Admissions

Admissions Process

The admissions committee works hard to identify students who will benefit from Concordia Lutheran School’s programs. Applications are thoroughly reviewed and the student’s school history, including records, diagnostic evaluations and parent input determine if the student will thrive in our unique scholastic and social programs.

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Visit Us

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Apply Online

Fill out the online application and submit all required documents.
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Final Confirmation

Once all required forms and documents have been received,we will contact you.

Concordia Lutheran School admits students of any race, color, ethnic and national origin to all the privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to the students at the school.

Concordia Lutheran School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, nationality, or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions, policies, athletic and other school-administered programs.

Admission Information

Children may be enrolled in Kindergarten if they are five years old on or before September 1st of the year of enrollment. (This is in accordance with the policy of the Michigan Department of Education. )

Students will be accepted for enrollment in our school-based upon the following priority order:

Students already enrolled in Pre-K program at either association church and those already enrolled in kindergarten through seventh grade the previous year.
Children of members of Hosanna-Tabor Lutheran Church, Redford or Shadow of the Cross Lutheran Church, Farmington Hills.
Children whose older brothers and sisters are already enrolled.
Children of members of other LCMS congregations.
Children of unchurched families of the community and children of members of other denominations.

Incentive Program

For every first time students in grades K-8 that you introduce to Concordia Lutheran School who enrolls and completes the school year (through April), you will receive a tuition reduction in May of $150. This reduction may also be designated to reduce the tuition of a family of your choice.

Hosanna-Tabor Attendance Requirement

In order for a Hosanna-Tabor member to receive the association member reduction, the member child must be a member in good standing.

Being a member in good standing is defined as having attended at least 26 worship services during the previous year.

The year runs from July 1 to June 30.The 26 services may include any of the following:
Saturday/Sunday services
Advent or Lenten services
Seasonal services such as Christmas, Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, and Easter

Acceptance to Concordia Lutheran School is conditional upon receipt of permanent student’s records and results of placement testing until the end of the second quarter. Concordia Lutheran School reserves the right to refuse enrollment or re-enrollment of any child whose special needs cannot, in the judgment of teacher(s), principal, and the school board, be met by Concordia Lutheran School.

Parent(s) and child(ren) must agree to participate in the religious program of the school and pledge cooperation with the school in all matters of program and policy.

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