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Welcome to Immanuel Lutheran School

Thank you for taking the time to visit our site. As a parent, I understand and know the importance of checking all of the options when considering educational opportunities for our children. As parents we want a school where our child can learn and grow in a safe environment. At Immanuel we support the development of the whole child and focus on building students who grow in 4 key areas: Academics, Character, Faith, and Compassion. We strive to develop students who are life-long learners. Immanuel Lutheran Church is committed to supporting the tuition of all students who attend our school. 

If you would like to find out more about our school I would love to schedule a tour with you. During the tour we will walk around the building and discuss the various ways Immanuel is supporting the education of all students.  We will also discuss tuition, scholarships, and other tuition assistance programs.  In the meantime I would encourage you to click here and read about "The Case for Christian Education". 

  Thank you again for visiting and I look forward to meeting you in person!

With Joy in His Service,

Susan Cour - Admissions Counselor

Immanuel Lutheran School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin and grants them all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. Immanuel Lutheran School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, or athletic and other school-administrated programs.

Applying to Immanuel

The admissions process at Immanuel is designed to facilitate the best placement for each child. The new student admissions process begins each September for the following school year. Following is a list of steps recommended for the admissions process:

1. Schedule a tour with the Admissions Counselor to visit our campus and meet the teachers.  

     * 715-423-0272 (school) 

     * Susan Cour's e-mail

     * You can also schedule a tour by clicking here.

2. Meet the principal. (typically done during the tour)

3. Schedule a day to observe a particular grade level, if you desire. You may also schedule a "shadowing" day in which your child may participate within their specified grade level. 

4. Determine if any tuition assistance is needed and complete one or both of the following: (click below for more information as well)

      * Wisconsin Parental Choice Application (application opens February 1)

      * Financial Aid Application - FACTS

         (FACTS applications are processed in the summer. Decisions will be made      in late July and/or early August regarding assistance.)

4. Provide information that indicates your child's progress in school thus far.  

      * most recent report card from previous school

      *  IEP - Individualized Education Plan (if applicable)

      * information regarding any previous intervention type services

5. Fill out the New Student Application (an online link provided after touring) and turn it in with the following: 

      * $75 non-refundable application fee (4K-8 if not a choice applicant)