Offering Christian Education for Preschool thru 8th Grade.

Entrance Requirements

See the requirements below for the following ages and grades. We look forward to talking to you about enrollment at Zion.

Preschool 3's

Date of Birth & Requirements

Must be 3 on or before August 1st and be fully potty trained.


Age & Date of Birth Requirement

Must be age 4 on or before August 1st and be fully potty trained.


Age & Date of Birth Requirement

Must be age 5 on or before
August 1st

Additional Requirements for all students:

  • Parents must submit a copy of each child’s birth certificate, current Immunization Records, complete online application, Financial Agreement online form, Home Language Survey, Payment Options form, Background check, and t-shirt form.
  • For new students enrolling in grades K-8, parents must complete an application for enrollment, present the last report card, previous testing results and all other standardized test records, and other educational records/testing from the school previously attended. Enrollment is not considered final until the child’s school records are received and reviewed by the school.
  • Behavior, conduct, and attendance records from previous schools are required prior to admission.
  • If a student has been expelled from a previous school, he/she will not be eligible for admission for the current school year or until the required days out of school have been met.
  • All new students will be assessed prior to admission.
  • All new families enrolling students in grades K-8 will meet with the Principal for an interview prior to admission.
  • Zion Lutheran reserves the right to admit students on probation or conditional status. All new students enrolled will be on a probationary period for the first nine weeks. Anytime during the nine weeks, the teacher, principal, and parents/guardians will go over academic performance and behavioral expectations determined by the school administration. Students who do not meet these requirements will be asked to seek educational arrangements other than Zion Lutheran School.
    The Admissions Committee reserves the right to make the final decisions regarding enrollment.
    is the objective of Zion Lutheran School to provide a full-time Christian education. Candidates for admission to Zion Lutheran School must acknowledge that Zion is a ministry of the LCMS. We teach the doctrine and practices in accordance with the LCMS.
  • Zion Lutheran School, a non-profit 501(c)(3) elementary school, accepts students both within Zion’s church congregation as well as those who are not.
  • Admission to Zion Lutheran is reliant on the availability of the appropriate educational program that fits the needs of the student. Zion Lutheran does not have specialized facilities to cater to students with significant learning differences. We will assess students on a case-by-case basis to find the appropriate learning environment geared for success. We reserve the right to deny admission to students that we cannot properly service in our educational setting.
  • Zion Lutheran School reserves the right to evaluate students to determine their grade-level readiness.
  • Parents must apply for each student each year for admission.

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

Early Registration Process

Begins in January

Returning Student Registration

Begins in February

New Student Registration

Class Lottery

If enrolled exceeds class size, a lottery will be held in accordance with the admissions priorities policy.

First Come, First Serve

After priority enrollment period, all future enrollments will be accepted on a first come, first service basis.

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.