Trinity Lutheran School K3-Eighth Grade


Trinity Lutheran Church & School

A family of believers created by God the Father, redeemed by Jesus the Christ, equipped by the Holy Spirit to confess, proclaim, and teach the Good News of God’s love and grace.

Created.  Redeemed.  Equipped.
Confess.  Proclaim.  Teach.


    The mission of Trinity Lutheran Church & School is accomplished in part by faithfully providing a quality education centered in Jesus Christ.

Trinity Lutheran School reflects our Mission through (by):

  1. Encouraging students to foster a personal faith relationship with Jesus Christ, through instruction, devotional time, and worship,

  2. Applying a confessional understanding of Lutheran beliefs as defined in Scripture and the Lutheran Confessions,

  3. Partnering with school families to strive toward the best outcome for each student,

  4. Creating a learning atmosphere that promotes academic excellence at all grade levels,

  5. Nurturing a spirit of community and support throughout the school (e.g. chapel buddies, family groups, partner classes, etc.)

  6. Reaching out with the Gospel by involving pastors in the enrollment process, baptismal outreach, invitations to adult learning, available counseling and care, etc.

  7. Providing a safe environment for our students (physically, emotionally, and spiritually), focused on the comprehensive well-being of the child,

  8. Fostering a kindergarten through 12th grade vision for Lutheran education in partnership with Racine Lutheran High School,

  9. Preparing students for ongoing learning, growth, and service when they leave our care/ministry.

    Upon graduating from Trinity Lutheran School, your children will possess two clearly identifiable traits.  First, they will truly understand what it is to have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior of all creation.  This is a firm foundation that can guide them throughout this life and set them on the path to eternal life. Second, they will possess a wide range of academic understanding, skills and knowledge.  This trait will serve as a solid base on which to build lifelong learning. These traits will enable them to be leading members of society, to be involved members of their congregations, and to be witnesses for Jesus Christ wherever they are called to serve.


Christian faith and practice, as confessed and taught in the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, extends to everything that is done at Trinity.  Christian instruction is not only carried out formally, but is integrated into the study of every subject. Students are immersed in a Christian atmosphere, surrounded by teachers, administrators, pastors, and staff members who strive to have their very presence be a testimony to the Christian faith and the distinctively Lutheran manner of expressing that faith.  We celebrate God’s grace through faith in Jesus.

    We know that each of us sins daily, that we have a sincere need to repent of those sins, and that we need to be reconciled with God and with one another.  We know that Jesus Christ died and rose again to forgive all sins. Not one of us is better than another. This said, we recognize there are sins that are more visible than others.  We believe and teach that visible sins should be addressed in a Scriptural manner - lovingly involving repentance, forgiveness, and reconciliation. Left unaddressed, such sin can seriously damage the Christian community.  The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod is a creed based church body with Biblically defined doctrine that explains the Christian faith.  We believe, teach, and confess that the Bible is the inspired, infallible Word of God, acting as the source of authority over our beliefs, morality, lifestyle, and conduct.  In light of the intensifying debate in our culture today, we affirm: the sanctity of human life from conception, the permanence of one’s gender at birth, the importance of a stable family life, faithfulness in marriage between a man and a woman, and the abstention from sexual relationships outside God’s design as expressed in Scripture (which include same-gender and extramarital relations).  

At Trinity Lutheran School we expect that the families of our students will not act in a way that is contrary to, or disrupts the teachings of this school in matters of religious faith and personal conduct.  Family members are not required to believe or confess the teachings and beliefs of the LC-MS. However, family members may not act in a way that may negatively affect the school, promote on Trinity communication tools beliefs that are contrary to those of the LC-MS, or otherwise weaken or undermine the culture being developed at the school.  We endeavor to act in ways consistent with being brothers and sisters in Christ at all times.

The uniqueness of Lutheran Schools lies in our...

  1. Time dedicated for Christian instruction.

  2. Professional teachers who are free to share their faith in Jesus Christ.

  3. Influence of Christian values, motives, and convictions throughout the school day.

  4. Approach of educating the whole child by including the spiritual dimension.

We believe that...

  1. All people need to learn their proper Biblical relationships with God and with each other.

  2. The home must remain the focal point of each child's spiritual growth, centering on worship, Bible study, and personal devotions.

  3. We are a valuable aid to the home in building a richer spiritual life.

  4. Christian schools set the standard for the highest quality education possible because any subject, either religious or secular, is best taught from a Biblical perspective.

  5. The schools of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod are founded on the absolute truths revealed in God's Holy Word and explained by the Lutheran Confessions.

  6. Lutheran schools provide a Christ-centered atmosphere where Christian educators are committed to providing a complete education that meets each child's spiritual, intellectual, emotional, physical, and aesthetic needs.  

  7. The influence of professional  Christian educators encourages the development of a learning, living faith.

  8. We aim to  encourage children to become workers in God's kingdom and equip them to serve God and others throughout this life.  A child who is equipped in this way is more able, with the help of God, to face any circumstances of the future.

Non-Discrimination Policy

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.



For Enrollment Information

Please contact the school office at 262.632.1766 to receive answers to your questions about enrolling at Trinity or about vouchers and our participation in the Racine Parental Choice Program.


 A Racine Parental Choice Program (voucher) application may be submitted according to the statutes established by the State of Wisconsin and the regulations of the Department of Public Instruction. For more information please go to the DPI website-

 A family interview is held with the principal.

All new students are enrolled on a 90 school days probationary period (equal to one full semester). Conferences may be held during this period with the teacher, principal, and parents to determine continued enrollment for individuals whose overall performance is in question.

DPI Accountability Report Card



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