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Preschool Enrollment Application Form (required) Billing Form (required) Extended Care Form (optional)
Through small class sizes, a custom education plan for each child, intentional leadership development, a robust performing arts program, and dedicated STEAM content, Trinity Lutheran Christian School provides the best opportunity for your kids to become all that God created them to be.
Upon acceptance, each TK-8th grade student will receive a Custom Education Plan (CEP).
Trinity teachers, wanting to take the benefits of small class size even further – purposefully and strategically focused on each student, joined together to develop a protocol that would equip all teachers to better meet the needs of their students. The CEP includes academic measures (test results, reading levels), personal data (strengths, weaknesses, special interests, siblings, motivators, learning style), character/student skill goals (developed in partnership with parents), and notes pertinent to the student’s developmental progress.
The CEP protocol also includes close collaboration from each teacher to the next, quickening and improving the transition from each grade to the next.
TK-8th Grade Application Form (required) Billing Form (required) Extended Care Form (optional)
Touring a school is much more than seeing the facility, rather, it is the only effective way to learn about the school culture. When you tour Trinity you will be able to observe students in the classroom and at recess, observe teachers interacting with students, meet administration, faculty, and staff. After experiencing Trinity through a tour, you can have confidence that the school culture of the school will be able to meet your child’s needs. A tour also allows you to ask questions that specifically address your child’s strengths, weaknesses, and interests.
After touring Trinity, your child may want to experience our culture for themselves through an optional Shadow Day. This is a great way for potential students to experience the school in a non-threatening way. It is a fun way to share the school day and make new friends.