Grace Lutheran School is committed to assisting parents in educating their children in the saving knowledge of their Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. The forgiveness of sins purchased by Jesus is at the center of this education, including our curriculum, teaching methods and extra-curricular activities. This enables the school to educate the whole child – academic, social, physical, emotional, creative and spiritual. All children are entitled to this education; the school does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin. Grace Lutheran School strives to provide a distinctly Lutheran, strongly academic, Christ-centered education in the Fargo-Moorhead area.
Pre-Kindergarten – All children entering Pre-Kindergarten must be four years of age before July 31st.
Kindergarten – All children entering Kindergarten for the first time must be 5 years of age before July 31st.
First Grade – All children entering First Grade for the first time must be six years of age on or before July 31st. State law requires that all children enter First Grade before they are seven years of age unless they are in Kindergarten.
Grace Lutheran School reserves the right to accept or decline enrollment determined by whether the school is equipped to meet each child’s needs. Enrollment may require certain academic adjustments or even a probationary period. The school also reserves the right to determine final grade placement for any applicant or present student based on educational need.
Grace is a school of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod (LCMS) and welcomes student of all religions. All students will have daily religion classes using curriculum prepared for LCMS elementary schools. Beginning with First Grade students have memory assignments twice a week. Students will learn the six chief parts of Luther’s catechism, books of the Bible, and selected Bible verses.