St. Croix Lutheran High School is a community of caring Christian staff and instructors whose mission is to develop the whole student—spiritually, intellectually, and physically. Our students thrive in a supportive community where friendships are formed and talents are developed.
We hope that you consider joining the St. Croix family for an affordable education that prepares students for a total experience in college and life. There is a place for everyone at St. Croix.
Interested in attending St. Croix Lutheran High School? Call or email the school office at (651) 455-1521 to make an appointment with Principal Ric Gibson. At the time of application, students will need:
- A transcript of grades, preferably for all grade school years, but especially for eighth grade (if students are applying for admission for grades 10,11, or 12, their transcript should include all credits earned to the point of transferring to St. Croix.);
- A school health record and a physical exam form, which is available from the current school’s principal or current high school. In keeping with the Minnesota State High School League guidelines, students participating in any sport, cheerleading or dance team must have a physical exam before the school year or practice for the sport begins, and those physicals are current for three years;
- If requested, a letter of recommendation from either your school principal or pastor; and
- A nonrefundable registration fee.
Learn more about St. Croix by reviewing our information packet and scheduling a personal visit and tour of the school.
Peer “shadowing” opportunities are available for prospective students to experience a typical school day at St. Croix.
- Complete an Application for Admission and submit it to St. Croix with the $25 application fee. This fee will be applied to the registration fee upon enrollment.
- Schedule a meeting with our Principal to enroll and register your student for the next school year. This final registration process usually takes less than one hour.
Note: St. Croix Lutheran High School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the 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 its administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.