Now Enrolling Grades K-8 for 2020-21 School Year!

Enrollment for the school year 2020-2021 has begun. At this time we are planning to open with students present in the classrooms. We will continue to follow the advice of the Michigan Department of Health, Wayne and Oakland County school districts, and the Michigan District Office of the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod to care for the health and safety of our students. We will provide additional information to students and families throughout the summer.

 For registration information please contact Michelle Doumont, Office Administrator, at mdoumont@concordials.org or 313-937-2233, Patricia Schultz, Principal, at pschultz@concordials.org or 313-937-2233.

 Let’s see if Concordia Lutheran School is the school your student needs.



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"...one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all!"
We live in a great country filled with great people! We ask the Lord to continue to look over and care for our country and its citizens! Happy Independence Day, Concordia! Let freedom ring!
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Day 2 of The 7th & 8th grade Class Trip - PURE EXHAUSTION!
Started the day with a nice carriage tour to see some highlights of the Island, lunch on our own with some free time to explore, a 2-hour bike ride around the Island, dinner at the hotel, and wrapped up the night with the traditional scavenger hunt. What a beautiful day!
NOTE: Normally the bike ride is not that exhausting. This year, because the road around the Island was under construction on the back half of the Island due to some storms and the high water level, we had to make a detour to the center of the Island. The hills heading into the center of the island were unbelievable! The kids kept referring to it as "leg day" as if we were getting our workout in. 😂😂
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Days 3 & 4 were awesome as we closed out the 2020 class trip -
Day 3...Climbed Castle Rock, drove to Sault Ste. Marie for lunch at The Antlers Restaurant and then the Soo Locks boat tour, dinner back in the city at Nonna Lisa's Italian Restaurant, and wrapped up the day with the Jack Pine Lumberjack show.
Day 4...drove to Tahquamenon Falls and viewed both the Upper and Lower Falls and then drove to Paradise, MI, to pick up our boxed lunches. We ate our lunches on Lake Superior before departing for home.
It was an awesome trip! The kids had a blast. We are all exhausted but so grateful that we were able have this experience. Thank you, chaperones, for an awesome trip! Your help was much appreciated!
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It's a soggy day one on Mackinac Island for the 7th and 8th grade Class Trip, but we are all excited that we are here and this is actually happening! ... See MoreSee Less

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Mission Statement
With one heart, the congregations of the association equip God’s children to grow as disciples in His Word through a Christ-centered education.

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