“Train a child in the way he should go; and when he is old he will not turn from it.”
Our Zion Lutheran School mission is “Educating for Eternity.” Our goal is to meet the needs of the whole child – spiritual, intellectual, social, physical, and emotional. Jesus Christ permeates every aspect of the school’s instruction and work. We have the obligation and the privilege of presenting the truths of the Holy Scripture to each student.
Parents are the first teachers of their children and we work with them to instill Christian ideals and principals. Our teachers are assistants to, and not substitutes for, the child’s parent. Together we will work to help each child fulfill God’s vision for their future.
Preschool hours are from 8:15 am to 11:30 am.
Three year old students attend on Tuesday,Wednesday and Thursday.
Four and five year old students attend Monday through Friday.
Elementary & Middle School
8:15 am to 3:15 pm on Monday through Friday.
Your application process begins with an Educational Success Consultation with Head Teacher, Sara Nielsen. Call our office to schedule your visit. 402-462-5012
The Education Success Consultation at Zion Lutheran School is to support your family in making the best educational decisions for your children. After your consultation you will be given a tour of the school where at the time you can schedule your child’s “shadow” day with one of our students in the same grade.
During your FREE Educational Success Consultation with Head Teacher, Sara Nielsen she will get to know your family and understand your goals for your children and as a family. We will be able to answer questions, review school policies and discuss the school’s and parent roles. Zion Lutheran School Board will review the applicants and will be notifies of admissions by the committee by phone.
Zion Lutheran School admits students of any race, color, nationality, or origin to all rights, privileges, program and activities generally accorded to students at Zion Lutheran School. Zion Lutheran School does not discriminate on the basis of race in administration of its educational policies, scholarship program and any other school program.