St. Mark Lutheran School nurtures children in faith and intellect, equipping them for Christian lives of service. We strive to provide our students with opportunities to develop mentally, physically, socially, and spiritually in a Christ-centered and family-friendly environment. The training we offer not only builds a foundation for success in school and life but also instills a firm foundation in God's Word and solid faith in their Savior, Jesus Christ.
The mission of St. Mark Lutheran School is to assist parents, both in the congregation and community, in providing their children a Christ-centered education, preparing them for life with their Savior here on earth and eternally in heaven.
About Peter Micheel
Mr. Micheel is serving his Lord in his 26th year in the teaching ministry. He has previously served as an emergency teacher to the Apache mission at East Fork, Arizona, principal and grades 3-8 teacher at Christ Lutheran in Grand Island, Nebraska, and principal and grades 5-8 teacher at Trinity Lutheran in Minocqua, Wisconsin. In addition to serving as principal, Mr. Micheel teaches several classes in grades 5-8. He also enjoys participating in the St. Mark worship choir.
Peter and his wife, Leah, enjoy living in Eau Claire. Leah has her own cleaning company where she cleans for businesses and home residences. God has blessed them with four children. Their oldest, Joseph, is a sophomore at UW Eau Claire and is majoring in finance and accounting. Their oldest daughter, Abby, is a Senior at Luther Preparatory School in Watertown. She is considering colleges at this time. Their younger daughter, Jillian is a Junior and also attends Luther Prep. Their youngest child, Noah, is a 7th grader at St. Mark.
Peter earned a Bachelor's Degree in education at Dr. Martin Luther College in 1994. He also received a Master's Degree in elementary education Grades K-6 from the University of Nebraska at Kearney in 2000. Peter enjoys camping in the beautiful state parks of Wisconsin.
"I truly consider it a privilege to serve as the principal and a teacher at St. Mark Lutheran School. Throughout my teaching ministry, I have been blessed to serve God's people as they entrust their most precious earthly treasures, their children, to our care at our cherished schools. Seeing students grow in their faith as they study Luther's Catechism and the vital doctrines the Bible teaches gives me special encouragement knowing the Holy Spirit works through God's Word and connects our students to their Savior, Jesus. If you would like to learn more about St. Mark, I would gladly welcome your contact. Our school is Christ-centered and prepares students for eternity!"