School Information

At Beautiful Savior Lutheran School, we teach Preschool, Kindergarten and First through Eighth grade classes. We hope you take some time to learn more about our school including our purpose, philosophy and objectives.

 
Preschool Kindergarten - Eighth Grade
Introduction
Purpose
Philosophy
Objectives
Enrollment Policy
Class Schedule and Fees
Introduction
Purpose
Philosophy
Objectives
Enrollment Policy
Entrance Requirements
Tuition and Fees
Preschool and Kindergarten Health Forms for Download
Health History Form - (PDF)  
Physician's and Dentist's Reports - (PDF)  
   
   
BSLS Enrollment Form (PDF)

2017-2018 School Year Calendar
 
 
 

Preschool,
Introduction

  Our preschool is a part of Beautiful Savior Lutheran School, a Christian Day School, operated and supported by Beautiful Savior Evangelical Lutheran Church which is affiliated with the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS). The school is certified by the State of Ohio and subject to the rules of the Ohio State Board of Education and the Revised Code.

Our church bases all of its teachings upon the Bible and the religious studies in the preschool are entirely Bible-based as taught by the WELS.

Our principal and teachers have received their Bachelor of Science Degree's in Elementary Education and are certified by the State of Ohio in Elementary Education.

 
Preschool,
Purpose

  Beautiful Savior Lutheran School has been established to serve as an extension of the home in the vital work of Christian education. As a congregation, we recognize a definite responsibility to our children that they be more deeply rooted in the knowledge of God's Word. Beautiful Savior Lutheran School offers a thorough course of study from preschool through eighth grade with a program of unified Christian training.

 
Preschool,
Philosophy

  Our program is based on the belief that in God's eyes each child is a unique and precious individual, a special person for whom Christ died.

We seek to develop in children a positive self-image, appropriate classroom behaviors, and a joy of learning and discovering that will prepare them for entering the school system.

We believe that parents play the most significant role in imparting values to their young children. Therefore, parents are continually informed of lesson objectives and activities as well as ways to extend the lessons at home.

 
Preschool,
Objectives

  At Beautiful Savior, we strive to complete the following objectives in our preschool classes:
1. Teach our childen to be followers of Jesus and to know him as their Savior.
2. Prepare children to be ready for kindergarten.

 
Preschool,
Enrollment Policy

  Beautiful Savior Lutheran Preschool will admit children without regard to race, sex, color, ethnic background, or national origin. All rights and privileges will be accorded impartially to all students, and all programs and activities will be available to all students.

Application forms are available from the school or church office. Prospective students will be admitted on a first come/first served basis. Class size is limited.

Medical examinations are required for entrance to preschool by the State of Ohio. Medical forms must be completed and returned to the school office by the first day of school.
 
Preschool,
Class Schedule and Fees


 

 
  Program for 2017/ 2018: Beginning wtih the 2017-2018 school year, we are offering five full days of preschool for either three or four-year-olds. Parents may choose from the following options:
  • Five full days (MTWThF 8:15-3:15) - $5500
  • Five half days (MTWThF 8:15-11:30) - $2750
  • Three full days (MWF 8:15-3:15) - $3300
  • Three half days (MWF 8:15-11:30) - $1650
  • Two half days (TTh 8:15-11:30) - $1100

Preschool Application Fee - A non-refundable application fee of $50.00 is charged at the time when your child is enrolled. However, if your child does attend our school, it will then be credited back to your child’s tuition.

Tuition for 2017 / 2018: For tuition rates for preschool and all grade levels, please see the pricing question on the Frequently Asked Questions page.

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K-8,
Introduction

  Beautiful Savior Lutheran School is a Christian Day School, operated and supported by Beautiful Savior Evangelical Lutheran Church which is affiliated with the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod. The school is certified by the State of Ohio and is subject by law to the rules of the Ohio State Board of Education and the Revised Code, though not to the regulations of the local public schools. The course of study, in all areas of education, will be in agreement with the teachings of God's Word.

Our church bases all its teachings upon the Bible, and the religious studies of our school will be entirely Bible-based as taught by the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod (WELS). Our preschool, kindergarten, elementary teachers, and principal have received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Elementary Education from Martin Luther College and are certified by the State of Ohio in Elementary Education.

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K-8,
Purpose

  Beautiful Savior Lutheran School has been established to serve as an extension of the home in the vital work of Christian education. As a congregation, we recognize a definite responsibility to our children that they be more deeply rooted in the knowledge of God's Word. Beautiful Savior Lutheran School offers a thorough course of study from preschool through eighth grade with a program of unified Christian training. In addition to the scope of public elementary curriculum, our school offers daily worship and Bible study. All subjects are taught with Christian love and the knowledge that we are God's children, thereby providing a Christian atmosphere with Christian fellowship.

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K-8,
Philosophy

  Providing for the spiritual development of the child is the most significant task a parent faces. The Bible tells us that all children born into this world have an immortal soul and need to be prepared for eternity. Preparing the children for eternity means leading them to recognize themselves as sinners and to confess Jesus Christ as their Savior. This preparation for eternity provides in the highest degree the foundation for developing the whole person. The Bible states that "the fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom." (Proverbs 1:7)

We consider it a privilege to conduct our school so that our children may grow in the Christian faith, may develop their God-given talents, may be trained in leading a God-pleasing life, and may finally receive eternal life. As we seek to develop the talents of the children, we want them to learn faithfulness, to develop a sense of responsibility, and to learn the skills and concepts that are the basis for a productive and happy life. We also seek to develop the highest type of citizenship in which the child is taught to serve the government as a matter of conscience and in which the child is taught to be vitally concerned about other people.

