Seminary - St. Louis
Concordia Seminary serves Church and world by providing theological education and leadership centered in the Gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ for the formation of pastors, missionaries, and leaders in the name of The Lutheran Church--Missouri Synod.
Association for Special Education
Lutheran Association for Special Education (LASE) partners with St. Louis Metro Area Lutheran schools to provide special education and related services to children with special learning needs in the context of a caring Christian environment. Support services are available to children in Lutheran elementary schools through Resource Services, Educational Resource Consultant Services, and Speech-Language Therapy.
LCMS School Ministry assists, equips,a nd uplifts school educators, district staff, and education executives and congregational leaders, so that through them children may be equipped as disciples of Jesus Christ. The LCMS also operates 10 colleges and universities through the Concordia University System and two seminaries.
The Lutheran Elementary School Association (LESA) is a consortium of 34 Lutheran elementary schools in the metropolitan St. Louis area, serving nearly 7,000 students and their families. LESA’s affiliate membership includes four Lutheran high schools and four education-related agencies. Their mission is to be a Christ-centered resource to those who teach and those who learn in Lutheran elementary schools in the St. Louis Metropolitan area.
Lutheran High School
LHSA, with its member congregations, provides college-preparatory Christian education and nurtures a strong community of Christian leaders. The two college-prep high schools, Lutheran North and Lutheran South, educate one thousand students a year, continuing a rich tradition of quality Christian education.
Lutheran High School of
St. Charles County
Lutheran High School of St. Charles County is a Christian college-prep high school owned and operated by an association of eight congregations of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. The school opened with 17 students in the fall of 1982 and today provides quality Christian education for 300+ youth in St. Charles County and beyond.
Metro-East Lutheran High
The purpose of Metro-East Lutheran High School is to provide a quality, Christ-centered education in an environment that enables students to find identity, meaning, purpose and power to live out their varying roles as the people of God in a complex, changing society.