Where Students are

Known, Taught, and Loved.

You are welcome!

Come be part of our school family!

LUTHER MEMORIAL
SCHOOL
ENROLL NOW In-person classes for students
in Preschool — 8th Grade.
Where Kids are Known, Taught,
and Loved.
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We are passionate about living and sharing our faith.

We strive to prepare all our students for a bright future.

We incorporate the arts into the daily lives of our students .

We focus on teamwork and student health in our  fitness programs.

You are welcome!

Come be part of our school family!

We are passionate about living and sharing our faith.

We strive to prepare all our students for a bright future.

We incorporate the arts into the daily lives of our students .

We focus on teamwork and student health in our  fitness programs.

Welcome to Luther Memorial School! Whether you are visiting our website as a prospective parent, current parent, alumni or donor, I hope that you find the information you are looking for and are not hesitant to contact me if you have any questions.

Luther Memorial was founded more than 70 years ago by an association of three Lutheran churches in Cleveland to care for and educate the children of their congregations, primarily German immigrants.

Today, we are proud of our diverse student population, welcoming children of all races, nationalities and religions. Our mission is to provide a quality, Christ-centered education that fosters life-long learning and the skills necessary for our students to seek out and hold onto opportunities throughout their lives. Read more…

Welcome to Luther Memorial School! Whether you are visiting our website as a prospective parent, current parent, alumni or donor, I hope that you find the information you are looking for and are not hesitant to contact me if you have any questions.

Luther Memorial was founded more than 70 years ago by an association of three Lutheran churches in Cleveland to care for and educate the children of their congregations, primarily German immigrants.

Today, we are proud of our diverse student population, welcoming children of all races, nationalities and religions. Our mission is to provide a quality, Christ-centered education that fosters life-long learning and the skills necessary for our students to seek out and hold onto opportunities throughout their lives. Read more…

Fun FACTS ABOUT LMS

226 Students

PreK-Grade 8

100%

Attend on full scholarship

Top 10

Diverse Lutheran elementary schools in the U.S.

Campus Locations

Our Old Brooklyn Campus is inside St. Mark Lutheran Church at the corner of Pearl Road and Ardmore Avenue. We have approximately 175 students Pre-K through Grade 8 in this building.

Our West Park Campus is inside Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church on Lorain Road, just east of 130th Street. In this building, we have space for approximately 115 students Kindergarten through Grade 8.

Visit Us!

Since every school has its own personality, the only real way that you can find out about a school is to visit. Please contact the school to make an appointment to visit us and to learn more about us.

We would love to spend time with you! Call us at 216-749-5300

Support LMS

Luther Memorial needs your help to provide our children with the Christ-centered education they deserve.

Currently, 85 percent of our students come from low-income homes and qualify for a state tuition voucher. This voucher pays 85 percent of our operating costs with the remaining funds acquired through third-source donations.

In order to bridge the gap in funding and meet our expenses, we look to the generosity of our donors and ask them to partner with us in making a difference in the lives of our students, both now and for eternity.

WELCOME HOME

Our LMS families share their experiences...

“God put this on the table for us. This was our path, we had to keep it pushing.”
“It is such a relief to me to know that my siblings are somewhere safe all day and are taken care of. LMS feels like home for our family.”
“He could be a soccer player, or maybe a doctor. It doesn’t matter. Whatever he does, he will do his part to contribute to the U.S.”