All families are required to submit forms for every returning student every year as a part of the re-enrollment process. These forms are available as of mid-July.
To access and complete the forms . . .
- Log into Skyward Family Access.
- Click "Online Forms."
Due dates . . .
- All students must complete the Handbook Agreement prior to Orientation Day (August 23, 2021).
- Athletes must complete the WIAA Rules of Eligibility prior to the first day of fall tryouts/practice.
- P10 - Forms
- P11 - ATHLETICS - Required Reading (Every Year)
- P12 - ATHLETICS - Required Forms (Every Year)
- P14 - Find Tuition Balance
- P15 - SKYWARD - How to Log In
- P16 - SKYWARD - Set Skylert & Email Preferences
- P17 - SKYWARD - Downloadable App
- P18 - STOPit App - Anonymous reporting of bullying, threats, or self-harm
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Purpose: It shall be the aim of the FVL Federation to offer a sound Christian education to all students attending this school. Such education shall be taught wholly and solely from a scriptural point of view as set forth in Article II of the Constitution. All courses of instruction and school discipline shall reflect Scriptural principles. (FVL Constitution, Article III, Section 2)
Courses of Instruction
Courses of instruction shall be maintained to prepare our graduates
For Christian living and service
To enter institutions of higher education
To enter the worker training program of the WELS (FVL Constitution, Article IV)
- FVL exists to provide a Christ-centered education to students from the FVL Federation/FVL Schools system and other WELS congregations.
- FVL exists to provide a Christ-centered education as an outreach tool to students from the Fox Valley region.
- FVL exists to provide a Christ-centered education as an outreach tool to international students.
- Preparing students for eternity is the ultimate purpose of FVL.
- All students are encouraged to lead lives of service as demonstrated by their involvement in various service activities.
- Through leadership training and activities students are equipped to become leaders in their school, church, and community.
- Students are encouraged to develop healthy bodies through wellness and fitness programs.
- All classes are taught from a scriptural viewpoint by WELS teachers.
- All cocurricular activities are led by teachers and laypeople in fellowship with the WELS, and are an extension of the Christian classroom.