St. Paul Lutheran School is part of the largest Protestant parochial school system in the nation. Lutheran schools believe in quality education with an emphasis on God's love in our lives. St. Paul Lutheran offers academic programs from infant through eighth grade. Children are taught to be responsible, loving, and involved. They are taught the expectations of God's law and are comforted with the wonderful news of forgiveness through Jesus Christ. Computers, field trips, small class sizes, innovative teaching, and a quality Christian staff are the marks of our program. Students will be well prepared to advance to the next levels of their education and to meet the moral challenges they will face as children of God.
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Student Teacher Ratio
12 : 1
48% Male / 52% Female
Percentage of Student Body
Black or African American
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