St. Pauls school provide a safe, nurturing and structured environment for students to learn, make friends and live as a disciple of Jesus Christ in this life and the next. The curriculum of St. Pauls Lutheran School is integrated into the Christian framework to prepare children to live integrated Christian lives. The curriculum is approved by and meets or exceeds the standards of the State Department of Education. The Early Childhood program (3 year old through K-5) are taught in self-contained classrooms. Limited departmentalization occurs in the Elementary grades 1-5. The Middle School grades (6-8) are departmentalized. offers a developmentally appropriate Early Childhood Program that begins with age 3. Our entrance age requirement is September 1 for the three year old, four year old, and five year old. It is our desire that children develop to the potential that God has planned for them. We can best enhance that process by providing a healthy and educationally appropriate experience in our Early Childhood Program.
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