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Carroll Lutheran School

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Started in 1996 as a dream of the Westminster Conference of Pastors of the Delaware/Maryland Synod of the ELCA, CLS opeened its doors in September 2000, with 38 students and 3 teachers. During those first years, CLS met at St. Benjamin’s Lutheran Church in Westminster. In January 2007, the school moved to its own location on Route 140 just outside of Westminster.

 

Christ Lutheran Church and School

•You must complete the forms and submit them together with the application fee to our school office.
•You will be contacted by the school to set up a screening/testing appointment.
•The principal evaluates the test results as well as all other information and will make the final decision. This process may include parent and student interviews as well as input from teachers on staff who have been involved in the testing process or whose input will help determine student placement.
•Once enrolled, all new students are automatically placed on probation for a period of at least five weeks.

Please note the following: Children entering Kindergarten and First Grade must be five and six years old by September 1, respectively.

If you are interested in applying to Christ Lutheran School, please complete and return the application packet along with the $55.00 Application/Testing Fee. The principal or teacher involved in testing will call you to set an appointment. Should any questions arise, please contact Michelle Fett, our school secretary, or Samantha Fulton, in our Admissions and Marketing Department at (310) 831-0848.

Our Saviour Lutheran Kindergarten-Preschool

Our Saviour has maintained an elementary school for decades. During the 1990’s an additional Preschool was opened and maintained at Zoar Lutheran Church in Elmwood Park. Following the decision to combine Our Saviour’s elementary school with 3 others to form the Lutheran Unity School Association ( http://lutheranunity.com/ ), we combined the Early Childhood programs in the former elementary school building.

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