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About St. Paul's School, Onalaska
What are you looking for in a school for your child? Since parents love their children deeply, it isn’t surprising they seek a school where their child will be loved. Jesus loves everyone, and he empowers those he loves to love others. The St. Paul’s staff loves their students because Jesus first loved them. Each of the children in our classrooms is a gift from God. We cherish the opportunities we have to share the love of Jesus each and every day.
St. Paul's Lutheran School is a Christian day school serving preschool through grade 8. We are also proud to be part of the Luther High School association, a Christian high school located a few blocks from our campus in Onalaska, Wisconsin. Our dedicated Christian teachers are serious in helping each child grow, no matter the starting point. We offer instructional support for delayed and advanced learners. Throughout the entire school day, students are surrounded with a biblically-based worldview.
Our school theme for the 2018-2019 school year is from First Peter. Jesus tells his disciples that people will hate them for being his followers (Mark 13:13). The faith of Christians has been and will continue to be under attack. Our source of truth, hope, and peace are in Scripture alone. Christians study Scripture regularly to prepare themselves to respond to the attacks. Our theme for 2018-2019 - It All Began With God - prepares us to answer the threats to our faith regarding creation.
“Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have.” 1 Peter 3:15
St. Paul's Lutheran School in Onalaska, WI has received accreditation by both the National Council for Private School Accreditation and the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod School Accreditation. These national accreditations demonstrate that our school has met standards for quality educational programming, maintaining a qualified faculty and effective school organization, assessing outcomes of school experiences, responding to concerns of parents and needs of the school community, providing for the continuity of its program and planning for our future, and developing plans and activities for continuous school improvement.