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Trinity Activities

Trinity Lutheran School challenges its students to go beyond the basic curriculum in a variety of areas. We challenge our students to embrace opportunities to use their God-given talents and abilities in athletics, music, drama, and many other areas to help each individual student to work to their greatest potential and develop leadership skills that enable them to direct and participate in activities that can change the world for Christ.

Co-curriculars include our athletic program, student council, choir, band, orchestra, and drama. We encourage students to do the things they love and also try new things to help discover what their future can hold.

In our small school setting, students can choose to be involved in many different activities. They don't have to be just a music student, just an athlete, or just an artist. In fact, involvement in athletics, organizations, and clubs helps our students better-set goals, organize their time, and accomplish great things both in and out of the classroom.


  • Crusader Athletics
    Trinity Lutheran School offers interscholastic athletic opportunities for students to develop and enjoy their God-given talents. We are proud of the students and coaches who contribute to make the athletics program a positive experience. The athletics program at Trinity provides experiences to help our students grow physically, mentally, emotionally, and most importantly, spiritually. Our athletic program aims to prepare our students to compete in today’s world with Christian values—winning at “any cost” does not serve our Lord Jesus Christ. Students are challenged to want to win and excel, but with Christian principles prevailing at all times. ​ We believe that participation in athletics, both as a participant and spectator, benefits students’ educational experiences. Such participation is a privilege that carries with it a responsibility to reflect a Christian witness through a high level of sportsmanship. ​ Our athletic program sees the organized sports experience as a platform for developing athletic, social and spiritual skills. One of the major goals of the athletic program is to help students learn to apply Christian principles to their lives. Dealing with success, as well as frustrations and failure, understanding teamwork, and maintaining a proper Christian attitude in sports and in daily life are the athletic programs goal for every student-athlete. ​ While we encourage all 5th-8th grade students to participate in Crusaders Athletics, we do not offer all sports. Therefore 7th-8th grade students may participate in sports we do not offer (football, swimming, track, etc.) at Boone Middle School. Sports at Trinity: - Volleyball (fall) - Basketball (winter) - Cheerleading (winter) - Soccer (spring)
  • Music
    Choir Our Trinity choirs exist to further the Gospel through song. While many public school choirs can create excellent musical groups that are pleasing to hear, Trinity has the ability to not only make beautiful music, but to combine it with the Word of God. The same Word that changes peoples lives as God works faith in their hearts. The same Word that forms the foundation of our school. The same Word that stands as a guarantee of God's love and our salvation through Jesus Christ. That is the message that the choirs bring as they perform within the school, in the community, and in our churches. Through singing in concerts and assisting in worship services, students learn vocal and aural skills needed to become a well-rounded singer, as well as skills needed for vocal performance. Choir is designed to teach self-discipline and commitment while working together toward a common goal of excellence and fostering an appreciation of music. We have two choirs at Trinity. Our Kindergarten - 4th Grade choir is directed by Cathy Sprengeler, while Rachel Mann directs the Middle School choir. Both are accompanied by Rose Holbrook. Each choir sings during chapel and in our Trinity Lutheran Church's Sunday morning services once a month. We have a School Christmas Service in December and a choir concert during Lutheran School's Week that features both choirs. Band/Orchestra 5th-8th grade students can join the public schools for orchestra and band. Students also receive individual orchestra and band lessons at Trinity through the public school directors.
  • Student Council
    Student Council (STUCO) is a fun, energetic, and entertaining group of students who organize and lead a variety of school activities. The purpose of the student council is to give students an opportunity to develop leadership by organizing and carrying out school activities and service projects. In addition to planning events that contribute to school spirit and community welfare, the student council is the voice of the student body. They help share student ideas, interests and concerns with the school wide community.
  • Drama
    Each spring Trinity puts on a school operetta, which involves all students Kindergarten through 8th grade. 5th - 8th graders are able to audition for speaking parts, Kindergarten - 4th grade participate in the chorus. Join us this year on Friday, May 10 for our 2024 production, "Time and Time Again".
  • Christmas Service
    Each December we have a Christmas worship service in which our entire school (Preschool through 8th grade) lead in songs, speaking parts, and Bible readings, to proclaim the true message of Christmas and celebrate our Savior's birth.
  • Lutheran Schools Week
    Every year at the end of January we celebrate National Lutheran Schools Week, which provides nearly 2,000 preschools, elementary schools and high schools with the public opportunity to proclaim and celebrate God’s work among us in schools of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod. We thank God for the opportunity to provide excellent academic preparation for the children we serve. We are most grateful for the opportunity to share Jesus’ amazing love with children and their families. National Lutheran Schools Week gives us an opportunity to proclaim these great blessings within the Boone community we serve. Our school is an amazing incubators for faithful witness of God’s love for us through Christ by teachers and students alike. Nation Lutheran Schools Week 2024 was January 21–27
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