Welcome

St. Paul’s Lutheran School exists today through the grace of God and the unwavering faith  of our church’s founding members. Wanting to continue the long-standing Lutheran tradition  of providing an exemplary Christian education for their children, grandchildren, and the  community, St. Paul’s Lutheran School opened its doors to its first students in 1950. The  goal of SPLS today remains the same as when it first began – to prepare children for this  life and the next.


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St. Paul's offers a computer curriculum to students in Kindergarten through 8th grade. Students learn to use the computer as a tool. Students are instructed in Microsoft Word, Power Point, Excel, and Access.

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St. Paul's School is equipped with an interactive Smart Board in each classroom, P4 through 8th grade. We offer a challenging academic curriculum, including Foreign Language, as well as Art, Physical Education, Computers, and Music.

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A variety of after school activities are offered for Middle School students including Math Lab, Art Club, Science Club, Band, Choir, and various Athletics.

We are preparing and sending God's people to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ and to make a Christ-like difference everywhere we go.

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    Consecration Sunday is Coming!

    Saturday, October 6th at 5 PM, and Sunday, October 7th at 8 and 10:30 AM Mark that date on your calendar as a time of spiritual growth, fellowship, and commitment here at St. Paul’s. October 7th will be “Consecration Sunday,” the culmination of a biblically based stewardship education and commitment...

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    A Midweek Journey through Lent

    February 14 – March 30 Lent is the journey we make as we travel with Christ to Jerusalem, where He will face the cross and the grave for us. This year’s theme focuses upon the journey, though perhaps not in the way we usually walk it. Our overall theme is “Return from Exile: A Lenten Journey.” The b...

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