Sheboygan Area Lutheran Schools

Providing a Christ-centered Education for Tomorrow’s Leaders

The schools listed below comprise the Sheboygan Area Lutheran School Association. These schools work with parents to provide a Christian education for the children of Sheboygan County. Our schools are characterized by a rich history of high quality instruction in academic areas with a vital emphasis on the spiritual life of each child. Bible Study, prayers, and devotions are an integral part of every day. We welcome the opportunity to serve your family by providing a Christ-centered education for the precious child in your home. Please contact us today to learn more about our schools or to schedule a visit.

Bethlehem Lutheran School
PreK3 - Grade 8
1121 Georgia Ave, Sheboygan [Map]
Patrick Vanic, Principal [Email]
(920) 452-5071 · ourbethlehem.com

St. John Lutheran School
PreK3 - Grade 8
W5407 CTH SS, Random Lake [Map]
Brad Jentsch, Principal [Email]
(920) 994-9190 · stjohnrandomlake.org

Immanuel Lutheran School
PreK3 - Grade 8
1626 Illinois Ave, Sheboygan [Map]
Heidi Wallner, Principal [Email]
(920) 452-9681 · immanuel-school.com

St. Paul Lutheran School
PreK3 - Grade 8
1819 N. 13th Street, Sheboygan [Map]
Wendy Kretschmar, Principal [Email]
(920) 452-6882 · stpaulsheboygan.org

St. John Lutheran School
PreK3 - Grade 8
222 N. Stafford Street, Plymouth [Map]
Jay Lindsey, Principal [Email]
(920) 893-5114 · sjlplymouth.com

Trinity Lutheran School
PreK3 - Grade 8
824 Wisconsin Avenue [Map]
Greg Becker, Principal [Email]
(920) 458-8248 · trinitysheboygan.org

Sheboygan Area
Lutheran High School
Grades 9 - 12
3323 University Drive [Map]
Paul Gnan, Executive Director [Email]
Al Holzheimer, Principal [Email]
(920) 452-3323 · lutheranhigh.com

Read more about Christian schools in
these articles from in the Sheboygan Press.

Article 1: Christian schools in Sheboygan County offer a unique educational option

Article 2: Mix of ages in Christian schools offers several benefits for students

Article 3: Christian schools stress leadership

Article 4: Cost of tuition for Christian schools pays dividends down the road