Immanuel Lutheran School
Immanuel prepares children to both compete and build community. We are fully accredited by the National Lutheran School Accreditation as well as the National Federation of Non-Public Schools. A sizable percentage of the past valedictorians at Washington High School have been graduates of our school. We welcome you to visit our school and talk with Nick or the teachers about enrolling your child in our preschool, prekindergarten, kindergarten or any of the eight grades.
Mr. Nick Hopfensperger serves as principal at Immanuel Lutheran School. He helps teachers and parents prepare their children academically, socially, and spiritually for living out their faith in their family and in the secular world.
Our current school families can access FastDirect, the secure school administration software, by clicking on the link above. FastDirect is an online program that allows the school office to track tuition payments, student grades, daily attendance, and lunch count. It also provides a simplified way for ILS families to track their child’s lunch accounts, view tuition payments that are due, and visit the sports calendar.
Early this week, a visiting team of six individuals were at ILS to review the school as part of our Accreditation process. The visiting team was very thorough in reviewing our Self-Study report and made additional recommendations for our School Improvement Plan. Below are some of the areas of strength as well as areas of growth that were noted by the Visiting Team after their review of ILS:
The Children’s Education Initiative is seeking to place an amendment on the November ballot that would allow people to receive a Missouri state tax credit for donations made to nonprofit corporations that provide funds to improve programs in public school districts, provide scholarships for students to attend parochial K-12 schools, or support special education services for children.
On March 24th and 25th, a visiting team of six individuals will be at ILS to review our school and find out more about the educational programs and ministry at ILS. Serving on this team are a retired Lutheran School principal, two current Lutheran School teachers, a retired public school teacher, and the Director of Educational Resources for the Lutheran Elementary School Association. They will be meeting with teachers, the Board of Education, and other individuals who helped prepare the Self-Study report, internal review, and drafting of the School Improvement Plan. Once complete with their visit, they will share their findings, both strengths and areas for improvement, with the staff and faculty in a exit report. Pray for them as they help our school take the next steps into the future!