Why Choose Grace?
Grace Lutheran School prepares children not only academically to face the future but the Christ centered educational experience prepares them to be loving examples of Christ in our world. Our teachers are dedicated, caring individuals who do an excellent job in nurturing and preparing the students to impact the world.
How is Grace different?
Grace Lutheran holds Christ at the center of its everyday life, existence and instruction. Grace offers not only a challenging high quality education but also provides a solid Christian foundation led by Christian role model teachers.
Who is Grace for? Who enrolls?
Grace enrolls students in Grades 3K-8th grade. Students and families do not need to be members of the congregation to attend the school. All students entering our school are screened to assure that we can meet their educational needs.
When can I take a tour of the School? Email to schedule a tour
All families interested in learning more about the school and the enrollment process are encouraged to call the school office, 262-251-7140 and speak with the school principal to arrange a time for a visit and tour of the school. These visits can take place during the day or in the evening depending on the schedule needed.
How much does it cost to send my children to Grace?
Please contact the school office 262-251-7140 for all the costs associated with attending our school.
What are School Hours?
3 year Pre K: Tues/Thurs Class and Mon/Wed/Fri Class ~ 8:15am to 10:45am
4 year Pre K: Mon - Fri ~ AM 8:15am -11:00am and PM 12:15pm - 3:00pm
Kindergarten through 8th Grade: Monday - Friday 8:00am - 3:00pm
Does Grace have special education?
We are limited in the services that we can provide. Grace Lutheran School reserves the right to withhold admission of a student should special needs exist that cannot be provided for within the school environment. We do work closely together with the local public districts in this area as well as Lutheran Special School of Milwaukee in providing assistance and direction if there is a student need.