School

Philosophy of Education

The Holy Bible is God’s true message, which proclaims the Law and Gospel for all. This message gives direction in this life, and more importantly, it offers to everyone the certain hope of an eternal life through Jesus Christ. As members of Christ’s family, we seek to encourage children in this saving truth. We recognize the primary role of parents in every aspect of their child’s development.  Our purpose is to assist parents in the teaching of the saving truths of Scripture and in encouraging every child’s use of God-given abilities so God is glorified through lives of service and praise.

Mission Statement

We exist to exalt the Lord, educate his children, and evangelize the world

The Objectives of Bethlehem Lutheran School are to assist families in the following:

  • To nurture and educate children in God’s Word, building a firm foundation in Jesus Christ for salvation
  • To provide children with a solid educational base for academic success and future employment
  • To guide children in Christian living through the application of God’s Word
  • To prepare and encourage children to communicate the saving gospel of Jesus Christ

Bethlehem Lutheran School is a member of and affiliated with the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod.  This connection with the WELS offers numerous spiritual and education resources that benefit our students.

Two Campus School

Although the above chart looks complicated, in practice the two-campus plan has worked well. There is much thought and rationale behind the above plan and by God’s grace, we are able to provide quality, Christian education to our growing student body with this arrangement.

Transportation problems have been minimized by cooperative bus companies and efficient use of shuttles. If parents live in Germantown or our busing district in Menomonee Falls, busing is available from home to both campuses. If parents live outside those busing areas, parents must provide for transportation to one campus. Shuttle service will then be available should the student need to go to the other campus.

Bethlehem Lutheran School admits children of any race, color, nationality, or ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs and athletics available to its children.  Bethlehem Lutheran School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, nationality or ethnic origin in administering its policies, programs, or athletics.

Germantown – North Campus

N108 W14290 Bel Aire Lane, Germantown WI 53022
Hwy 145 (Fond du Lac Ave.) between Donges Bay Rd & Mequon Rd.

School

Childcare
K3 (3 yr old)
– Mrs. Linda Boxill & Mrs. Cheryl Herriges
Tuesdays & Thursdays; AM  sessions
K4 (4 yr old) – Mrs. Linda Boxill & Mrs. Cheryl Herriges
Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays; AM  sessions
K4 (4 yr old) – Mrs. Linda Boxill
Monday  – Friday; PM  sessions (5 afternoons a week)
Kindergarten – Mrs. Amy Noon & Mrs. Karla Matter/Mrs. Valerie Schmidt
half day & full day sessions
Grade 1 – Mrs. Patti Alsch
Grade 1 – Mrs. Bridget Weber
Grade 2 – Mrs. Kris Strasser
Grade 2 and 3 – Mrs. Sarah Schroeder
Grades 3 – Mrs. Carly Braun
Grade 4 – Dr. Sue Ratzburg
Special Services – Mrs. Rachel Arnold
Principal – Mr. Daryl Weber

Menomonee Falls – South Campus

N84 W15252 Menomonee Ave, Menomonee Falls WI 53051
Just east of the intersection of Pilgrim Rd. & Menomonee Ave.

School

Grade 5 – Mrs. Jenny Schopper
Grade 6 – Mr. Tim Voigt
Grade 7 – Mr. Mike Mittelstadt
Grade 8 – Mr. Travis Wendt
Special Services – Mrs. Rachel Arnold
Principal – Mr. Daryl Weber