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SPLHS offers a well-rounded education with extracurricular activities and financial aid options.
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Statement of Non-Discrimination

St. Paul Lutheran High School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities. generally accorded or made available to students at the school.  It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, and athletic and other administered programs.

Admissions of First-Time Freshmen Students

Admission is open to students that have completed grade eight.  At a consultation with the administrator or Counselor, the previous academic and personal history of the student is reviewed and eligibility for admission is determined.  A primary consideration for enrollment is the desire for a Christian school setting for the student.

Admission of Transfer Students

Unless a student is new to the area, transfer of students currently in high school is restricted to the period at the beginning of each semester of the school year.  Students moving into the area may be accepted for admission if a program can be designed for the student that will meet that student's needs.  Continuation of classes will be a major factor in the decision.  Parents and students should be aware that mid-term transfers will require special attention to ensure successful completion of the transfer process.

Transfer students will be considered for admission on the basis of past academic records, disciplinary history, attendance records and recommendations from former teachers and school administrators.  A primary factor in the consideration of a transfer enrollment will be the family's desire for a Christian education.

Enrolling at St. Paul Lutheran High School

  1. CLICK HERE or use the "Online Application" tab above.

  2. All students are accepted on a one-year basis unless probationary conditions are indicated.  A new application form is to be completed each year.

  3. All students pay a $200 non-refundable enrollment fee.  $25 is due at the time the application is submitted, and the balance of $175 will be due before August 1, 2024.  The non-refundable enrollment fee is not applied towards tuition.

  4. Tuition for the 2024-2025 school year is set at $7,250.  Payment plans are available.

  5. Each family is required to pay a $200 building fee, in addition to the enrollment fee and tuition.

Payment Plans

We have three payment plans available: full upfront payment, two semester payments, or ten monthly payments.


In order to offset initial costs incurred by the school in setting up a program of instruction and providing instructional materials for a student, 10% of the total tuition due for the year will be retained by the school upon the transfer or withdrawal of a student. In addition, a per-day tuition cost will be charged by the school for each completed day of the school year in which the student has been enrolled.

Enrollment Fee

All students pay a $200 non-refundable enrollment fee.  $25 is due at the time the application is submitted, and the balance of $175 will be due before August 1, 2024. This fee is not applied towards tuition.

Tuition Assistance

Tuition assistance is awarded to families that qualify on the basis of ability and need determined by information provided on the Grant & Aid Assessment from FACTS.  Information about this online application process is included in this packet.

It is important that the student has completed the enrollment steps and filled the Grant & Aid Assessment from FACTS by April 1, 2024 to be considered.  Applications for tuition assistance received after the first round of awards has been made will be considered on the basis of available funds.

Each student will be expected to pay a minimum of $1,500 in tuition.  Additional tuition assistance will be determined by information provided to the school from FACTS and by the amount of funding available.

SPLHS Graduation Requirements: A visual representation of the criteria for successful completion of high school at SPLHS.
SPLHS Curriculum: Empowering students through comprehensive and engaging educational programs.
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