St. Paul’s First Lutheran School presents a number of events during the school year for the benefit of all the school families as well as to allow prospective students see our school in action. The majority of our events are volunteer-driven, and we need you to help! We know you will find something that suits your talents and strengths!
St. Paul’s School, Kindergarten and Preschool Open House and Tour
We host two open houses – one in November and one at the beginning of February. These open houses are the best time to come in and see the school in action! But you are welcome to come meet our principal and tour our school anytime! We are always happy to give new parents a personal tour of the campus, and if you come between the hours of 9 am and 3 pm, you will still see school in session.
PURPOSE: If you come to the annual event, you will tour the campus and classrooms, meet the principal and teachers, find out what makes St. Paul’s an outstanding preschool and grade school for children, get program, tuition and enrollment information.
Come and See St. Paul’s Anytime!
Visitors are always welcome to our campus to observe the teachers and students in action. There is much to see in the eleven comfortable classrooms, the large outdoor campus, the church, and the gymnasium. If you are interested in visiting, please call the school office to make an appointment. The school principal is quite often available for giving personal tours and meeting with visitors to answer questions. Please call the school office at 818-763-2892 for more details.
Nothing breaks the routine better and keeps the students growing and learning than a meaningful and exciting field trip! St. Paul’s students get to experience a plethora of interesting sights and popular locations. Those destinations include a fire station, a pumpkin patch, the Van Nuys Airport, the Los Angeles County Fair, California Science Center, Griffith Observatory, Mt. Baldy, a Lake Arrowhead winter camp, Catalina Island, and Washington, D.C. Additional trips include a variety of museums, historical sites, and IMAX movie theaters. Fun, adventure, and education away from the classroom that students never forget.