Please click the image above to view the Early Childhood Video Tour
Please call (414) 425-2040 to learn more and to schedule a tour.
How to Enroll
Registration for the 2023-2024 school year is now OPEN. After the tour is given and you decide you want to enroll your child, please complete the application process. Please click the following link to start the application process.
Program Options and Fees
Registration for the 2023-2024 School Year begins on February 1, 2023.
Who Can Enroll
3K - Children 3 years of age by Sept. 1, 2023 and potty trained
4K - Children 4 years of age by Sept. 1, 2023 and potty trained, and Children 5 years of age but not ready for Kindergarten are also welcome in 4K
$1,750/year for Half Day (8:00am-11:45am)
$3,500/year for Full Day (8:00am-3:00pm)
$2,300/year for Half Day (8:00am-11:45am)
$4,600/year for Full Day (8:00am-3:00pm)
$2,900/year for Half Day (8:00am-11:45am)
$5,800/year for Full Day (8:00am-3:00pm)
At St. Jacobi we offer the Milwaukee Parental Choice program and the Wisconsin Parental Choice program for K4 families.
St. Jacobi Lutheran School exists to share Christ's love; and support families in the training and instruction of their children.
Our Preschool Goals
- To help children see themselves as uniquely created and loved by God, and to teach them about their Savior.
- To provide the opportunity for creative self-expression through play, music and art.
- To develop each child’s social skills of sharing, helping and interacting with others.
- To offer curriculum areas of creative arts, science, math, language, imaginative play, health and large and small motor skills.
- To offer curriculum that is theme-based for 3-year olds and alphabet-based for 4-year olds.
- To prepare children to enter kindergarten, including teaching independence and self-help skills along with full visual alphabet recognition.
St. Jacobi offers a Christian atmosphere while using the HighScope curriculum.
The HighScope areas of development:
- Social and Emotional Development
- Physical Development and Health
- Language, Literacy, and Communication
- Creative Arts
- Science and Technology
- Social Studies
Our days learning and exploring together
Bible Time Spiritual growth
We spend time each day in God’s Word using devotions, bible stories, prayers and songs. Each child is a gift from God and we will love and nurture your child.
Center Time and Free Play Self-direction, choice, imagination, problem-solving
We believe that children learn through play. During this time children choose from a variety of activities, including a sensory table, play dough, dramatic play, blocks, books, creative art, science and nature, puzzles, puppets and games.
Small Group/Math Sharing, following directions, fine motor skills, number sense
We provide language and math opportunities such as talking about the calendar, weather and/or sharing thoughts with classmates. Through hands on experiences we practice number recognition, patterns, following directions, fine motor skills and creative expression.
Large Group/Music Time Unity, movement, memory, expression
Different experiences during this fun time include active and quiet songs, finger-plays and instruments.
Story Time Listening, attention, language, literacy
We read and share a variety of stories relating to the theme of the week or letter of the day.
Outside Play and Gym Time Gross motor skills, movement, socialization
Each day the children enjoy our exciting outside playground and gym where they continue developing social skills and gross motor skills.
Social Skills Socialization, responsibility, nutrition, manners
As children enjoy snacks that were sent from home, they practice their table manners, as well as develop social skills while they communicate with their peers.
Statement of Non-Discrimination
St. Jacobi Lutheran 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, or national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, or athletic or other school administered programs.
Email School Principal: firstname.lastname@example.org
School Office: 414-425-2040