St. John Lutheran School teaches children the Word of God, instill discipleship, develop God-given talents, prepare for Christia citizenship, and proclaim the Gospel message. We are a rural Lutheran school located in the southern part of Sheboygan County in the State of Wisconsin. Our enrollment is typically just under 100 students in grades PS-8. In addition to our preschool programs for three and four-year old children, we also offer year-round child care for children ages 3-12.
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