Why choose Trinity Lutheran School?

Your child will be nurtured, both spiritually and academically, while equipping them for service in their family, church, and community. 
Our students graduate from Trinity well equipped as students and good citizens for high school...and beyond!
   What does Trinity Lutheran School offer?
    • Preschool and alternative kindergarten through 8th grade
    • Christ-centered education
    • Challenging curriculum (including Saxton Math & Cursive!)
    • Technology curriculum and integrated in classrooms  
    • Accredited by both the State of Iowa and the National Lutheran School Association
    • Sports programs
    • Fine arts opportunities
    • Consumer economics and art classes
    • Before and After School Care (Extended Care)
    • Full-time Preschool Daycare
    • Summer Academy 
 The Discover Trinity  Scholarship Program
     The Discover Trinity program is an accelerated scholarship program for all new families who register children for K-8th grade for the 2016-2017 school year.  The program details:
              1st year—pay 25% of tuition costs (must apply for the ILSTO)
            2nd year—pay 75% of tuition costs (must apply for the ILSTO)
            3rd year—pay 100% of tuition costs (returning student 

                                                                     scholarships available)

    Registration, lunch and other fees still apply. If you have been considering Christian education, now is the time to enroll your child and be a part of the Trinity family experience.
  "New families" also include families with a student who currently attends Trinity Preschool or Alternative Kindergarten, and will be entering Kindergarten the following year.  The Discover Trinity scholarship does NOT apply to preschool, or to 8th grade students without siblings in the program.

Enrollment for 2016-17
 Admission requirements:
A completed application form
Payment of a $20 non-refundable application fee
Copies of current school records if transferring from another school
A placement exam
A meeting with the administrator
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