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St. John Lutheran School

Let us proclaim God’s Word as we help children learn to read the Scriptures so that they might have a relationship with thee, Jesus; the Word who became flesh. May we help students discover God’s incredible creative order so that we might worship and glorify His name in all that we are and in all that we do.

If you are looking for a solid Christian education, small classroom sizes, one-on-one attention, close-knit ‘community’, and excellent teachers, St. John Lutheran School is the place for you!

About Us


StJLC SchoolMission Statement:

Know Jesus and Make Jesus Known through Academic Excellence and Christian Character



We will use the abeka® curriculum with hands-on activities, experiments, field trips and real world learning opportunities.


The Abeka curriculum offers many benefits:

  • It’s structured on a Christian foundation.
  • It’s broad and will help your child build skills in a variety of subjects, from art to engineering.
  • It’s exciting and keeps children engaged and entertained using a variety of activities including coloring, singing, poetry, puppetry, and more!
  • It’s proven through research to be effective for children with all different learning styles and abilities.


Within the Abeka curriculum, there are three main focuses of learning:

  • Intellectual: The Abeka curriculum approaches learning from a practical, traditional approach and helps students develop on an intellectual level.
  • Moral: This curriculum will instill good character, teach students to display integrity and discern right from wrong, and provide them with a strong moral foundation.
  • Spiritual: St. John Lutheran School believes that spiritual growth comes by loving God with all one’s heart, soul, and mind and loving one’s neighbor as oneself. The Abeka curriculum reflects this core teaching of Christianity by incorporating scripture with modern examples of application.

Learn more about the curriculum HERE.


Background information:

Why a St. John Lutheran School?

Our congregation’s mission to Know Jesus and Make Jesus Known springs from the Great Commission (Matthew 28). Finding places and spaces to proclaim the good news of Jesus Christ is what we are about!

At St. John Lutheran School our faith is founded in the teachings and scriptures of the Bible. We believe our faith grows when we apply what we learn to our lives here on earth. We are a part of the North American Lutheran Church (NALC) and the Lutheran Congregations in Mission for Christ (LCMC). Our mission is that we all know Jesus and that we make Jesus known.

The NALC has embraced four core values which shape our common life: Christ Centered, Mission Driven, Traditionally Grounded, and Congregationally Focused. We are a church centered on the unique Gospel of Jesus Christ, animated by missions and evangelism, grounded in the 2,000-year tradition of Christian faith, and organized chiefly to serve our congregations. Learn more about our beliefs and teachings on the NALC (North American Lutheran Church) website HERE.

In creating a school, we join a long history where “Lutherans continue to value and promote education. The family is still seen as the first and primary place where faith is taught and nurtured.” However, “Each day Lutheran schools support families in the task of teaching and nurturing faith in their children, as the school becomes a workshop of Christian love. In these schools, children experience God’s love and forgiveness, even as they learn math, history, language, arts, and science.” (Lutheranism 101, by Scot A. Kinnaman)

Where God’s Word is lived and taught, Christ’s presence is experienced. As Luther said,

“Whenever God’s Word is taught, preached, heard, read, or meditated upon, then the person, day, and work are sanctified. This is not because of the outward work, but because of the Word, which makes saints of us all. Therefore, I constantly say that all our life and work must be guided by God’s Word, if it is to be God-pleasing or holy.” (LC 1 92)

2024/2025 School Information


StJLC SchoolSchool Options:

School day 8:30am-3:00pm.
K3 and K4 have the option of 3 days/week (Tues, Wed, Thurs) or 5 days/week.
K5 – 5th grade meet 5 days/week.

At the beginning of the school year:
K3 students must be 3 years of age
K4 students must be 4 years of age
K5 students must be 5 years of age
1st grade students must be 6 years of age
2nd grade students must be 7 years of age
3rd grade students must be 8 years of age
4th grade students must be 9 years of age
5th grade students must be 10 years of age



StJLC SchoolSchool Calendar:

St. John School will follow the BISD Calendar.
The first day of school is Monday, August 12.
Our ‘Meet the Teacher Day’ will be Friday, August 9.
The 2024-2025 calendar/schedule is available for download HERE.



