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Prospective Families

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Want to join our Panther Family?  We have so much to offer!

  • We house Preschool through Grade 12 in two schools, all on one campus
  • Small, family-like atmosphere where the faculty members know your name
  • Personal, individualized attention
  • Outstanding academic programs for all students to find success
  • Teachers & Staff who truly care about students
  • We offer a FREE Breakfast, Lunch, and After-School Meal to All Students
  • We offer a FREE Summer Breakfast & Lunches to anyone age 18 and younger
  • Lots of extra-curricular, enrichment, and athletic opportunities
  • FREE 21st Century Programs for Remediation, Homework Help, and Enrichments for Before-School, After-School, and Summer; Students in Grades K-6 attend SHINE and Students in Grades 7-9 attend SOAR
  • Preschool is open to 4 Year Olds, with possible full-day option through Learning Grove
  • Full-Day Kindergarten for Students
  • Juniors & Seniors participate in the Gateway Early College/Dual Credit Programs to earn FREE college credit; Students can earn up to a possible 24 credit hours upon graduation
  • Juniors & Seniors can participate in various off-campus career specific programs, such as the Home Builders Program and the Gateway Career Hubs in the fields of Auto Technology, Allied Healthcare, Computer Information Technology, Logistics/Supply Chain, and Advanced Manufacturing -- all for FREE! 
  • Family Resource/Youth Service Coordinator, Nurse, and Mental Health Therapist on-site
  • HealthPoint Medical & Dental Center on-site
  • High School Mentors/Tutors for Elementary Students
  • Chromebooks for all students to use in the classroom and at home
  • Great athletic facilities, including a state-of-the-art Fitness Center

 

Out-of-District Students pay $250.00 for a full year of tuition.  Payment plans are an option.

Go to our ENROLLMENT PAGE for the forms you'll need!

 

Our Mission
The Ludlow Independent School District is committed to fostering a culture
of rigor, excellence, and personal accountability by developing meaningful relationships with students, families, and community members to support and empower students to graduate with college and career readiness skills.

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