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SHARE, & LEARN

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DPI PRIVATE SCHOOL CHOICE

In order to help all families give their children the gift of a Christian education, St. Paul participates in the Wisconsin Parental Choice Program. The state will conduct a lottery and if your child's name is selected, you will receive a voucher to attend St. Paul at no cost to the family. 

  • Partnering with Parents

    St. Paul Lutheran School desires to build a culture where parents and teachers partner in providing the finest education possible for the young people entrusted to their care.

  • Philosophy & Mission

    The mission of St. Paul Lutheran School is to teach children and their families about God's plan of salvation, to guide them in applying their faith to their lives, and to share that faith with others through an excellent Christ-centered curriculum and environment.

  • Eagles Newsletter

    The Eagle is a communication from St. Paul Lutheran School to St. Paul families about events and activities throughout the year.

  • Staff & Teachers

    St. Paul Lutheran School desires to build a culture where parents and teachers partner in providing the finest education possible for the young people entrusted to their care.

  • Vision & Objectives

    The mission of St. Paul Lutheran School is to teach children and their families about God's plan of salvation, to guide them in applying their faith to their lives, and to share that faith with others through an excellent Christ-centered curriculum and environment.

S.O.A.R. EXPECTATIONS &

OUR SCHOOL

Because of God’s amazing grace and love for us, we can demonstrate the fruits of the Spirit by being: 

 

  • Safe 

  • Optimistic

  • Accountable

  • Respectful

 

“But those who hope in the Lord will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint.” - Isaiah 40:31

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