Private Christian School in Ann Arbor

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    Welcome to St. Paul! Thank you for trusting us to provide an appropriate educational setting for your child and for supporting us in this educational process. We are pleased to partner with you, and our experienced faculty is anxious to share this next journey of life with you during this school year.

    Your child’s faith in God and his growth in the knowledge of this world, God’s world, is our number one priority. We pledge to work diligently with you and support you as parents just as you support us as educators. Our faculty strives to provide the appropriate educational settings and lessons to discover the strengths and needs of each student and works with your child as they develop academically. We desire that they succeed in the classroom and beyond.

    Our student body comprises students from St. Paul, from the community at large and indeed from the national and international community. As a Christian school, we welcome all of God’s children to our school family and want them, and you as parents, to feel that you belong to this wonderful family of God, the family we call St. Paul Lutheran School.

    Parenting is not easy and today’s families face time pressures, work expectations, technological advances and diverse worldviews. It takes a lot of energy, skill, patience and prayer to be an effective parent and we all fall short at times. Our school can help your family. Our faculty and staff will welcome your child into a safe environment. Our teachers will pray for your child, listen to your child, and be there for you as we partner to prepare your child for the future.

    Your child has unique gifts and abilities, and we know you have dreams and plans for the future. It is our joy as educators to develop those gifts while teaching them all the skills necessary for a successful future. Together, parents, students, and teachers, and with the Lord’s blessing, we will all grow in His grace. God bless our St. Paul family.

    In Christ’s Service and Yours,

    Bob Burgess

    Our Mission

    God calls us to gather people around His Word, grow together in faith and love, and go as servants who follow Jesus.

    Our Vision

    Through an intentional Christ-centered approach, St. Paul Lutheran School will provide a premier education in a nurturing environment to a diverse student body.

    Why Choose St. Paul Lutheran School?
    Testimonials From Our St. Paul Lutheran School Family
    Frequently Asked Questions

     No, everyone is welcome at St. Paul Ann Arbor, regardless of church or religious affiliation.

     Yes, we offer student care services for students in kindergarten through eighth grade. Our hours of operation are from 7:00 a.m. - 8:00 a.m. and 3:15 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. in the Fine Arts Room. Our fees are $5.25 per hour for the first child, $4.75 per hour for the second child, and $2.50 for every additional child.

    Yes, St. Paul has a vibrant athletic program. The following sports are open to students beginning in 4th grade. Fall: Coed Cross Country and Girls Volleyball. Winter: Basketball (boys and girls) and girls Cheer—spring: Coed Track and Field.

    The elementary and middle school day begins at 8:15 a.m. and ends at 3:15 p.m. Early dismissal days begin at 8:15 a.m. and end at 11:30 a.m. The school office is open from 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday on all school days. Preschool schedules vary. Please feel free to call with any questions or concerns during office hours. Teachers are available after 3:30 p.m., or you may call the office and leave a message.

     Yes, for elementary and middle school students. St. Paul Lutheran School is uniquely set apart as a Christian school. As such, we believe that a standard of dress contributes to a more positive school climate with a focus on academics, a feeling of community among all of our students, and an individual's ability to let one's personality shine through without the distraction of competitive clothing. The basic dress standard is pants, skirts, shorts, skorts, or jumpers that are blue, black, khaki, or stone colored. Shirts may be any color but must be turtleneck or polo style. There should not be any logos on the shirts except the official St. Paul logo.

     Our students live in several counties, including but not limited to Washtenaw, Lenawee, Wayne, and Livingston, and a variety of cities, including Ann Arbor, Dexter, Chelsea, Walled Lake, Brighton, Northville, Livonia, Canton, Saline, Milan, Ypsilanti, Bellville, and Manchester. Therefore, bus services are not available to our students. Many families use carpools for transportation. The school office can assist you after enrollment with obtaining a potential carpool list.


    St. Paul Preschool
    420 W. Liberty st.
    Ann Arbor, MI 48103
    (734) 668-0887

    St. Paul Lutheran School
    495 Earhart Rd.
    Ann Arbor, MI 48105
    (734) 665-0604