Small Classes

We keep our classes small. We believe that a small class gives the teacher opportunity to build strong relationship with each child. Small class numbers allow a teacher to effectively and implement high expectations. Small classes give the parents and the teacher opportunity to build a strong communication base. Finally, a small class promotes a family style of learning that encourages the child to grow and succeed.

Strong Partnership

You are looking for a school that will work with you, as your partner in your

child's education. Trinity agrees with you and works with each family to build

that strong partnership. That partnership begins the moment your child is

accepted to attend Trinity Lutheran School. Your child's name is added to our

class list. From the class list, the teacher begins in August to call and make

arrangements to come to your house for a home visit! That's right, a home

visit! Our teachers go out to each and every child's home prior to school

starting, and spending 20-30 minutes with your child and you. The children

love this aspect of our partnership! It shows that our teachers are willing to

go the extra-mile for his/her students. The children love coming to school with his/her picture already on the class bulletin board. The parents have a new partner that they know cares for their child. The teacher knows the child and has importantly sight into the student's life that will be used to nurture the child in the classroom.

 

Nurturing Environment

Trinity Lutheran School is a caring place! When you drop your child off you will walk out knowing that your child is in a place where his/her welfare will be protected. You will drop your child off with staff members you know and who know your child. You will go to work knowing that your child is learning, making friends, and being nurtured. 

 

Basics

Trinity Lutheran School does an outstanding job educating children! We believe in the basics; Religious Instruction, Language Arts, Math, Science and Geography. We believe that a child must learn to read and write starting with the basic sounds and shapes of our alphabet. From there the child will expand his/her ability to communicate to include synthesizing sounds and shapes to form words, sentences, and paragraphs. Practice at using a skill will allow the child to master it. The basics must be mastered before moving to a more advanced skill. Trinity does this starting in preschool and works with the child to develop mastery of every basic skill.