Top Evangelical Lutheran Education Association (ELEA) Private Schools in New Jersey

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For the 2021 school year, there are 4 top private schools in New Jersey belonging to the Evangelical Lutheran Education Association (ELEA), serving 446 students.
The American Lutheran Education Association was formed in 1961 by joining the Christian Day School Association from the eastern United States with the Lutheran Teachers Association from the western part of the country. ELEA has remained a stable association throughout decades of change in leadership and structure, and looks to the future with a vision for strengthening newly utilized Regions, providing more opportunities for training and conferencing, helping more schools and early childhood centers participate in our Accreditation processes, and increased services and advocacy for members.
You can also find more schools membership associations in New Jersey.

Top Evangelical Lutheran Education Association (ELEA) Private Schools (2021)

  • School Location Grades Students
  • King Of Kings School
    Daycare / Preschool (Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (formerly AELC, ALC, or LCA))
    250 Harmony Rd
    Middletown, NJ 07748
    (732) 615-0220

    Grades: K-1 | 157 students
  • The Little Tree Preschool
    The Little Tree Preschool Photo - Outdoor painting during summer camp 2013.
    Daycare / Preschool (Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (formerly AELC, ALC, or LCA))
    910 Marne Hwy
    Hainesport, NJ 08036
    (609) 267-1443

    Grades: NS-K | 46 students
  • 135 Salmon Street
    Brick, NJ 08723
    (732) 477-5335

    Grades: PK-8 | 139 students
  • Zion Lutheran School
    (Lutheran Church Missouri Synod)
    64 1st Ave
    Westwood, NJ 07675
    (201) 664-8060

    Grades: PK-8 | 104 students
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