Application Information

Unlocking Opportunities: Join the Pilgrim Lutheran School Community

Nurturing Young Minds: Apply for Early Childhood Education at Pilgrim Lutheran School

Early Childhood Application

Thank you for your interest in applying to Pilgrim’s Early Childhood Program! Our program aligns with Early Childhood state standards while incorporating intentional play. We offer flexible scheduling options, including full and half-days, to meet your family’s needs.

Our Early Childhood teachers provide a safe and loving environment for each child to learn and grow at their own pace. Students applying to our PreK program must be at least three-years-old by September 1st, and students applying to our Kindergarten program must be five-years-old by September 1st. Acceptance into any of our Early Childhood classes includes a tour as well as the completion of the application checklist.

Application Checklist

All PreK students must be toilet-trained by the date of admission (a child wearing pull-ups is not considered toilet-trained)

Arrange for a private tour during the school day
If the child has an IEP or 504 plan in place, a copy of the plan must be sent to the school office
After the application is submitted, we will invite your child in for a short visit to the classroom during which they will be asked to participate in basic age-appropriate activities such as counting and naming letters.

Learn about Pilgrim Lutheran School’s Pre-Kindergarten Program

Pre-K Program Overview

Embark on Your Journey: Enroll for Grades 1-8 at Pilgrim Lutheran School

Grades 1-8 Application

Thank you for your interest in applying to Pilgrim’s Grades 1-8 Program! Our small class sizes, quality academics, and loving environment provide children with a unique space to learn and grow. Our teachers are excited to help each student succeed at their own pace. Acceptance into any of our Grades 1-8 classrooms includes a tour as well as the completion of the application checklist.

After you apply, we will acknowledge the receipt of your application. We begin our re-enrollment process for current families in February, and we start reaching out to prospective families with acceptance letters in March. If you have any questions about the admissions process, please contact the school office.

Application Checklist

Arrange for a private tour during the school day

Send a copy of your child’s most recent report card and test scores to the school office
Send all applicable student records such as IEP, 504, or any psychological testing to the school office
Grades 1-8: Schedule a shadow day and/or an appointment to meet the homeroom teacher(s) outside of the school day for an assessment in reading and math. Contact the school office to make an appointment.