| Why St.Sava?
Religion: 2 hours per week, Liturgy, and Matins.
Serbian: 2 hours per week mandatory.
3 hours of additional English Reading.
2 hours of Applied Math and Robotics.
2 hours of World History and Geography.
Business (Junior Achievement)
St. Sava Orthodox School is committed to providing a superior academic program, where all students will be nurtured to learn and develop spiritually, morally and intellectually to their fullest potential, within a safe and caring Orthodox Christian environment.
Welcome to our School
No one can lay down another foundation of education,
Not in our time, nor in thousands of years after us,
Outside of this living Foundation which has established
Itself and said: ‘Without me, you can do nothing’ “.
(St. Vladika Nikolaj, Missionary Letter 154.).
St. Sava Orthodox School is a parochial preschool through eighth grade. The Holy Orthodox Church and its School has a mission to care for future generations of children and for the fulfilment of the teachings established by our Founding Father St. Sava.
King Solomon wrote: “The crown of old men is children of children, and the boasting of children is their fathers.” (Proverbs, 17:6-7). St. Sava Orthodox School is the place where the teachings of both, St. Vladika Nikolaj and King Solomon, are realized and practiced.
This is the place where all of us are committed to providing a superior academic program, where all students will be nurtured to learn and develop spiritually, morally and intellectually to their fullest potential, within a safe and caring Orthodox Christian environment.
We are sure that our hard work will prove that it is true that the future of our Church is in our children, but more importantly the future of our children is in our Church.
Only spiritually guided Orthodox children can grow to become good leaders with good families, and these families can become strong members of the greater family of St. Sava Congregation in Milwaukee.
“Come and see!” (John, 1:39).
Very Rev. Fr. Dragan K. Veleusicc
Open House Brunch: Wednesday, April 05, 5 pm - 7 pm