Trinity Lutheran School

  • School Theme for 2018-2019 "Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give a reason for the hope that you have." 1 Peter 3:15.

School Overview

Religious AffiliationWisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod
Grades OfferedGrades Nursery/Preschool-8
Year Founded1975

Student Body

Total Students47 students
Student Body TypeCo-ed
Students by GradeTrinity Lutheran School Student By Grade

Academics and Faculty

Total Classroom Teachers4 teachers
Student : Teacher Ratio12:1
National avg.: 13:1
% Faculty w/Advanced Degree
Average Class Size12 students
Classroom Dress CodeCasual

Finances and Admission

Admission DeadlineNone / Rolling
Tuition NotesPK3 (Members) - $400 PK3 (Non-Members) - $900 PK4 (Members) - $500 PK4 (Non-Members) - $1500 K-8 (Members) - $700 K-8 (Non-Members) - $2000
Admissions DirectorMichael Wieting


Total Sports Offered4 sports
SportsBasketball, Cross Country, Track and Field, VolleyballBasketballCross Country,
Track and FieldVolleyball,


Total ExtracurricularsTotal Extra-curric.5 extracurriculars
ExtracurricularsExtra-curric.Club or Organization:
Fine Arts Fair, National Geography Bee, Science Fair, Social Studies Fair

Arts and Music Programs:

School Notes

  • WELCOME! In a K-1 Science class I once taught, we had the opportunity to discuss the importance of parts to whole. I showed the class pictures of a teddy bear with no head (I don`t think there were any nightmares.), a bicycle without a front tire or handle bars, and a house without a roof. All the students agreed, and rightly so, that a teddy bear without a head would not be much fun to play with. It would end up in the garbage. The bicycle would be very difficult, not to mention uncomfortable, to ride. None of the students volunteered to live in the house without a roof. They were definitely not fans of getting rained or snowed on.
  • All the parts of the teddy bear are important for the teddy bear to be a teddy bear, a stuffed animal to be loved and hugged. All the parts of the bicycle are important so it can go zooming down the hill and leave the long, dark skid mark (Maybe that was just me!). All the parts of the house are important so the house can be a home that one finds comfortable to live in.
  • So it is with our church and school. Is the Sunday School more important than the VBS program? Is the pastor more important than John Q. Congregation member? Is the principal more important than the student in his office? I hope and pray that the answer is a resounding, NO!
  • We all have a purpose at Trinity . The individuals that provide a wonderful service to that family that is mourning the loss of a loved one by providing a meal for them. The VBS provides a wonderful opportunity during the long, summer months (That is meant for the parents` benefit.) to bring the young people in our congregation together to learn more about God`s Word and enjoy some cookies and juice. The pastor provides soul-nourishing food for our souls during a worship service. The church president oversees the operations of all entities to ensure everything is being done in a God-pleasing and efficient manner.
  • What about the school?
  • Four teachers play their part in bringing God`s Word to the young people that enter the building each and every day, encouraging them to live that Word in thought, word, and deed. In addition, those same teachers are working with those students to prepare them for the next step in their educational careers and their futures as productive citizens in society. Each parent plays their part in making sure their students are prepared each and every day for the tasks that lie ahead and in setting good example for their students. Each student plays his or her part in being a willing and active participant in the learning that is taking place. Each congregation member plays their part in praying for the success of the school and doing everything within their power to ensure that the school succeeds. No part is greater than the other.
  • Forty-three years ago, it was decided to make Trinity Lutheran School a part of the overall ministry of Trinity. Is it more important than any other? No. Does it play a vital role in sharing God`s Word with the next generation, so that they may be prepared to share with the next generation and the next and the next. Yes.
  • May we all seek God`s guidance as we all do our part, so that the whole ministry of Trinity Lutheran Church and School give glory to God and to Him alone.

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