Trinity Lutheran School has been in the ministry of teaching God’s children for over 135 years! We are recognized by Nebraska Department of Education and have received national accreditation from National Lutheran School Accreditation for both our Early Childhood Program and our K-5th Grade programs.
We Share Your Views and Beliefs
As a parent, you want your child to grow up in an environment where the beliefs are like your own. Trinity Lutheran School provides a setting where faith is fostered each and every day. Children learn they have alternatives to the values and lifestyles commonly displayed in popular culture. At Trinity Lutheran School, students are taught to view the world through a Christian lens that guides them to live according to biblical ideals in today’s world. Students, teachers and families speak freely about Christ at our school and are encouraged to share the Gospel.
We Partner with Your Family
The community of students, teachers and families at Trinity Lutheran School feel like “family.” We take pride in relationships that go beyond the student alone and extend deeper to their family. Trinity Lutheran School is not bound by the same structure as other schools in the area. This gives us the unique opportunity to embrace each student and their family as individuals to provide the personal attention, encouragement and problem solving you and your child deserve. We may have the titles of principal, teacher or coach, but our passion for being strong Christian role models and partnering with families to shape the futures of our youth through the love of God is our mission.
We Prepare Youth for Success
Students perform better academically when they are comfortable in their environment and feel they belong. Benefits like smaller class sizes, going to chapel and applying biblical teaching and guidance to difficult situations are all a part of how we provide a high-quality Christ-centered education. While each school is different and has its own curriculum, Lutheran Schools of Lincoln achieve among the highest in standardized test scores. Lincoln Lutheran Middle/High School in particular, traditionally has ACT scores amid the highest of all Lincoln schools. Families who pick a Lutheran School find that their kids have more opportunities to excel academically, personally and spiritually. Lincoln Lutheran Schools keep a leading edge by implementing the latest in technology and teaching methods. Teachers really care and do everything they can to make sure students are well-prepared to succeed in college and in life.
Our teachers and staff are committed to excellence in Early Childhood Education. As a whole (Toddlers – 5th Grade), the Trinity Lutheran School Faculty has a combined 160+ years of experience in educating children. Professional development is continually ongoing. Our faculty and staff attend annual professional development conferences offsite as well as scheduled monthly professional development sessions.
Curriculum & Instruction
At Trinity Lutheran School we place particular emphasis in the following areas: Christian Religion, Mathematics, Reading, Science, Social Studies, and Writing. In addition, we proudly offer a curriculum that encourages that fosters that growth of the whole child. These courses include Art, Choir, Computer Instruction, Physical Education, and Spanish.
The Arts are extremely important at Trinity Lutheran School. We have two choirs and a drama club.
Our Early Childhood Students participate in the God’s Little Love Bug Choir and the Kindergarten through 5th Grade Students participate in the Trinity Singers Choir. The choirs sing at different chapel services throughout the school year, at church services at Trinity Lutheran Church and at our annual Christmas Program, Spring Musical and at other special events.
Trinity teachers are constantly learning new and exciting ways to incorporate technology into our classrooms. All of our classrooms are blessed to have at least one iPad and an Apple TV. The iPads have been a great extension to helping us teach in the classroom. We are always looking to find additional ways to add new technology to our classrooms.