Why Trinity Academy?
We believe you will find Trinity Academy to be a school where each child is given an opportunity to develop their individual spiritual and academic gifts and talents. A place where childhood is valued and children are nurtured. Trinity Academy is a place where parents are invited to participate in the education of their child at all grade levels. We are a Trinity of Success. Trinity of Success Article
Click here to read Hudson Neighbors, May 2017 magazine article, titled Trinity Academy: Teaching Lessons in Academics, Faith and Character, written by Leah Noel.
Hudson Neighbors Article May 2017
St. Croix Valley Magazine votes Trinity Preschool and Childcare Best of 2019
Each year our school produces an Annual Report to provide a snapshot of our school. Click for a copy of the Annual 2019 Report.
Hear what some of our friends are saying about Trinity Academy:
“Individual academic attention has enabled our children to thrive and develop a lifelong love of learning.”
– Troy and Darcy Vargas, Parents of three students at Trinity Academy, School Advisory Board Member
“We love Trinity Academy because of the family culture and parent involvement. All of the teachers, leadership and staff truly know our children.”
– Pete and Melissa Scharber, Parents of three Trinity Academy students, Trinity Lutheran Church Treasurer
“Trinity has provided my children opportunities outside the classroom to develop in their area of interest.”
– Mike Gruenes, Parent of three Trinity Academy students
“After teaching in the public schools for some 30 years, I can’t help but compare them with Trinity….to see the obvious love the teachers have for the children, to know that prayer is allowed–by and for–students and teachers, to see the advantages of smaller classes so no student’ falls between the cracks’ and to know that this school educates children not only for their lives, but for eternity makes it a special and wonderful place and my grandchildren were blessed to have been at Trinity!”
– In His grace, Meredith (Maf) Berg, grandmother of two alumni students, former School Advisory Board Member