St. Paul’s Lutheran School, in Troy, has joined the St. Louis-based Lutheran Elementary School Association, according to a press release.
The school, located at 112 N. Border St. in Troy, serves 106 students in 3-year old pre-school through eighth-grade. St. Paul's is led by principal Bruce McLaughlin.
“St. Paul’s Lutheran School has been educating children in Christ in the Troy community for more than 150 years,” said Katherine Auble, Director of Fund Development and Marketing for LESA. “We look forward to helping them continue that mission for many years to come.”
A Recognized Service Organization of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, LESA represents more than 35 Lutheran elementary and high schools in the St. Louis metro area, including nine schools in southern Illinois. For a list of member schools, visit www.LESAstl.org.
Lutheran schools offer small class sizes, dedicated teachers and a strong academic program that prepares children to become successful, caring Christian citizens. They serve families of all faiths and meaningful financial assistance is available to those who qualify.
To find out more about St. Paul's Lutheran School, visit saintpaulstroy.org/ or call McLaughlin at 618-667-6314.