Trinity Lutheran School is an extension of the home, existing to:
Trinity Lutheran School employs a classical education method of teaching which strives for:
Trinity Lutheran School is an educational mission of Trinity Lutheran Church, LCMS, with the voting congregation as the final authority for the school's management and maintenance.
Trinity Lutheran School admits students of any race, color, or national origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, or national or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, athletic and other school administered programs.
Trinity follows a long tradition of Lutheran Schools who provide excellence in education.
Since the fall of 2000, our school began the transition into a Classical approach to education which strives for academic excellence, behavioral discipline, Christian content, and direct instruction methodologies. Classical Education is based on the understanding that children develop intellectually in different ways at different ages of their life. Therefore, the child’s education should correspond to the different stages of the child’s intellectual development. All subjects are taught using a variety of textbooks and methods, but teachers strive to teach everything from a Christian viewpoint. Christian textbooks will be used when appropriate.
Areas of Instruction include:
The children participate in daily devotions and weekly chapel services. In addition to worshiping God, the children learn respect for God's house, develop positive worship attitudes, and learn hymns and forms of worship.
Qualifications of Teachers
Trinity Lutheran School requires all of its teachers to be certified by the State of Wyoming and/or rostered by the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod (LCMS). It is the policy of Trinity that all full-time teachers have a Lutheran Teachers Diploma (or are working towards such certification). The theological training helps teachers integrate their Christian faith in the teaching of academic subjects. In such instances where an LCMS certified or rostered teacher is not available, the vacant position will be filled with the most suitable replacement until an LCMS certified or rostered teacher can be secured. All non-degreed teachers are required to maintain a current Wyoming State Substitute Teacher’s Certificate and will be supervised by a rostered teacher.
Registration begins in the spring of each year; contact the school to inquire.
Tuition information for the 2023-24 school year may be obtained by calling the school office at 307-857-5710 or contacting via email at email@example.com.
It is the belief of Trinity Lutheran School that appearance and attire does affect a person's attitude and behavior. All clothing should be modest and in good taste – to the glory of God.
Bus service is provided to students in Kindergarten through the 8th grade through School District #25. Parents/guardians will contact the bus garage directly at 856-3623 to make arrangements.
Students may also take advantage of services offered by the Riverton Senior Citizen Transportation by calling 856-3546.
September to Late May