Trinity Lutheran School is proud to partner with a local uniform supplier, Luers on MacArthur Blvd. The school uniform dress code outlined below applies to students in Kindergarten through 8th Grade. Trinity’s Early Childhood students do not wear school uniforms.
Approved embroidered polo shirts in maroon, black, gray, and light blue may be purchased through Luers. Solid color long sleeves in maroon, black, gray, light blue, navy, or white may be worn under short sleeve polos.
In addition to the embroidered polo shirts Trinity students may also wear t-shirts and sweatshirts displaying the approved Trinity logos. A variety of Trinity apparel is available for sale at Luers.
Uniform bottoms (pants, shorts, and solid skirts) may be purchased at any retailer of your choice. Approved bottom colors are black, gray, khaki, and navy. No cargo pants, carpenter pants, jeans, denim, or sweatpants. A plaid skirt option is also available for girls and may be purchased through Luers. Solid color leggings or tights in black, gray, khaki, navy, or white may only be worn under appropriate skirts, not on their own.
Students are to wear shoes that permit them to play safely. Closed toe shoes with a back are required. Crocs and similar shoes are not permitted.
If you have any questions about the school uniforms, please contact the school office at 217-787-2323.
Celebrating Variety in Learning Styles
At Trinity Lutheran School, we value the uniqueness of each of our students and understand the importance of variety in teaching methods and approach. Our education inclusion strategy celebrates differences in learning styles and promotes a stronger sense of community in the classroom.
Igniting a Life-Long Love Learning
We acknowledge that students are motivated learners when the subject coincides with their natural interests. By supplementing standard curriculum with creative and innovative topics - through our music, outdoor ed, and elective programs - we seek to ignite a life-long love of learning in our students.
Clearing the Obstacles of Learning
We are dedicated to addressing the emotional and spiritual health of our students, through a variety of methods, including implementation of Christian conflict resolution curriculum, faculty training guided by licensed counselors, visits from Lutheran Church Charities K-9 Comfort Dog Ministry, and most importantly, regular classroom prayer time focusing on God's promises for our lives.