Frequently Asked Questions

What kind of religious school is Lord of Life?

Everything we do at Lord of Life centers on the message of what Jesus Christ has done for us.  We are a member of a worldwide Christian denomination called the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (  WELS operates the fourth largest private school system in the country.

Do I have to be a member of Lord of Life Lutheran Church to send my child to your school?

No, you do not need to be a member.  However, your child will learn much about what our church believes about the Bible.  It would be beneficial for you to take our New Life Bible Class to learn more about what we believe and the blessings of membership here at Lord of Life.

About how many students are in a class?

We strive to keep our student to teacher ration as low as possible.  We usually don’t exceed 25 kids in any classroom is grades 1-8.  We keep the kindergarten class to 15 or less.

How do the students perform on Standardized Tests?

Our students regularly perform at or above the national average for their grade levels.  We perform our testing in the fall of each school year for grades 3-8.

Is there a “lot” of homework?

There will be homework at every grade level.  The amount will change day to day and vary by grade level.  You can expect your child to have some homework every day.

Does Lord of Life teach any foreign languages?

The students are taught Spanish each week as part of the regular curriculum.

Are computers used in the classroom?

The school is equipped with a mobile lab consisting of 10 Chromebook laptops for the students to use.  The students are taught typing and general word processing skills.  The teachers also will use computers in the classroom for a variety of other ways to enhance their learning.  Students are also allowed to bring their own ChromeBooks to school, and the school is currently acquiring more ChromeBooks to supplement the laptops for classroom use.

If you are interested in buying your own ChromeBook, please visit Google’s ChromeBook site and get a model that best suits your child’s needs.  All models are suitable for classroom usage.

Does Lord of Life require school uniforms?

No.  Lord of Life does have a dress code but no school uniforms are required.  All we ask is that the students are dressed neatly for school.

Does Lord of Life have a hot lunch program?

We do not have a hot lunch program.  Each student is required to bring their own lunch daily.  There are microwaves in the lunchroom for the students to use.

Does Lord of Life offer sports?

We offer a variety of sports for the kids in grades 3-8 to participate in.  Some of them include: Soccer, Cheerleading, Basketball, Track, and Volleyball.  We also teach the students many other sports skills in our Physical Education classes.  Students in grades 6-8 have the opportunity to participate in a middle school sports program for volleyball and basketball through our local Lutheran high school, Rocky Mountain Lutheran High School.

Does Lord of Life have bussing for transportation to and from school?

We do not have bussing.  Parents need to drop off and pick up their children or arrange alternate transportation.

Does Lord of Life provide before/after school care?

Yes! Starting in the 2018-2019 school year, we will provide before school care 7:30-8:30 a.m. and after school care 3:30-5:30 p.m.

Can I visit my child’s classroom?

Parents are encouraged to come and visit their child’s classroom whenever they wish.  Out of common courtesy, we would ask that you schedule those visits with your child’s teacher.

Where can I find information about tuition, fees and financial assistance?

Click here for more information on our tuition rates and discounts.  Some tuition assistance is available.

How do I make my tuition payments?

Lord of Life uses FACTS Management Company for its monthly tuition collection. The other two options for paying tuition are paying in full at the beginning of the school year or paying 1/2 the total tuition in August and 1/2 the tuition in January.

Does Lord of Life accept CCAP?

Yes!  Families receiving financial assistance from the Child Care Assistance Program may enroll their children in our preschool.

Where can I find an Application Form?

Kindergarten to 8th Grade student applications can be downloaded by clicking here.  Preschool registration is completed online. Please contact our preschool director for more information.