St Paul Lutheran School

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St. Paul School at a Glance

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St. Paul Lutheran School Ann Arbor is a coeducational Christian and private school for students ages six weeks through grade 8. It was founded in 1964 by St. Paul Lutheran Church. Our students come from a variety of denominations and admissions is selective.
God calls us to gather people around His Word, to grow together in faith, and go out inspired to gather. 


St. Paul Ann Arbor is proud to hold full accreditation at all levels.
National Lutheran Schools Association (NLSA)
Michigan Association of Non-public Schools (MANS)
National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) - Liberty Campus


St. Paul Ann Arbor is affiliated with several Ann Arbor Christian and Ann Arbor private school organizations.
Lutheran Church Missouri Synod
Michigan Association of Non-public Schools (MANS)
The Michigan District of the Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod
National Lutheran Schools Association (NLSA)

Total: 331
Early Childhood (6 weeks - Preschool 4) - 125
Elementary/Middle (Kindergarten - Grade 8) - 196



St. Paul School Ann Arbor is made up of two beautiful, safe campuses. Our Infant/Toddler House is located at our church campus at 420 W. Liberty Street in downtown Ann Arbor at the corner of Liberty and Third Street. Our Preschool through 8th-grade campus is conveniently located on the east side of Ann Arbor at the intersection of M23 and Geddes Road. just up the hill from Concordia University.


Blue and Gold



  1. Strong Spiritual Foundation

Christian schools offer a Christ-centered learning environment that is grounded in biblical truths. Your child’s faith in God and his growth in the knowledge of this world, God’s world, is our number one priority. St. Paul School provides the framework to help children discover and understand the truth about the world around them, and then equips them to pursue knowledge and life from a Christian perspective.

  1. Academic Excellence and Individualized Instruction

Students at St. Paul consistently out-perform their peers in public, charter and private schools. Their standardized test scores are above the curve, and students are well prepared for high-school upon graduation. 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. Our desire is that they succeed in the classroom and beyond. The integration of God's word impacts curriculum design, from science and math to language arts and history.  

  1. The Support and Love of a Christian Community

Our student body is made up 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. Students learn to love others the way that Jesus loved, with respect, kindness and forgiveness. Parents at St. Paul are surrounded by others who share their values of Christian love and service. In addition to encouraging a partnership between parents and Christian teachers, St. Paul encourages an environment in which families and other community members can come together to support and encourage one another.

  1. Exemplary Teachers

Students at St. Paul perform well in the classroom in part because they have teachers who care deeply for them and pray for them daily. These teachers have given their life to the service of God through teaching. They will pray for your child, listen to your child, and be there for you, too, as we partner together to prepare your child for the future. In addition, all St. Paul teachers are highly qualified and professionally certified through the state of Michigan.

  1. Parental Involvement is Welcome

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. We know that you are the primary educators of your children, and we identify education as a cooperative venture. Our faculty and staff will welcome your child into a safe environment. We will partner with you. Parent participation is encouraged in school activities, and our integrated communication systems encourage open exchanges. Our experienced faculty is anxious to share in this next journey of life with you during your children’s years at St. Paul School.