Wednesday, January 23, 2013
Thinking about enrolling your child in a parochial or private school next year? If so, you'll want to mark these dates on your family's calendar.
Second semester has only just started, but parochial and private schools in the Macomb County area are already enrolling students for the 2013-14 academic year. Here are some of the open houses local schools have scheduled to give prospective students and their parents a chance to explore their respective academic and extracurricular programs. St. Thecla Catholic School Trinity Lutheran School St. Luke Lutheran School Faith Christian School St. Mary Catholic School St. Peter Lutheran School Immanuel Lutheran School Austin Catholic Academy Peace Lutheran School St. Lawrence Catholic School Trinity Lutheran School St. Joan of Arc Catholic School St. Germaine School Catholic School St. Isaac Jogues Catholic School St. Paul Catholic School …
Monday, August 29, 2011
Students in Macomb Township's three parochial schools–Immanuel Lutheran, St. Peter Lutheran and Lutheran High School North–start their 2011-12 school years today.
As students in parochial schools in the township head back to school this week they will find administrators there eager to begin another full year of academics and activities. Immanuel Lutheran School Enrollment at Immanuel Lutheran School is up slightly from last year as is the tuition at the school, said Principal Robert Christian. Located off Romeo Plank between 21 and 22 Mile roads, Immanuel Lutheran has 350 students in K-8, 180 children in the preschool program, plus several new part-time staff members. Christian said he anticipates a very busy school year ahead including lots of after-school clubs, such as chess, golf and Spanish, plus a full-scale athletic program for students in fifth through eighth grades. “We also have a band, …
Monday, July 4, 2011
Everyone's got opinions. Patch is the place to share them. With education being an ever-hot topic in Michigan, we're asking residents: Do you prefer public or private education?
Be it for religious reasons, safety concerns, program opportunities, cost or location, each and every parent has their own reason for choosing a private or public education for their child. Public schools serving Macomb Township are facing lower operating budgets and cutting costs (which often means programs) where they can. Most private schools in the area have a religious base and all have a tuition cost. With the 2011-12 school year looming ahead, Patch is asking parents: Do you prefer public or private school education? Each day Patch will share another response to the question, so check back. You can also join the conversation. Just log in to post a comment or video answer, or email email@example.com