Since 1854, Trinity Lutheran School has embraced the important work of educating children in the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod tradition. Trinity students benefit from an accredited and accelerated curriculum and from smaller class sizes which allow students more one-on-one time with teachers. Additionally, children are taught necessary, but often overlooked, skills like organization and "how" to study.
However, the true cornerstone of academic success at Trinity is a loving and Christ-centered, disciplined environment, which is paramount to teaching and learning. Trinity students are expected to be respectful, set and meet goals, work hard and study. Because of these high expectations, it is not unusual for 2/3 of Trinity students in grades 5-8 to achieve some level of academic honor roll status. These expectations have become part of the Trinity Tradition and explain why Trinity students excel in high school, college and beyond.
Trinity Lutheran School, Cape Girardeau, Missouri, provides a quality Christ-centered environment in order to:
assist families in proclaiming and sharing the Christian faith
provide opportunities for spiritual, intellectual, emotional, and social growth
empower students to recognize and utilize their God-given potential