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K-8,
Objectives

  At Beautiful Savior, we strive to complete the following objectives in our K-8 classes:

Spiritual - To lead children to believe in Jesus Christ as their Savior, to increase the children's knowledge of the Bible, and to foster an attitude of loving service to our gracious Lord and our fellow human beings.

Mental - To lead children to recognize reason as a gift of God and to learn skills and habits of thinking logically, scientifically, and creatively. To help children acquire and use common skills and fundamental tools of knowledge and communication.

Social - To provide children with opportunities in which they can learn to function effectively in their home, in their church, and in society. To provide opportunities for Christian fellowship and develop an awareness of the needs of their fellow man.

Emotional - To help children understand that their only source of security is faith in the redemptive work of Jesus Christ. Building on this security, the children can develop their sense of personal worth and know how their lives fit together with other people's lives.

Aesthetic - To help the children appreciate the beauty of God's creation, to foster an appreciation for the fine arts, and to help children develop and use any special talents that God has given them.

Physical - To help each child develop a knowledge of and respect for their God-given body and to encourage responsibility in matters of health, safety, and recreation.

Christian Living - The Psalmist says, "I rejoiced with those who said to me, ‘Let us go to the house of the Lord’." (Psalm 122:1) We share that attitude and assume that the parents who are sending their children to our school also share that attitude. Therefore, it is an objective of the school to encourage the children to attend church and Sunday School, to participate in the mission offering as a training in stewardship, and to be devout and attentive in the opening devotion and formal chapel services we have in the school. We expect that parents will be good role models in these matters and we will meet with the parents if there is a problem.

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K-8,
Enrollment Policy

  Registration for the next school year takes place in the spring (February to April). Late applications are accepted, if room is available.

Beautiful Savior Lutheran School will admit students without regard to race, sex, color, ethnic background, or national origin. All rights and privileges will be accorded impartially to all students and all programs and activities will be available to all students.

The Board of Education is a Board elected by the voting members of Beautiful Savior Evangelical Lutheran Church, which establishes policies and procedures and acts as the administrating body of the school. The final decisions on all applications for admission to the school is this Boards responsibility. Prospective students will be considered for admission in the following order of priority:
  1. Children whose parents are members of Beautiful Savior Evangelical Lutheran Church.
  2. Children whose parents are members of other Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod congregations.
  3. Children of non-members.


Parents who are not members of Beautiful Savior Evangelical Lutheran Church or other WELS congregations, are strongly encouraged to attend the Adult Information Class of our church, within two years, so that they may become acquainted with the religious doctrines that will be taught to their children. If a parent chooses not to take the class within the two years, their child’s enrollment at Beautiful Savior Lutheran School will be reviewed by the Board of Education. It is understood that attendance of this class in no way obligates these parents to become members of our congregation. However, all students must participate in the entire course of religious study.

All students making application to Beautiful Savior Lutheran School are asked to observe the following procedures when applying for admission:
 
  1. Application forms for the next school year should be filled out and returned to the school in the spring. If requested to do so, the parents or guardians must attend a meeting of the Board of Education to discuss the application.
  2. Prospective students may be required to take an oral examination and may, at the discretion of the Board of Education, be required to take a written achievement test.
  3. All previous school records and a copy of the child’s birth certificate must be delivered to Beautiful Savior before the student will be accepted. The State of Ohio requires parents or guardians to request these records themselves for their own children.
  4. Applications for students who have had scholastic or disciplinary difficulties in their previous school will be considered with special care.
  5. Applications for students with physical, mental, or emotional challenges will be considered by the Board of Education on the same basis as other children provided the school and teacher are able to provide adequate services for them.
  6. Medical and dental examination forms, if they are necessary, must be sent to the school on or before the parent orientation night in mid-August. Please note that a complete immunization record for each child must be kept on file at the school.
  7. New students will be admitted only on a probationary basis for the first 60 days as determined by the Board of Education.


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K-8,
Entrance Requirements
 
  Children entering Kindergarten must be five years old by September 30 and children entering the First Grade must be six years old by September 30.

Each new student shall have received all of the immunizations according to their age group by the time of their enrollment.

In addition, medical and dental examinations are required for your child's first entrance into school by the State of Ohio. If your child has previously had medical and dental examinations for school entrance, record of these examinations and immunizations should be delivered with his/her school records. Forms for this information are available from the school office if you need them. These medical forms must be filled out and returned to the school office by the parent orientation night in mid-August.

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K-8,
Tuition and Fees

  Program for 2017 / 2018: Kindergarten runs from 8:15 AM to 3:15PM on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Grades 1-8 run from 8:15 AM to 3:15 PM, Monday through Friday.

K-8 Application Fee - A non-refundable application fee of $50.00 is charged at the time when your child is enrolled. However, if your child does attend our school, it will then be credited back to your child’s tuition.

Tuition for 2017/ 2018: For tuition rates for preschool and all grade levels, please see the pricing question on the Frequently Asked Questions page.

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