St. Paul Lutheran School is proud to offer a Christ-centered, high-quality academic environment for our students. Traditional subjects, as well as religion classes, are taught daily. In an era where educational standards are being bolstered, re-tooled and re-aligned on every side, St. Paul Lutheran is proud to say that we continue to provide the same high-quality education that our parents have expected for over 125 years. Our teachers are certified by the Indiana State Board of Education and the majority of our staff have achieved Masters level degrees. Our curriculum and daily practices are guided by Indiana State Standards. Our school is a member of the Non-Public Education Association of Indiana and the Evangelical Lutheran Education Association. Students are tested 2-3 times per school year to monitor academic growth through the Northwest Evaluation Association.
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