31 Washington Ave.
Batavia, New York 14020
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About St. Paul:
Pre-Kindergarten through 5th grade – Student Body: 60
Average class size: 13
4 full time teachers, 2 support staff, 1 nurse
New York State certified teachers
Speech, Occupational & Physical Therapists available Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 5
Instructional technologies: Laptops in 4th & 5th Grades, Mimeo Boards in all elementary classrooms
Hot Lunch Program on Wednesdays
Spanish classes for Kindergarten to Grade 5
Early drop off at 7:45 a.m. – School begins at 8:15 a.m.
Busing available from all 11 districts: Albion, Alexander, Attica, Batavia, Byron-Bergen, Elba, Holley, LeRoy, Oakfield, Pavilion, Pembroke & Warsaw.
St. Paul Lutheran School is an accredited elementary school in New York State. The course of study meets or exceeds that of the state and is designed to prepare our students for the local public middle school. All of our elementary teachers are permanently certified by the state and all have earned master’s degrees.
We respect the public school system for the work they do. St. Paul Lutheran School does not exist in opposition to the public school system, but for the purpose of supplying the Christian education, which the public school by its very nature, is unable to provide.
St. Paul Lutheran School admits students of either sex, any race, color, national or ethnic origin or religion to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities of the school. children may enroll in the school subject to the following stipulations. The child must be three years old before December 1 of the current calendar year and must be toilet trained to be eligible for the three-year-old preschool class. The child must be four years olds before December 1 of the current calendar year to be eligible for the four-year-old class. The child must be five years old before December 1 of the current calendar year to be eligible for Kindergarten. Admission to a higher grade will be made based on recommendation of the previous teacher or by testing.
Courses of study for all subjects taught in the school are written, approved by the school board, include objectives recommended by the State of New York and the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, and are reviewed regularly. Parents may request to review instructional materials or courses of study used by the students or teachers. The principal or teachers will be happy to answer any questions about the curriculum.
Every child is God’s child and is to be treated with love, kindness, and respect.
Every child can learn. Though styles or rates of learning may vary, all children can achieve spiritual, academic, and social growth.
Every child has the right to instruction appropriate to his or her developmental level, learning style, and academic need.
Every child will receive daily instruction in all subjects mandated by the State of New York as well as religious instruction which follows the tenets of the Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod.
Registrations will be accepted after February 1 of each year. The registration and materials fee is $50 for preschool and $125 for Kindergarten and the elementary grades. This fee is in addition to the total tuition due and is non-refundable. In order to be eligible for busing, consideration for tuition assistance and scheduling of screenings, registrations should be submitted to the school administrator no later than June 1 for preschool and March 30 for Kindergarten and the elementary grades. Registrations will be accepted after these dates, however, no guarantee of busing, financial aid or screening will be made.
Registration forms are available online or at the school office located at 31 Washington Ave., Batavia, NY. If you wish to visit the school for a tour, please contact the Principal, Mrs. Ann Werk at 585-343-0488.
Forms can be downloaded by clicking here.
St. Paul Lutheran School is an outreach ministry of St. Paul Lutheran Church and as such is supported in part by the contributions of the congregation’s members. Generous contributions of individual members of St. Paul have made possible a tuition assistance fund, the product of grants and donations.
Tuition is charged of all student families with lower rates charged to members of the congregation. it is assumed that congregational members support the ministry of the church by their gifts and offerings and therefore should enjoy a reduced tuition rate.
Tuition Assistance applications are available online or at the school office. Forms should be submitted along with your registration form as early as possible, since funds are distributed on a first-come, first-serve basis. The Tuition Assistance funding is provided by individual donors and by fundraising done throughout the prior school year. Please click here to download a copy of the Tuition Assistance Application.