Creativity is thinking of new ideas and learning how to make them happen.

All things have been created through Him and for Him. Colossians 1:16

Students are taught a concept and then are free to express their own creativity through open-ended art projects. Projects such as Science Fair and History Fair also provide opportunities for creativity in structure and style.

Parents are encouraged to foster a deeper understanding of the creative process by embracing different types of making. Children express creativity through all kinds of projects: drawing and painting, making jewelry, creating soapbox cars, baking desserts, building with Legos, or creating games and animations through Scratch programming. Children can learn about the creative design process through all these activities.

In 2018, Trinity’s Elements of Success program was nominated as a Powerful Practice by the National Lutheran School Accreditation (NLSA) validation team.


NLSA Powerful



are programs or practices that set a school apart and make it a highly respected educational institution in its community.

Trinity’s Elements of Success are Compassion, Composure, Citizenship, Clear Thinking, Creativity, Curiosity, Communication, and Collaboration. The elements and are woven into the  Trinity curriculum and incorporated at all grade levels, from early childhood through 8th grade. These skills, combined with academic excellence, equip our students to excel in all areas of their lives.



per week of resource services including special needs support services.



Trinity students consistently score above state and national averages.



of Trinity faculty members hold advanced degrees

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