Over many decades, Trinity Lutheran School’s students have flourished, largely because of the strong focus on academic excellence and an ongoing commitment to monitor and maintain the vitality of a challenging curriculum.  As a result of its recent collaborative strategic planning process, the school has adopted the Common Core State Standards (CCSS).  These nationwide standards ensure that students receive a first-rate education and preparation for future success.  TLS has begun to roll out curriculum that reflects the math standards.  Through Title II, teachers are becoming proficient at implementing the CCSS. At the heart of Trinity’s curriculum is the belief that all academic pursuits, as all human endeavors, reach their highest meaning and purpose in the service of others to the glory of God.

Trinity Lutheran School Curriculum:

Religion:  Bible study, practical experiences in Christian living, Christian doctrine, confirmation instruction, and memory work

Language Arts:  Reading, spelling, handwriting, grammar, writing, listening, and speaking

Social Studies:  Geography, history, government, and current events

Mathematics:  General math, pre-algebra, algebra, and geometry

World Language:  Spanish

Science:  General, physical, earth, and life

Physical Education:  Developmentally appropriate physical activity, and healthy life health skills.

Music Theory:  Appreciation, choirs, and band

Art:  Creative arts and appreciation

Computer:  Computer literacy and technology

Our Trinity Lutheran School (TLS) elementary and middle school curriculum has been founded on the firm foundation of God’s Word; therefore, children attending our school receive a thorough course in religion because “The respect of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom.” Psalm 111:10.

Religion is not simply a separate subject, its influence permeates and gives substance to all other subject areas taught and God’s word can allow other subjects to be properly taught.