Discover the Difference

in the classroom and in your child

St. Paul’s Lutheran School provides a loving Christian environment for all children 4K through 8th grade. We strive to provide the highest quality Christian education for our students and families. As early as preschool, your child’s education will be continuously tailored to his or her individual learning style. Small class sizes allow our teachers to attend to students needs and offer support for those who need it and enrich those who are ready to move forward.

We will invest in your child and help them build a strong academic and spiritual foundation that will prepare them to live in the world as servant leaders and bold witnesses for Jesus Christ. They will develop the necessary skills, traditional values, and the moral compass needed to navigate our ever-changing world. When your child graduates from St. Paul’s, they will be strong in their faith and well prepared for what lies ahead.

St. Paul’s Lutheran School is proud to be a member of the Wisconsin Parental Choice Program. This program opens the door for families of all economic backgrounds to take part in the high-quality Christian education and programs we offer.

Open Enrollment for School Choice is now closed.


Enroll your child at St. Paul’s Lutheran School today!

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Are getting ready to send your child to preschool? Download our free guide to help you prepare.

Wondering what to expect in Kindergarten? Download this free guide and find out!

Download this year’s viewbook and learn more about how St. Paul’s Lutheran School and Christian education will benefit your child throughout his or her life.

Non-Discrimination Policy

St. Paul’s Lutheran School admits students of any race, color, gender, disability, age, national or ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, disability, age, national or ethnic origin in the administration of its education policies, scholarship or loan programs, and athletic or other school administered programs (F1501)