Educational Success Consultation

An Educational Success Consultation is a complimentary visit with our administrator, Mrs. Tia Esser, that is designed to help us understand your family’s needs and give you a true understanding of what it means to receive a Sioux Falls Lutheran School education. Educational Success Consultations are free and available to every K-8 family, no matter where you decide to enroll, because we know that visiting is an important first step in finding the right educational environment for your child.

During the consultation, we will focus on the goals and aspirations you have for your child. We will cover topics including educational needs, academic preparation, planning for future choices, Christian leadership and relationships, and character development. Whenever possible, we encourage both parents to attend.


SCHEDULE YOUR EDUCATIONAL SUCCESS CONSULTATION

To schedule your Educational Success Consultation, contact our admissions director, Mrs. Megan Baedke, at 605-335-1923. We look forward to meeting you!


Non-Discrimination Statement

Sioux Falls Lutheran School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school.  It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in administration of its educational or admission policies, athletics, and other school administered or sponsored programs.


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What families are saying:

“I think I might have experienced a first at conferences last night! We had a lovely conversation with Mrs. Hofmaier, which is very typical. When discussing our child’s grade for math, she told him, 'You know what? I don't think I did a very good job teaching factoring to you guys, because nobody did that well on the test, so I'm going to re-teach it and give you all another opportunity to take the test.' In all of my years of parenting, and maybe all of my years of learning, I'm not sure I've ever heard a teacher say that. How refreshing that we can be vulnerable and, in this case, prioritize the learning of the material rather than grades or other measures of success. We are so grateful that he is experiencing this level of kindness and authenticity.”
Wendy, SFLS Parent