Kindergarten - 8th Grade School

A Smart Way to Start. A Great Place to Learn!
Christ-Centered Education
Strong Academic Foundation
Family Atmosphere
Fully Accredited NLSA
Fully Accredited

Kindergarten – 8th Grade

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.

Joel Neumeyer, Principal

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School Office

Joel Neumeyer


Chris Fritsche

Assistant Principal

Sara Thorpe

Lead Executive Assistant

Karen Goodsmith

School Office

Amy DeVries

Business Office

Tim Starkey

Athletic Director

Kristin Bujak

Admissions Director

With our wireless campus, Chromebooks, laptops, iPads, and more, your child will use technology to learn, communicate, and collaborate. Your child will develop their creativity and motor skills in the classroom and especially during our Art and Music periods. They will continue to develop their talents during our Electives period in 6th – 8th grade.

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.
With organized play, free play, recess, and physical education classes, children are active every day. Movement and exercise are important to a child’s development. Beginning in 4th grade your child has the opportunity to be part of our athletic program where we offer soccer, cross country, volleyball, basketball, and track.

We have always wanted to provide a faith based education to our children, as a basis for raising our family. We’ve known there are many options for education and we’ve known families who have changed their children’s education path along the way. Now, as we have two teenagers in high school, with one ready to graduate high school and go out into the world, we can only look back at the “community” that is Immanuel. The community in which we raised our children. The friendships, the support, the Christian guidance. The caring teachers, the quality education that prepared our children for high school success. As a parent, I appreciate the loving support and guidance of each teacher my children had to support them in both their learning struggles and to bring out their strengths. To enroll your child at Immanuel is to enter a community that values your children, values education and values faith.

Tom & Peggy