In 1862, the Lutheran families of the Point Prairie' district
recognized the educational needs of their children and
met them by building a one-room schoolhouse.
We continue this tradition of Christian education today.
We believe it begins through the living waters of
Holy Baptism and continues as a lifelong journey of faith.
From birth, our children are enrolled in the "cradle roll"
so parents may receive pamphlets, booklets, and music
tapes that teach the faith.
From the age of three on, our members are encouraged to
attend Sunday school classes. We offer classes at all levels,
from pre-school to adult, in addition to a variety of other
Bible study opportunities.
Trinity Lutheran School seeks to develop the spiritual,
intellectual, social and physical well being of each
student. Our christ-centered curriculum offers a
well-rounded education in all academic disciplines
including daily religious instruction, computer use,
a variety of extra-curricular activities, and Christian
service opportunities for students in grades 1-8.
Our school day is structured so students of all levels work
with each of our teachers, gaining an education deepened
by exposure to each teacher's particular areas of expertise.
Our multi-grade classes are organized into upper grade
and lower grade rooms. The unique setting fosters
student leadership, caring relationships between older
and younger students, independent study skills,
individual attention and academic flexibility allowing
each student to work at his or her own level.
Like a river that deepens as one moves in from its banks,
our Christian education grows more challenging as
our faith matures and deepens.
To view a little more about our education. Video