graduation and Awards Vespers Service

On Wednesday, June 3rd, Immanuel Lutheran School celebrated its annual Baccalaureate Vespers Service, recognizing the graduating 8th grade class of 2015, along with other student achievements for the 2014-2015 school year. Awards were bestowed for Latin Achievement, Excellence in the Fine Arts, and Christian Citizenship....Read More

7th & 8th Grade Reflections from the 2014-2015 School Year

The school year is coming to a close, and tonight we will honor our graduating 8th grade students during our Graduation Vespers Service. As we count down to the end of the year, our teachers and students share some of their reflections from the year: favorite memories, how they've grown, and what they are grateful for. Today, our 7th and 8th graders share their look back at the year. You can find reflections from our 4th, 5th & 6th graders in our previous posts....Read More

To the Graduating Class of 2015...

To The Graduating Class of 2015, As you embark on the next chapter of your life I thought that I might impart the “sage” advice of one who came before you. The idea of High School is intimidating to every eighth grader. A new school means new teachers, new classes and new friends which is a lot of change to adapt to all at once. But have no fear! Below I have inscribed the “Top Ten Things I wish I had Known” before starting high school which I hope will provide the insight and peace of mind you are searching for. Above all I want you to know that with prayer, hard work and dedication anything is possible and that you have the power to do great things both in high school and beyond!...Read More

ILS Alumni Reflections

Kylee Honig, ILS Class of 2011, is now a senior in high school, preparing to graduate in June and head to Christopher Newport University this fall. She is back at ILS for the last three weeks of the school year completing her Senior Experience internship. She sat down this week to share some of her memories from her time at ILS....Read More

Alumna Profile: Caroline Yates

Do you ever wonder what our ILS alumni are up to now? Where are they in school? How do they feel ILS prepared them for high school and beyond? We've started a new series of Alumni Profiles, where we share some insights from some of our more recent graduates and how they are doing now. We're pleased to continue this series with Caroline Yates, ILS Class of 2014. Caroline writes, "I have had an amazing year at West Potomac High School. Besides doing well in all my honors classes, I managed Girls Volleyball in the fall, and I am currently managing Girls Soccer. Managing is a ton of fun; I get to handle all the paper work, keep the game book/stats, and I am counted as part of the team. I have also continued learning piano and participating in Girl Scouts by doing community service projects." Enjoy our latest Alumni Profile with Caroline!...Read More

Alumna Profile: Kylee Honig

Do you ever wonder what our ILS alumni are up to now? Where are they in school? How do they feel ILS prepared them for high school and beyond? We're starting a new series of Alumni Profiles, where we'll be sharing some insights from some of our more recent graduates and how they are doing now. We're pleased to start this series with Kylee Honig, ILS Class of 2011. Kylee is now a senior at T.C. Williams in Alexandria, preparing to head to college, most likely at Christopher Newport University, in the fall. She is active on the school yearbook, as well as in the Key Club and Psychology Club. Many in our ILS community still know Kylee as she is the daughter of our Jr. Kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Laurie Honig, she also keeps busy serving many of our families by babysitting....Read More