What does a Christian education look like in the 21st century? When you step back
and look at the big picture preparing a child for the world that doesn’t yet exist is not an easy task. What skills will children need to survive and succeed in the world? What abilities and traits will serve them in a time that’s changing and developing so rapidly?
At Trinity Lutheran School we focus on foundational skills that ensure students develop critical thinking through complex problems, as well as the ability to work and communicate across diverse teams.
Critical thinking, Creativity, Collaboration and Christ.
We strive to ensure students can thrive in a world where change is constant and
learning never stops.
We teach Critical Thinking - As critical thinkers students are able to solve complex
problems. They take initiative and aren’t afraid to get their hands dirty and make mistakes.
They learn from those mistakes to find more effective solutions.
We teach Creativity - As innovators students have the power to face interesting challenges and figure out ways to meet those challenges with ingenuity and vision. Creativity is an outlet that inspires students to see who they are, what they can do, and to realize what
they can accomplish.
We teach Collaboration. Connection, communication and collaboration with others are essential not only to student learning but their mental and emotional health. We remind
our students that communication will represent who they are as individuals in every
relationship they make in their lives. Whether talking face-to-face, blogging, texting, or
creating a visual product. Students must possess the ability to collaborate and communicate in various situations.
Above all else, we teach Christ. A solid Christian education recognizes the unique, God given gifts and talents of the students and challenges them to achieve their amazing potential. Students are recognized for who they are: sinners in need of God’s grace in Christ. Providing students a strong foundation in a world of shifting values and morals students are given a vision of God’s Kingdom and their place in it.