Immanuel Lutheran School’s educational program has:
- A complete school program for children in Kindergarten and Grades 1-8.
- A Preschool program for three and four-year olds.
- An after school extended care program.
- A year round childcare program for young children.
- Dedicated, fully certified Christian teachers who genuinely care about children, and who want to help them grow spiritually, intellectually, socially, and physically.
- All requirements met by the State of Michigan, the National Lutheran School Accreditation, and the Michigan Non-Public School Accreditation.
- A Scholarship Fund through which need-based grants are given to families to offset school fee expenses.
- Ten well-equipped classrooms, a library/learning center, a state-of-the-art computer lab, a music room, a science room, a large gymnasium, a kitchen and lunch room, as well as additional areas for specialized instruction.
- Strong academic programs with an emphasis on education basics and solid work/study habits.
- An educational program supported by modern, up-to-date text books and equipment, including “smart” boards, television equipment in every classroom, and a computer network throughout the entire school.
- A well-developed program of extra curricular activities including dramatics, spelling bees, science fairs, art fairs, music festivals, geography bees, math contests, and “fun days.”
- Art instruction for all children, Preschool through Grade 8.
- Music instruction as a part of the curriculum for all children at all grade levels, with additional music opportunities, including a band program (Grades 5-8), vocal choirs (Grades 1-8), and handbell choirs (Grades 5-8).
- Physical education instruction for all children, Preschool through Grade 8, with an interscholastic athletic program for girls and boys in upper grades, which includes soccer, volleyball, basketball, track and field, and cheerleading.
- Some transportation provided through Bay City Public Schools.
- Consultant services for children with learning disabilities, enrichment experiences for gifted children, Title I reading programs, and speech therapy.
- Citizenship emphasis in such areas as Christian stewardship, Christian witness, self-discipline, respect for human dignity, respect for authority, and cooperation.
- Many opportunities for students to serve others through chapel service leadership, tutoring younger students, visits to nursing homes, as well as other acts of church and community service.
- Strong school-home partnership which includes an active Parent-Teacher League and services offered to the school and the children by hundreds of parent and community volunteers.
- An outdoor camp education program for 7th Grade students.
- A trip to Gettysburg, PA, and Washington, D.C., for 8th Grade students.
- A hot lunch program which offers well-balanced meals to students each day at a nominal cost.
We invite you to visit our school or call us at 989-893-8521 regarding objectives, programs, or enrollment.