Mission Statement

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 and serve their neighbor. 


Vision Statement

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 testimoney to the Christian faith and the distinctively Lutheran manner of expressing that faith. We celebrate God's grace through faith in Jesus. 

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 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.