Our Shepherd Lutheran School

Admissions Process & Policy

Admissions Process & Policy

 

Our Shepherd Lutheran School will begin accepting applications for the 2018-2019 school year on January 26, 2018. New students may apply for the 2018-2019 school year by completing the Application for Enrollment form and turning it in to the school office along with the Application fee of $250.

Parents are then asked to gather information to complete the student files with copies of applicable paperwork such as birth certificate, immunization record, report card, and previous standardized testing report.  All new families should meet with the principal as well. Kindergarten age children who do not attend Our Shepherd Lutheran Preschool must be screened by our Kindergarten teacher to determine Kindergarten readiness. Screenings are scheduled by appointment with the school office.  Kindergarten screening fee is $50 and is then applied to the $250 Application fee.

Testing dates for prospective students for Kindergarten through 8th grade are scheduled at Our Shepherd Lutheran School year round by appointment.  Once the testing process is completed, the file will be reviewed and an enrollment letter will be mailed.

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Admission Requirements

Preschool 3s: 3 years old by September 1 (must be potty-trained)

Preschool 4s: 4 years old by September 1

Kindergarten: 5 years old by September 1

*First grade and above must provide a transcript of previous passing status and meet all testing requirements.

For additional information please contact Missy Macavage, Admissions Counselor, at (248) 645-0551 or macavagem@ourshepherd.net

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Our Shepherd Lutheran School in Birmingham, Michigan admits students of any race, color, national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded to their students.  Our Shepherd Lutheran School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in the administration of its policies and programs.