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 responsibility to reflect a Christian witness through a high level of sportsmanship.
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.
Each spring Trinity puts on an Operetta, which involves everyone in the school kindergarten through 8th grade. 5th - 8th graders are able to audition for speaking rolls, kindergarten - 4th grade participate in the chorus and sing songs as a group. Check back for more information regarding more information regarding operetta 2019.
We have two choirs at Trinity. The first is K-2nd graders, directed by Cathy Sprengeler and accompanied by Rose Holbrook. The second is 3rd-8th grade, directed and accompanied by Jan Moeller. Each choir sings during chapel and in our Trinity Lutheran Church's Sunday morning services once a month.
In addition to choir, 3rd-4th graders also have a recorder class, where they learn about music and work on playing the record. This class is taught every other year by Jan Moeller.
Band & Orchestra
5th-8th grade students can join the public schools for orchestra while 6th-8th grade students are able to join band. Students also receive individual orchestra and band lessons through the public schools.