Dear Families of Elm Grove Lutheran School,
As we head into the summer months, please take time to relax and enjoy the rest and the summer weather with your families. I understand that many of the families are anxious about school in the fall and what that might look like. Please be assured that the leadership and the administration is committed to providing the best instruction and instructional practices in the safest way possible. Trust that every decision made will have the well-being and safety of our students, families and faculty at the center.
Please keep the government leaders, our church leaders, and our faculty in your daily prayers, as God’s will and plan will happen in the end. Pray for answers and decisions to be made that best serve the families and students of ELm Grove Lutheran school and every school in the state.
I have been blessed to serve as your administrator the past two year and will continue tokeep all of Elm Grove in my prayers. It has been an absolute honor to be in this position. MayGod bless your summer and may you always see His hand in all situations. God is in control of itall. Trust in Him.
Ms. Heather Corn
In light of EGLS going to virtual learning next week Tuesday students will need their books, notebooks, etc. If you need to pick up books or any supplies that your child may have forgotten last week please come to pick them up by 4PM tomorrow (Wednesday). If this timing does not work for you please contact me and we will figure out a time for you to come and get your child's things.
Thank you very much!
Amy P. Stroh
Elm Grove Lutheran School
Welcome to Elm Grove Lutheran School!
On behalf of Elm Grove Lutheran Church and School I would like to thank you for your interest in our school.
Each day, as parents you make decisions that relate to your child’s welfare and development. What should they eat? What should they wear? Who are their friends? What should they watch on TV? I would ask you to consider one additional question; where should my child attend school? The Brookfield, New Berlin, and Waukesha school districts provide children with a strong academic education and some fine programs. However, there is one thing that they cannot provide, and that is the opportunity to study God’s Word on a daily basis.
Maybe an even more important question to ask yourself is, how important is my child’s faith development? Do I want my child in a loving and caring environment in which their faith is nurtured by the study of God’s Word and the example provided by Christian teachers, parents, and students? This is a question that I would hope that you, as parents, would consider and struggle with as you ponder the future of your child. Our society places less and less importance on Christian values and faith and public schools are a reflection of the society around them. Is this the educational environment in which you want to place your child? In Proverbs 22:6 we are told, “Train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it.” Lutheran education is there to help you train your child and to help them grow in faith.
I would encourage you to give careful consideration to where your child will be attending school, why your child will be attending there, and more importantly, will your child be receiving the spiritual nourishment that he(she) needs to grow in their faith.
Heather Corn, Principal
Our 2019-2020 Theme Verse
“Awesome school with a fantastic, dedicated staff! Our children are getting the best of all worlds - a quality Christian education in an outstanding environment!”
“Love this school! Teachers and staff are phenomenal! A great place for my children to get a quality, Christian education.
“I went to school here and it was so meaningful looking back. This year was our daughters first year 5th and 1st grade. The impact in their lives is unbelievable. The education and loving staff and most important the Christ centered approach to education; simply the best”.