School Fast Facts

School Fast Facts

       Pilgrim offers:

  • Preschool through 8th grade
  • Accredited through MNSAA 
  • 99% of our middle school students over the last 15 years have graduated from high school
  • Full Day Kindergarten
  • Personalized Instruction in the way your child learns best. Experiential Learning Program for grades pre-K through 8
  • Tutoring and school wide academic monitoring and testing, Afterschool Homework Help.
  • Parent-Teacher Partnership with family support and frequent communication
  • Full Athletic Program including Basketball, Soccer, Volleyball, Track, and Cross-Country 
  • On site musical instrument instruction including piano, guitar, drums, vocal, and more
  • A daily breakfast and hot lunch that is prepared at the school 
  • Up to date curriculum and textbooks
  • Low student-teacher ratio, as low as 10 to 1, never more than 25 to 1
  • Affordable Tuition with Liberal Tuition Assistance available
  • Busing is available
  • Chromebooks for each student grades 1-8 and up to date computer lab equipped with Success Maker Enterprise, Knowledge Quest, Khan Academy, Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Publisher, Mavis Beacon, Type to Learn, supervised and secure high speed internet privileges and much more...
  • Field trips to many exciting and educational places
  • Annual Science and Fine Arts Fair competition and/or Dramatic/Musical productions
  • Spelling Bee and Math Tournaments at St Croix High School 
  • Affiliated with both West Lutheran High School and St. Croix Lutheran High School

   For more information please contact our Principal, Mrs. Michelle Cambrice at 612-825-5375 ext. 103. or 


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