Enrollment & Re-Enrollment Information

ONLINE ENROLLMENT FOR K-8 ONLY.

To enroll for Early Childhood, call (314) 822-9219.

To enroll for Parent's Day Out, call (314) 822-0347.

We're thrilled that you're considering enrolling your child at St. Paul's Lutheran School. Details are below and registration is now easier than ever. 

Enrollment Process

Enrollment at St. Paul’s Lutheran School includes the completion of an Application for Admission with a non-refundable enrollment fee, an interview with the Principal, and the most recent report card (Gr. 1-8 transfer students).  Previous school and immunization records and a physical are also required of all new students to St. Paul’s.  Children entering Kindergarten must be five years old before August 1st.

Class size in grades 5-8 is limited to twenty-nine students per class for single session classes, and twenty-five per class for grades 1-4.  The limit in kindergarten is twenty students.

Priority for enrollment is as follows:

1.)  Students and families currently enrolled in Grades K -8;  

2.)  St. Paul’s Lutheran Church members;  

3.)  Students with no church membership;  

4.)  Students who are Lutheran, but not members of St. Paul’s;  

5.)  Students who are members of another Church.

Re-enrollment is to be completed by March 15 to ensure enrollment for the coming school year and can be done online through our FastDirect system. To re-enroll your child, click here and choose "Registration" on the left menu. Ensure that you are logged in to complete.  A non-refundable re-enrollment fee is collected each year.

When classes are held in two sections, class assignments are made at the end of the school year for the following fall.  They are announced in an issue of the Summer School Bulletin.  Assignments are made by the teachers of the current and next year’s classes in consultation with the Resource Teacher.  Consideration is given to the following:  equal numbers of boys and girls, previous mix of students, a mix of student academic ability and learning styles, student behavior, and organizational needs.     

St. Paul’s School admits students of any race, color, nationality, and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities afforded or made available to students of the school.  St. Paul’s does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, nationality, and ethnic origin in the administration of our educational policies, administration of our admission policies, athletics, and other school administered programs.

REFERENCE FORMS & INFORMATION

Please see our calendar page for a list of important school dates by clicking here.

For more forms, including physical and medication forms, please visit our forms page by clicking here.

Recruitment Incentive Program

School families and staff can learn more about the School Board's Recruitment Incentive Plan for Tuition Reduction program by clicking here.  Can we help you pay your tuition next year?