Admission Information

Trinity Lutheran Church operates this elementary school, not for profit, but to provide instruction to all children in accordance with the beliefs of the Christian faith, in the interests of good citizenship, and for individual growth.

Applications for admission are accepted in the following order:

  1. Children of families who are currently enrolled in Trinity Lutheran School.
  2. Member children of the congregation
  3. Member children of other LC-MS congregations
  4. Families of the Racine community.
  5. Choice families during open enrollment Feb-Aug

Next Steps in Admission to Trinity Lutheran School Racine:

  1. Click Here to request admission Informtion
  2. Submit Choice Application (as applicable)
  3. A family Interview with Principal
  4. A Pastoral introduction meeting with the family
  5. An enrollment application is submitted through TADS
  6. A Copy of the child's birth certificate or passport, immunization records, physical form (middle school) and release form must be on file with the school prior to his or her first day of attendance.  This applies to enrollments at all grade levels.
  7. Past student records from previous school
  8. A placement test is conducted to determine reading and math placement for all applicants. If students have current MAP scores, testing may not be required.
  9. All new students are enrolled on a probationary period for up to ninety days. A meeting will be held during this period with the teacher, principal, and parents to determine continued enrollment for the student.
  10. To be enrolled in K3, K4, or K5, a child must have reached three, four, or five years of age respectively, by August 31st. 

School Choice

Continue here for the Racine Private School Choice Program -

Trinity Lutheran School Racine participates in the State of Wisconsin, RPCP School Choice Program.  Our participation welcomes all students to apply for tuition voucher through the Department of Public Instruction program.  All decisions made in the management of this program follow the requirements set forth by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction (DPI).  Trinity's target class size of students per class is made be the principal with input from school board.


Trinity Lutheran school admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.