St. John's annual fund

Give to the Annual Fund for as little as $25 a month!

St. John’s is blessed with a strong partnership between the church and school, and SJLS embraces the opportunities within this community. We encourage our students to be Faithful Servants, focusing on the fact that they are saved by God’s grace alone and to seek to live a life that glorifies God. 


Partnering with St. John's and the Annual Fund helps us to grow this outreach, so that we may ensure a Christian education for children in need.

Where is God leading you? Between tuition, team fees, piano lessons - not to mention feeding and clothing your children - it all adds up. We know that
where you put your money makes a difference. In the midst of the chaos, how can you still support the St. John's Annual Fund? The answer is a small, monthly commitment. 

Monthly giving makes it easier to "support & go" with one click; knowing that you're able to make a difference that is both manageable for you, and helpful to our school. We're together in this. Family. Partners in Christ.

When you click the button below, you will be taken to our PushPay site. Simply use the drop down menu to select the School Endowment or School STEAM Fund, enter your amount, and you're set. Thank you for your support!

Please scroll down for information on the School Endowment and School STEAM Funds.

  • Endowment Fund

    The St. John’s Lutheran School Endowment Fund was established in 1987 to support St. John’s Lutheran School in its mission of developing students who are FAITHFUL SERVANTS of Jesus Christ, CRITICAL THINKERSINTRINSICALLY MOTIVATED LEARNERSRESPONSIBLE CITIZENS, and successful COMMUNICATORSThe interest earned off this fund provides tuition assistance to families so that a Christ-Centered education is available to everyone. Since its inception, we have been blessed to provide $1,427,361.04 in assistance to 870 St. John’s families and a total of 1,336 students.


    It is our sincere desire to make a quality Christian education accessible to those families who support our values, and who seek partnership with our school. God be praised for the blessings provided by those who have supported St. John’s Lutheran School Endowment Fund with their time, prayers and financial gifts! Please continue to remember our school endowment fund in your prayers and with your financial support. 


    For more information on the St. John’s Endowment, or if you are interested in making a donation to the fund, please contact the Advancement Ministry at 714-288-4406 or   

  • STEAM Fund

    In early 2018, construction began on a dedicated STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) Lab, bringing endless possibilities for educating St. John's students. We were ready for students before the 2018-19 school year began! Across the hall is our instrumental music room, which completes a full STEAM (adding the Arts to STEM) corridor at St. John's! We will be the only school in Orange County to have a dedicated STEAM corridor with opportunities for Kindergarten through 8th grade students to fully experience 21st century learning! 

    The STEAM Corridor is awesome.



    What is a Makerspace? It's a place in which people with shared interests, especially in computing or technology, can gather to work on projects while sharing ideas, equipment, and knowledge. It's a creative hub of student energy!

    3D Printing Lab

    St. John's students have already been experimenting with our four 3D printers, creating items and using their imaginations. Having a dedicated space for this will only increase our capabilities and the student's involvement in the process.

    Instructional Space for Science and Technology

    Educational Technologist Mrs. Sarah Grack is already planning exciting projects and programs to utilize the STEM Lab and bring fun hands-on experiences to the students of St. John's.

    Music Room

    Instrumental Music teacher Mrs. Elliott teaches our students how to serve and honor God with their musical gifts, inspiring a lifelong love of music.

  • Serving others with our lives, in the end, 

    is a matter of the heart

    Jesus is concerned with what we do with our words, service and resources because he is concerned about where our hearts are. The reality is that when we SHARE Christ our hearts are in the right place and we are becoming more and more like Christ.


    You have influence among those around you: family, friends, neighbors, coworkers, community members, etc… God has placed these people in your path that you might be his representative, a messenger of his grace and mercy. It is important for you to know that God has empowered you with His Holy Spirit; He has trusted you and He will work through you to influence his children around you.


    The Bible talks a lot about money and resources. Some 25% of Jesus’ words in the Gospels are related to the topic of worldly resources and the proper stewardship of them. Why? Because money is a critical component to the health and growth of God’s people. But, due to its role in our lives, it’s nearly impossible for us to separate the connection that money has to our hearts. Therefore, wealth and possessions are prime targets for idolatry. God desires that we live a life of generosity.