Kingdom Prep is a school that is part of the Parental School Choice program. View this excellent video piece created by the Badger Institute which outline some of the ways Kingdom Prep offers opportunities and unique experiences to students who are part of the the KP Brotherhood.
Every spring, as part of their rites of passage, freshmen and transfer students spend three days camping in Marinette County on the Peshtigo River. Hiking, white-water rafting and conversations around the campfire provide young men an opportunity to encounter both new challenges and deepen the bonds of brotherhood.
Nehemiah Hour is unique to Kingdom Prep and is a required class for all freshmen and transfer students. This project-based learning class teaches young men to be attentive to their world and seek solutions to problems they see in the school, neighborhood and community. They student the life of Nehemiah from the Old Testament and […]
As one of the founding leaders of Kingdom Prep, Assistant Principal Shawn Sprewer sees the graduation of KP’s first class in May 2022 as the highlight of the past four years since Kingdom Prep began in 2018. “Graduation was the pinnacle of everything we have done at KP thus far,” shares Shawn. “Seeing these young […]
Learn more about the founding and distinctive characteristics of Kingdom Prep in this excellent mini-documentary overview of the school created by the Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod.