Trinity Lutheran School K3-Eighth Grade



The mission of Trinity Lutheran School is to partner with parents to guide and educate children and families to know that they are redeemed children of God.  As such, through education, they will identify, develop, and utilize their God-given talents, thereby preparing them to spread the good news of Jesus Christ to all nations.



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

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 the 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.


C.A.R.E. A+

The environment at Trinity Lutheran School can be summarized by, and springs forth from these five statements.  We are: Christ centered, Academically strong, Respectfully operated, Emotionally grounded, and All in.  All staff members, leaders, parents, and students strive to maintain a personal commitment to each of these formative principles.

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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.



1. 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 click here to go to the DPI website.

2. A family interview is held with the principal.

3. A Trinity enrollment application is submitted along with any applicable down-payment of tuition.

4. Past student records and letters of recommendation are presented from the student’s most recent teacher and principal.

5. Placement testing is conducted.  Please click here for placement testing information.

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.