Trinity Lutheran School`s Child Development Center nurtures the development of the whole child from a core foundation of faith, preparing them spiritually, academically, socially, and emotionally in partnership with their familyfor future academic success and to lead purpose-filled lives for Christ.

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Trinity Lutheran School Child Development Center ranks among the top 20% of private schools in Florida for:

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School Overview

School Membership(s)School Assoc.
Religious Affiliation
Grades Offered
Grades Nursery/Preschool-Prekindergarten
Year Founded
Summer School Offered

Student Body

Total Students
Student Body Type

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Classroom Dress Code
(uniform t-shirts for Pre-K)

Tuition and Acceptance Rate

Admission Deadline
None / Rolling
Admissions Director
Porscha Wiggins


Total Sports Offered
2 sports

School Notes

Nestled in downtown Orlando, TLS provides a nurturing educational environment for infants through PreK-4.  Whether in our warm and cozy infant/toddler settings, or our home-like preschool atmosphere, our parents know we wrap our students in the loving arms of Jesus Christ. Our secure five-acre campus provides ample space for our state-of-the-art Child Development Center, sports field, full-size gym, playgrounds, and an historic setting for our weekly chapel worship.  Become a part of the Trinity family and experience award-winning care and education recognized by the National Lutheran School Accreditation.
  • Our philiosophy, as a ministry of Trinity Lutheran Church, is rooted in the fact that God has created each child and loves him or her dearly. God has given each child a distinct personality, an infinite curiosity, and a great capacity for love. The program at Trinity CDC is planned to provide a safe and nurturing environment that promotes the spiritual, physical, social, emotional, and cognitive development of children. Our goal is to provide learning about the world God has given us in a manner that reflects the great love He shares with us. Children learn through play. We provide an enriched play experience with large group, small group, and individualized activities. The day is set up in a learning center format with both child- and adult-initiated activities. The child`s day includes hands-on activities in creative art, math, science, music, dramatic play, computers, reading, bible focus, writing and language. Our goal is to develop a positive self-concept, a love for learning, respect for others, social success, and a love and knowledge of God. 
Profile last updated: 04/29/2021

School Reviews

  5.00 out of 5  (3 reviews)
Six years ago our deep rooted connection began with Trinity Lutheran School. We left public school, as our son was struggling and needing teachers who had compassion and the best interest for our children's education. The teachers of TLS have more than helped our children thrive personally, academically and all with a Christian reinforcement. This has been a decision made for our children, and one that we know will give them a lifetime of success. We know we made the right choice when they are excited to go to school each day and when they tell us that ''TLS is our family.'' It has certainly proven to be the best choice we have made for our family.
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To us, Trinity is so much more than an outstanding school . In terms of how our four children have grown in Christ, grown in character, and grown academically, our daughter who graduated last year provides insight as to the lasting effects this awesome school instills in the youth it educates. When she came to them in the sixth grade, she was below average in many areas, failing several subjects, and rejecting accountability standards. By the time she graduated, her grades and maturity greatly improved. Now, she maintains the academic integrity she learned under Trinity's auspices. Our middle school-aged children both have blossomed, each in his/her own way. I realized this when they were on the school trip to Washington DC. They were so excited about all the historic and government sights, appreciating the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity! Ou youngest is our special-needs child, but with issues not clearly visible, as a physical disability. She struggles with behavior and attention. Under the teachers'' and principle's firm but gentle and loving guidance, she too experiences terrific success and happiness there. ANY child who's a Trinity child is a child blessed, indeed!
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This school is a hidden gem in downtown Orlando. It is a small Chrisitan school with a long and wonderful history. The staff is warm and caring. The day school staff knows each and every child by name! They treat you like family, and that is one reason I was drawn to it. The students excel academically and are well prepared for high school, many of whom start in Spanish II and Geometry by the time they start 9th grade. Their tuition rates are very competitive. Even though there are several other private schools downtown, Trinity real makes my children and I feel that we have come home.
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