Honoring Christ Through Excellence
St. Paul’s Lutheran School offers an individualized education for children in Preschool through elementary grades. The students excel academically in a loving, safe, Christian environment that allows them to thrive! Our small class sizes and dedicated teachers nurture and challenge our students each and every day. St. Paul’s is accredited by NLSA and has served the Prior Lake area for over 35 years. Come and see for yourself. You’ll hear the singing and happy voices and know that the students enjoy their days at St. Paul’s!
We have opportunities for you to visit our school in the next few weeks — we look forward to meeting you!
Our Open House will feature the Science Museum of Minnesota’s Carnival of Engineering! You’re invited to St. Paul’s Lutheran School (SPLS) on Thursday, January 31st from 5:00-7:00 pm. Please register.
Join us for a magical evening at our 2nd Daddy Daughter Dance! We invite Dads, Grandpas, Uncles & other special persons to join us for a night full of dancing, crafts, snacks and fun. You’ll also get a photo of your memorable night! This event is open to the community and all ages are welcome! Cost is $30 per couple ($10 for each additional daughter with $50 household maximum). Register today!
On February 21st at 7pm, Rich Frieder from LearningRx will present “Unlock the Einstei Inside: Applying Brain Research to Wake Up the Smart in Your Child”. This course is recommended for educators and parents seeking knowledge and understanding of the effects cognitive skills – visual and auditory processing, working and long-term memory, and attention skills, among others – have on learning. Attendees will receive knowledge as well as practical strategies to apply in the home or classroom. The course is fun and interactive and includes information about new brain research and how it affects today’s learners. The workshop also provides methods and tools in detecting students with weak cognitive skills and tools to strengthen these skills. Register here.
Join us March 28th at 7pm for the presentation “Understanding Alzheimer’s and Dementia”. Alzheimer’s disease is not a normal part of aging. If someone you know is affected by Alzheimer’s disease or dementia, it’s time to learn the facts. This program provides information on detection, causes and risk factors, stages of the disease, treatment, and much more. Register here.
The students did a wonderful job sharing the joy of the season with everyone!