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Immanuel Lutheran School

Immanuel Lutheran School



Explore our website and discover how Immanuel can provide your child

     - a Christ-centered education

     - a strong academic foundation

     - a family atmosphere


If you wish to set up a meeting or have a tour of our facilities, please feel free to
contact our school office
at (586) 286-7076.


Joel Neumeyer - Principal


From the Principal

Here at Immanuel we are dedicated to providing your child with the academic and Christian foundation they will need to build a lifetime of success.


Our highly educated, Christian teachers continue to look for new, innovative, best practices for teaching your child. Our teachers care for each child and you can be assured your child will feel at home and safe in their classroom.


At Immanuel, we are proud to tell you that our students consistently rank at the highest levels of standardized testing. We offer a Bible based religion curriculum and we are dedicated to ensuring small class sizes, a family atmosphere, and a strong academic platform that will stretch and enhance your child's God-given talents.


We are a wireless campus and your child will have access to the latest technology including laptops and iPads. In Kindergarten through 5th grade, your child develops their creativity and motor skills during our Art and Music periods. They will continue to develop their talents during our Fine Arts period in 6th - 8th grade.


At Immanuel we know that movement and exercise is important to a child's development. Beginning in 4th grade your child has the opportunity to be part of our League Champion Track team or our State Tournament qualifying basketball teams. We also have other sports opportunities such as soccer, volleyball, and cross country.


Please take the time to explore our website, call our school, or take a tour. I'm honored to be part of Immanuel and we look forward to meeting you.


God Bless,

Joel Neumeyer


"Train up a child in the way that he should go; and when he is old he will not depart from it." - Proverbs 22:6