What are the office hours
Summer- 8-1pm Mon-Thur (closed Fri)
Office Hours have been established by our Board of Education as 7:30 am until 4:00 pm
How early can I drop my child off at school?
You may drop your child off as early as 6:30 am or even earlier if you talk to us ahead of time. The cost for School Age Care is $3.00/hour (charged by the minute FIVE CENTS PER MINUTE) The charge is for any drop off before 7:30am. After 7:30 there is no charge.
Immunization chart for our school can be found at the following site.
What is it like to go to St. Paul's?
This was our first at St. Paul’s. We were a little nervous sending our 2 boys to St. Paul’s because mom is a public school teacher in another district. But I can honestly say the best decision we have ever made as a couple is sending our children to St. Paul’s. The loving yet stern attitude of the teachers and staff make for a wonderful environment. Our oldest (3rd grader) was never really having academic problems in public school, but he has excelled at St. Paul’s making the A-honor roll, placing high in the spelling bee against other schools. His love for learning more and sharing Christ has skyrocketed. And our kindergartner is already reading. If there is any negative to St. Paul’s at all, it is that it is only K-8. I pray they can do High School by the time my 3rd grader gets there.
Our fifth grade son has attended St. Paul s Lutheran School since Kindergarten. He has been excited about attending this school since his first day almost six years ago. When someone asks a child if he is ready for summer break, and the child says, No, it shows the confidence that he has acquired through his attendance in a school that places Christ first in the curriculum. Our son s understanding of scripture and Christian principles has helped him to develop into a self-confident young man whose character is beyond reproach. His primary concern is doing what is right even though it is not necessarily easy. He already has in mind the kind of person he wants to become, and is wary of any circumstances that may deter that process. His attendance at this school is great catalyst to him becoming that person. Each of the teachers at the school encourages and even prefers an open line of communication to the parents of their students. They are quick to clear misunderstandings without judgment or drawing premature conclusions. The curriculum promotes excellence in academics. The instructors clearly inform the students of what is expected and when assignments are due. The small class size is a great mechanism to achieving that excellence. Individual instruction and correction is possible and plausible and assists the students to acquiring their goals and reaching for their dreams. However, the school teaches more than the just the facts and figures of Reading, Writing and Arithmetic. The school encourages and even requires respect for authority, others and one s self. The standard of excellence required by St Paul s School challenges the students academically, spiritually, and personally. The students are consistently taught to improve and are verbally recompensed when improvement is achieved. There is no doubt that our son is and will be a better person as a result of his attendance at this school. He enjoys his work, he enjoys his friends, and he enjoys attending St. Paul s Lutheran School.
We have many positive feelings about St. Paul's. We like the small class size and that Christian based learning in emphasized in all subjects. Our children are challenged academically and receive as much one-on-one support from the outstanding teachers, as needed. In our opinion, all of the teachers do an excellent job of providing a caring atmosphere and our children are emotionally healthier than they were in a public school. Parent involvement is encouraged and we feel we are welcome to talk to any St. Paul's staff member, at any time. The Christian attitudes of the teachers at St. Paul's are heartening and our children know they are really cared for, which overall, is the most important thing to us!
'We love St. Paul's. Our daughter has attended since preschool and each year seems more wonderful than the last! Small class size, well trained teachers and the use of A Beka books/programs support outstanding academics. Each class is ranked at or above the national standard in their grade level. Extra cirricular activities include chess, cooking/home economics, volleyball, basketball, cheerleading, choir, parent teacher league and more. Not only are the children loved and supported by the school staff but the church family contributes with time, money and prayers! If you are thinking of private school, check this one out!'
My children have attended this school from kindergarten. The teachers are all highly skilled, dedicated and caring professionals. Each strives to provide encouragement to each individual child. The principle knows each child by name and is very involved in the classroom environment. I highly recommend this school to every parent
St. Paul's Lutheran School is the best elementary/middle school for miles! I send my three children there and there has been a dramatic difference in my children's attitude and academic accomplishments since they started last year. I have nothing but wonderful comments concerning the caring teachers/faculty of this school. There is plenty of one on one attention given to each child in a safe, Christian environment. The tuition is very affordable and sometimes financial assistance is available for those who need it. St. Paul's offers extracurricular activities and after school care as well. Top notch