We are accredited by the National Lutheran School accreditation. St. John’s Lutheran School is an accredited school offering a Christ-centered enrichment program for homeschooled children in grades K-8. We are committed to partnering with parents in training and educating children in a Christian environment.
We have a beautiful facility. Our classrooms are supplied with the highest-quality furnishings and educational material, including a SMART Board. We have a large playground with an abundance of toys and equipment for students to use. We also utilize St. John’s School gymnasium for PE class, and recess on those cold, rainy days.
Homeschooled students may join St. John’s students in the classroom and participate in the following subjects* and events.
Primary (main) Subjects
Math | Science | English Language Arts | Social Studies/History
Physical Education | Art | Band* | Music/Choir
We provide a structured school day for our students. We utilize materials that focus on best practices and developmentally appropriate practices for children while keeping in mind MN standards in reading, language, math, science, social studies. Bible stories and Jesus’ love are incorporated throughout our day.
Our teachers are committed Christians with degrees in education and are licensed by the MN Department of Education. All teachers have successfully completed a background check. Most importantly, our teachers have a love for children and a passion for teaching.
Tuition and Fees Tuition for homeschool students is determined based on course registration. Core subjects, as defined above, are $500 per school year per subject. Other middle school subjects are $300 per school year. *Some additional services and special events have additional fees.
Tuition payment may be made in full by the start of the school year, or monthly payments by automatic withdrawal can be arranged.
What Others Say
“St. John’s has been good for us. The smaller class sizes and the one on one attention … the kids are able to bond together and within a few years it is more like siblings than classmates and form strong friendships. The integration between classrooms from preschool all the way to 8th grade is so good for the kids. The smaller kids are excited to have big kid friends. As they get in to the pre-teen/teenage years it is comforting to know they have those friendships when they start to have the peer pressure and other life choices to work through. We have teachers that have impact beyond the classrooms, we have coaches that check in beyond the court, we have pastors and staff that are always readily available which has resulted in a well rounded team that know my kids, not just by their names but truly know them and can tell if something is off with them. Both of my boys are able to learn about God, build their faith, be held accountable, learn core values along with getting an outstanding education.” -- Parent of Kindergarten and Seventh Grade Student