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Looking for a great choice within Northeast Ohio for parochial schools?  Private schools?  Christian schools?  Religious schools?  If so, look to the many Lutheran schools in the greater Cleveland area.

Lutheran schools provide a wide range of quality education programs that serve every age: preschool toddler, kindergarten child, elementary student, teen youth (middle school/junior high years), and young adult. Classes typically reflect a small student-to-teacher ratio, with an emphasis on individualized learning and development, caring assistance, and personal guidance. The curriculum is wide-ranging, including mathematics, science, phonics, literacy, grammar, accelerated reading, literature and language arts, social studies, fine and applied arts, gifted programs, independent study, and special projects. Our secondary schools provide a comprehensive college preparatory curriculum, as well as diverse vocational training. Lutheran schools receive accreditation from the National Accreditation Commission of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod.

Jesus Christ is at the center of all that we do. This extends beyond weekly chapel sessions and Bible-based lessons, sermons, and themes to incorporating prayer and God’s Word into daily activities and your children’s lives beyond the classroom. In addition to strong academics, we emphasize your student’s spiritual growth in faith, prayer, Christian fellowship, and knowledge of the Gospel. Our goal is to equip students to become productive citizens and effective disciples, confident in their faith and their salvation. Our teachers recognize their unique ministry as Christian role models, in partnership with parents, families, and churches.

Students from many different churches attend Lutheran schools. This has included members of Apostolic, Baptist, Catholic, Episcopal, Lutheran, Methodist, Presbyterian, Pentecostal, and non-denominational churches. Our schools are supported by the LCMS (Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod) and ELCA (Evangelical Lutheran Church in America) religious church bodies.

Within the immediate three-county area (Cuyahoga, Medina, and Summit County in Ohio), there are 13 Lutheran elementary schools and 2 secondary schools that serve the following Northeast Ohio communities: Akron, Bay Village, Berea, Broadview Heights, Brook Park, Brooklyn, Brunswick, Cleveland (Cleveland west and Cleveland east), Cleveland Heights, Cuyahoga Falls, East Akron, East Cleveland, Euclid, Fairview Park, Highland Heights, Hinckley, Independence, Lakewood, Linndale, Lyndhurst, Mayfield, Mayfield Hts., Middleburg Hts., Munroe Falls, Newburgh, North Olmsted, North Royalton, Olmsted Falls, Parkview, Parma, Parma Hts., Richmond Heights, River Edge, Rocky River, Seven Hills, Shaker Hts., Silver Lake, South Euclid, Stow, Tallmadge, University Heights, Valley City, Valley View, Westlake, Weymouth, and Wickliffe.

Our elementary schools are: Bethany, Lakewood, Luther Memorial, Messiah, Our Shepherd, Redeemer, Royal Redeemer, St. John Nottingham, St. John South Euclid, St. Mark Brunswick, St. Paul, St. Thomas, and West Park.

Some schools offer a primary program for children as young as age three. To assist the parent who works outside the home, many schools also offer before- and after-school childcare for all ages.

Our secondary schools are: Lutheran High School East (Cleveland Heights) and Lutheran High School West (Rocky River).
Please contact each school for detailed information about admission and registration, tuition costs and fees, financial aid, loan availability, vouchers or funding reimbursement, uniforms vs. dress codes, test scores, and assessment tools.

The Lutheran Schools of Northeast Ohio admit students of any race, color, and national or ethnic origin.

A Lutheran school is a great choice, as you evaluate your public, private, and parochial school options. Give your child the best start possible!