Middle School Frequently Asked Questions

St. Croix Lutheran Middle School students during homecomingHere are answers to some of the most frequently asked questions. But, if you don’t find what you need on this page, please contact us.

How is an admission decision made?

First of all, thank you for your interest in St. Croix! Our staff is ready and willing to assist you in the educational needs of your family. The following is a list of steps toward enrollment at St. Croix.

  1. Fill out the enrollment inquiry or call our office at (651) 455-1521. Information will be sent to you the following day.
  2. Schedule a tour
  3. Have your child shadow one of our students.
  4. Schedule a meeting with Mr. Wendland 
  5. Complete and submit the application for admission.

Do you offer boarding options?

Yes, we offer the Junior Boarding Program for middle school students. They live in the dormitory along with high school students, but recieve extra care and time with our live in Dorm Parents.

Who should I contact for more information about the admission process?

For more information about admission to St. Croix Lutheran Middle School, please contact Principal Jay Wendland at (651) 455-1521 or send him an email.

What is the admission deadline?

Our enrollment period begins in February. We will accept applications, if there is availability, until August 15.

Are enrolled middle school students guaranteed a place in the high school?

Yes, students enrolled in our middle school will be guaranteed a place in our high school.

Will a school bus transport my child to St. Croix or will I have to arrange for transportation?

Our local school district, ISD 197, provides transportation to school each morning. They do not provide transportation home in the evening. We have a carpool system in place with the high school that serves as a great resource for families.

" Excellent school offering so many opportunities, both in and out of the classroom, all in a very caring, Christian environment. My daughter and son both went on to Big 10 schools and were prepared academically and socially. "
- Kris M., SCL Parent