Our School enrolls children who are in Kindergarten through 4rd Grade.
Our age cut-off date is August 1. Class size is 15 students.
Monday through Friday, 9 am to 3 pm
Our tuition is $5,900 per year. There is a one-time $100 Registration fee. We do not anticipate charging additional book fees, technology fees, etc.
Tuition may be paid in 43 weekly payments of $138, or in 10 monthly installments of $590.
Parents who pay for the entire year's tuition during the first month of School, may deduct $200 from the total cost of the annual tuition. Families with two or more children registered in the program will pay full tuition for the first child. Tuition for the second child will equal 80% of full tuition. Tuition for a third child and additional children would be 50% of full tuition.
We realize that family financial resources may vary greatly. Before ruling out the possibility of attending due to financial reasons, we invite you to communicate with us, and seek out the use of our Scholarship funds which are set up for the purposes of making our school affordable. There is both a general scholarship fund, as well as an additional scholarship resource for members of Christ Lutheran, and members of sister LCMS congregations.
To register, complete our two-page registration form, and return with the $100 Registration Fee to reserve your place. This fee is non-refundable. There is a Health Form that must be returned to us at least one week before the start of classes. It can be found on the Registration page.
The School year operates with the same school year and vacation days as the Houston County Schools. In 2023, that first day of school is August 3.
You are welcome to call and arrange an onsite visit and orientation at a time that is convenient.
We are here to serve students, parents, and families. If we can serve yours, please contact us via phone or text at (478) 397-5914, or via E-mail at email@example.com
Our fax number is 801-992-6016.
Christ Lutheran Church is a member of the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod, a national church body of some 6,200 congregations and 2,400 Lutheran Schools and Preschools. The Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod (LCMS) operates the 2nd largest Christian parochial school system in the United States. Early in its history, the LCMS had more Lutheran schools than churches, as the priority of many pioneers was to build a Christian school for their children first, followed by the building of a church. Christ Lutheran congregation was organized in 2006. The congregation completed its current facility in 2012.