Growing in Faith, Learning with Love.

Building Lasting Foundations

Zion Lutheran School believes in educating the whole child – spiritually, academically, physically, emotionally, and socially. Education should first help students to understand who they are as unique and divinely created children of God. This understanding gives rise to a need in students to fully develop their gifts and talents with which they have been blessed by our God.

Teachers and others – parents, administrators, Board members and staff – aid this development by working to provide an affirming, disciplined, Christ-centered environment. Faith and learning are integrated in every aspect of Zion Lutheran School thus preparing students for servant leadership in our society.

Preschool 3's

Must be age 3 on or before August 1st & Fully Potty Trained.

This class is designed for our youngest learners, providing a warm and nurturing environment where children can explore and grow. At this developmental stage, our focus is on fostering social skills, confidence, and encouraging curiosity through play-based learning.Through hands-on activities, storytelling, music, and art, children begin their educational journey with a strong foundation.


Must be age 4 on or before August 1st & Fully Potty Trained.

Our Pre-Kindergarten program is for children who are preparing to transition to kindergarten. This class emphasizes the development of academic and social skills in a Christ-centered setting. The curriculum is designed to challenge and engage young learners with activities that promote critical thinking, creativity, and problem-solving.

Zion does not offer a waiver concerning set start dates as provided by the State of Indiana.

Admissions Disclaimer

We accept students with membership at Zion and students from our community. Zion accepts students of any race, color, nationality, disability, and ethnic origin with all rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students of the school. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, nationality, disability, or ethnic origin in the administration of educational policies, athletic, and other school-administered programs.

Admissions Priority

It is the objective of Zion Lutheran School to provide full-time Christian education to as many children as possible. However, limitations of facilities and student needs dictate that a system of priorities is necessary. Students will be generally accepted in the following order.

Priority Order

As of 2024-2025 School Year according to Parent & Student Handbook

How can we help?

Hello, my name is Angie Singer, I am the Director of the preschool programs at Zion Lutheran School. I am dedicated to nurturing each child's growth in a faith-filled environment. It's my mission to ensure that our programs provide the highest quality education rooted in Christian values, helping every young learner thrive.

I am here to help you with any questions that you may have about our programs.

Angie Singer

Preschool Director


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