Our Mission

“Education Under the Cross.”

Our Mission Statement

“Providing academic excellence and developing leaders who love God, love others, and serve the world.”

Our Vision Culture

“At Trinity Academy and Trinity Lutheran Church we strive to create a culture through which more people connect to God and others, grow together in life and faith and serve the world here and beyond.”

Our Values

  • Lives Transformed
  • Inspirational Worship
  • Foundational Faith
  • Discipleship
  • Relational Connections
  • Global Compassion
  • Strength of Character
  • Life-Long Learning

At Trinity Academy we believe that each child is a unique creation of God. The goal of our academy is to provide for a school program of academic excellence while fostering the development of a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Trinity Academy together with the support of family and church is dedicated to the total education of the child: spiritual, moral, social, physical, emotional and academic. The Christian religion, in the Lutheran tradition, will be integrated into all that we teach. We believe that the Christian training of children is primarily the responsibility of the parents (Deut.4:9, Deut. 11:19, Prov. 13:1, Prov. 22:6, Eph 6:4). We further believe that through the Great Commission (Matt 28:18-20), our Lord gave a secondary responsibility for the Christian training of all, including children, to His church. The purpose, therefore, of Trinity Academy is to assist parents in carrying out their responsibilities in Christian education. This is accomplished by developing good home-school communications so that together we can provide quality Christian education for each of our children so that in the end their hearts will be transformed and they are better equipped to be disciples of Christ as they serve God in their homes and humanity near and far.

Every subject taught by our faculty from a Christian point of view and permeated with Christian values. Teachers and staff care about and minister to the whole child working toward spiritual, intellectual, physical, emotional, and social development. The teacher, by example as well as through curriculum, teaches the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary for development into responsible Christian adulthood. We are aware of the differences in race, culture, and life experiences in each of our students. With this awareness, we have planned and implemented an educational environment tailored for academic success as we lead students to an understanding and acceptance of self and others.