About St. Paul's Lutheran School


St. Paul's School Strives to nurture children in the literary classics the arts, modern technology and the Christian faith in the manner of the historic Trivium and the context of Classical Lutheranism, so that the students may look to God in faith, serve one another in fervent love, and communicate the same to future generations. 

School Profile

St. Paul's Lutheran School is a classical Lutheran school serving K through eighth-grade students. St. Paul's School was established in 1903. 


Under the leadership of the school Pastor, our chapel and classroom religion classes are designed to develop student's spiritual growth, ethical responsibility using the Bible and the six chief parts. Students are expected to demonstrate these characteristics in school and in the community. A big part of our worship environment centers around daily chapel services. 

Classical Education

What is classical Lutheran Education? Classical Lutheran Education is teaching children to look to God in faith and to care for their neighbor in love by means of the Six Chief Parts and the Seven Liberal Arts. 

Campus & Facilities

St. Paul's School is located on 9035 Grant Avenue, Illinois. The campus is composed of spacious classrooms, a chapel, library, and an art studio. Each student is provided with a Chromebook to use during the school day.

Student Body

St. Paul's School seeks to enroll determined students who demonstrate good academic skills. Our goal is to develop well rounded students who think critically, persevere when challenged, and set high expectations for themselves. 


St. Paul's has a teacher to student ratio of 1 to 7 each year, and with staff, 4 to 1. There are currently three classes, K-2, 3-5, 6-8. The smaller classes ensure that every student receives the help and encouragement they need to achieve their full potential.