Elementary & Middle School Process
Concordia Lutheran School cares deeply about serving our students well. Therefore, we have developed an admissions process that helps the child and family get to know the school well and vice versa so that both parties can assess if Concordia is the right fit for the child.
Step 1: Tour the school and discussion with administrator
Step 2: Information gathering
Prospective Family: Continues to be able to ask questions of administrator, teachers, and has the opportunity to connect to a current family.
School: Collects information from current or last attended school (with parental consent) including report cards, teacher referral, and IEPs if applicable.
Student: Visits the classroom he/she would be in for a morning to help both the child/parents and school to learn more about each other. (Not available during COVID-19)
Step 3: Acceptance or denial
Step 1: Book a tour or contact our Preschool Director, Pam Curry, to set up a tour (contact information below)
Step 2: Discuss the school program with the preschool director to mutually agree if Concordia is a good fit for the child
Step 3: Enrollment paperwork
|7040 36th Ave Ne|
Seattle, WA 98115
We understand the financial investment involved in choosing a private school for your child. Concordia is blessed and able to offer financial assistance to families through our Hoffman Scholarship Program based on demonstrated need. If you are interested in applying for financial assistance, please let the administrator or preschool director know during your tour.
Concordia Lutheran School admits students of any gender, race, color, national and ethnic origin, to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. Concordia does not discriminate on the basis of gender, color, race, national and ethnic origin in the administration of their policies, scholarship and loan programs, or athletic and other school administered programs.
Our admissions policies are designed to welcome all families, yet ensure that we have the capacity to meet the needs of each child attending any of our programs.