Application for K8

Admission Policies

Enrollment Guidelines? Non-Discrimination Policy – Immanuel Lutheran School believes that discrimination is contrary to the philosophy, nature, and mission of the school. Therefore, Immanuel does not and will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in its admission policies or educational and other school administered programs.

Age Requirements – The state of Michigan requires that to be admitted to kindergarten, children must be 5 years old by September 1. Immanuel does not accept waivers.

K8 School Registration Information

Student Information

Is your child baptized?
Has your child ever been suspended from school? *
Has your child ever been expelled from a school? *
Does your child have any learning challenges? *
Did your child receive special education or other educational help at their previous school (IEP, 504 Plan, intervention help, etc.)? *
Does your child have any medical conditions that the school should be aware of? *
Is there any physical challenges which would limit your child's participation in the classroom, PE classes, or in after school sports activities? *
Does your child have any allergies? *
Does your child take any medications? *

Family Information

Address *
Address
City
State/Province
Zip/Postal
May we include name, address, and phone number in the school directory? *
Were you referred by another Immanuel school family? *

Father - Contact Information

Mother - Contact Information

Emergency Contacts

Immanuel Church Membership?

Check all that apply regarding membership at Immanuel Lutheran Church

Christian Ministry Expectation for Families

Christian families agree to honor and respect the School?s mission to ?prepare our students as children of God academically, physically, socially, emotionally and spiritually to serve in the world today and tomorrow,? by striving to maintain a home environment where Christ is worshiped and God?s Word is authoritative and by regularly worshiping as a family in a Christian church. We expect families who are not Christian to honor and respect the school?s mission, by being supportive of this mission and, in conversation and action, not discouraging this mission in any way. Students and parents are expected to respect and support the school?s right to determine its Statement of Beliefs. Students, parents and other family members may not, in a manner which damages the school, promote beliefs and/or behaviors contrary to those of the school or otherwise weaken the LCMS Christian atmosphere at the school. If a student, family member of a student, or applicant for enrollment challenges the school?s statement of beliefs, the school may exercise its right to religious freedom that could result in disciplinary action up to denial or termination of enrollment.