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We are excited to share a glimpse into Immanuel Lutheran School as you navigate through our website to learn more about the possibilities for your child. The educational program challenges students spiritually and academically to prepare God's children for the future. The faculty and staff are committed to partnering with families to find strategies to encourage and engage students into active learning!

Immanuel's Accreditation:

  • Missouri Nonpublic School Accrediting Association (MNSAA) accredits Missouri’s non-public schools. MNSAA supports schools in their ongoing improvement process to adopt best educational practices as these schools strive to become schools of choice. More details...

  • National Lutheran Schools Accreditation (NLSA) encourages, assists, and recognizes schools that provide quality Christian education and engage in continuous improvement. The Evidence Based Accreditation (EBA) process allows for the fulfillment this mission effectively thereby providing a valuable service to Lutheran schools.  More details...

  • Immanuel's most recent re-accreditation was in Spring of 2019.  The next re-accreditation review is scheduled for Spring of 2024.

Immanuel Student Statistics:

  • Total Enrollment = 151 students

  • Average Class Size = 13

  • 56% of our students are boys and 46% are girls

  • Our students come to us from many neighborhoods around the greater St. Louis area, representing 19 public school districts and 32 zip codes

  • Our student body is multi-culturally diverse: Caucasian - 65%, African-American - 13%, Asian - 9%, 2 or more races - 13%

  • Ninety percent of our student body are active members at one of the local Christian churches. Approximately 36% of the students are members of the sponsoring congregation, Immanuel Lutheran Church, 4% Light of Christ, 20% from other area Lutheran churches. 22% are Christian, and 18% are unchurched.

Immanuel's Faculty:

  • All teachers have 4 year education degrees and state certification.

  • 83% of the faculty hold advanced degrees

  • Average number of years teaching: 17

  • 83% are female, 17% are male

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