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Our Academics

St. Paul Lutheran school offers a rich, well rounded learning experience. Every classroom is equipped with Google Chromebooks and an interactive board to assist in the learning environment. Check out below to see what students at our school are learning!

Students in grades K-4 learn from Houghton Mifflin's Journeys reading curriculum.  They also have reading fluency and comprehension exams three times a year.

Students in grades 5-8 are novel based with skill and comprehension packets to follow the novels.


Our English curriculum in grades 5-8 is developed by Loyola Press, called Voyages. This includes both grammar and writing. Students develop from phonics, to learning the parts of speech, to writing their own, high school ready papers.

Students in Grades K-4 use the Grammar and Writing components that come with the Journeys Curriculum.


Every classroom is using Into Math by HMH. Into Math is a curriculum designed to propel growth for every student. It includes both digital and print resources to help meet the needs of each learner.


Students in Grades K-8 use Foss Science. It uses a student-first approach and meets NGSS Standards. Its goal is to make students active participants rather than passive spectators.

Social Studies

We use Into Social Studies  for K-4 and HMH Social Studies for our 5-8 grade students. This premiere curriculum offers both hard copies and many digital resources allowing students to make wonderful use of technology during and after class.


Every classroom has several enrichment classes that are taught as well. Every student can expect to have music, art, technology, Spanish, and physical education classes. Many teachers also offer extras in areas that they are passionate in.


As a member of the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS) all of our teachings and classes are consistent with the their stated beliefs. Students in grades K-6 learn through Christ-Light, a curriculum published by the WELS to help students grow in their understanding of the Bible.

Students in Grades 5-6 take a deep dive into the Gospel accounts and the book of Genesis. They leave with a thorough understanding of God's Word. They also begin Catechism classes based on Luther's Catechism.

Students in Grades 7-8 take a look at what it means to be a Christian in this world and how to live their faith. Students also finish Catechism, the study of the main truths of the Bible.

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