$4,725/year for 3 day Pre-K
$7,350/year for 5 day Pre-K and elementary grades


Registration Fee: $200


Student Supply Kits (available at a discounted rate):

$200 Pre-K and Kinder
$400 1st through 5th grades


Contact Info:

Please feel free to contact us with any questions.
Tiffany Jureczki:  [email protected] or 830-375-5321


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Why choose StJLC School?


At St. John Lutheran School we value the education of every child that walks through our doors. Realizing that parents carry the basic responsibility to educate their children, we also understand that teachers play a large role in helping children develop foundational skills and knowledge. We aim to serve as an extension of a child’s home and church.


The StJLC School has an experienced, caring school staff. Our classes will offer low student to teacher ratios so that each student will receive the personalized attention and individualized instruction they need and deserve.

Benefits of mixed grade classrooms include:

  • Increased social and emotional understanding
  • Collaborative and independent learning with greater ease
  • Positive peer interactions
  • Development of social, emotional, and verbal skills and self-esteem
  • Learning at their own pace
  • Improved student attitudes toward school and school work
  • Improved academic outcomes

How often do people divide by age group in the real world? Not too often! Mixed-age classrooms better prepare children for the “real world,” in which they’ll interact with other people of a range of ages, experiences, and abilities.

About Our School Director: Tiffany Jureczki

Tiffany Jureczki

Tiffany Jureczki has dedicated her life to the academic and spiritual education of the children of Boerne. She has a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in Education from the University of Texas. She taught at Lackland ISD for 5 years before she began her ministry at St. John Lutheran Church as the Nursery Director. Tiffany helped start a private Christian school in town where she was the Head of School for 15 years. She served in this role at the school while increasing her job duties at St. John and becoming the Director of Children’s Ministries. For almost 2 decades Tiffany has led children to Christ and nurtured the spiritual development of her dedicated staff. Starting a school at St. John Lutheran Church has been a dream of hers, and others, for many years!


Listen to Tiffany Jurezcki talk about the new school on Boerne Radio.  The podcast aired July 15, 2023. Check it out:

Meet Our Teachers

Lisa Moore
Lisa Moore

Mrs. Lisa Moore is the upper elementary teacher. In her almost 30 years of teaching, she has taught all grades pre-k through 5th, has a degree from Georgia Southern University, and her favorite thing to teach is the unbounding love God has for children.

Lara Johndrow
Lara Johndrow

Mrs. Lara Johndrow is the lower elementary teacher. She has a degree from Wayland Baptist University with over 10 years of teaching experience, including mixed grade classes. Her favorite things to teach are reading and phonics, a perfect fit for her class this year.

Melanie Garcia
Melanie Garcia

Mrs. Melanie Garcia and Mrs. Rose Nelson are co-teaching Pre-K. Melanie has 10 years experience teaching, and her favorite classroom (although an outdoor activity) is Mud Day where she includes all subjects in hands-on, muddy fun!

Rose Nelson
Rose Nelson

Mrs. Melanie Garcia and Mrs. Rose Nelson are co-teaching Pre-K. Rose specializes in Pre-K and has over 20 years of experience with little ones. She loves teaching Bible stories and chapel, but art is her favorite subject to teach because it’s messy and encompasses all subjects.

 School Board Members:

George Klein, Tracy McCullough, Marissa Perez-Lima, Amy Silva, Teri Folkerts, Peggy Hoppes, Rod Townsend

School Scholarship FundStJLC School Scholarship Sponsor Opportunities


St. John Lutheran School is a 501c3 non-profit charitable organization whose mission is to know Jesus and make Jesus known through academic excellence and Christian character. We are establishing scholarships to fund the needs of families who strive for academic excellence for their children but cannot afford the full tuition. Sponsorships provide students  with the financial support needed to attend our private school. Your sponsorship also provides an opportunity to promote your business while supporting the local community.


If you would like to learn more about becoming a St. John Lutheran School Scholarship Sponsor, click on one of the button below to find more information about the tiered recognition program, the sponsor form, and more information about our School Scholarship Sponsor Opportunities.


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