The Philosophy of Holy Trinity Lutheran School reflects the school’s commitment to its students of all ages.
All who have been brought to faith in Jesus Christ are commissioned by Him to preserve and extend the kingdom of God. Christian education is a vital component of the congregational ministry. With the leading help of the Holy Spirit, we strive to strengthen the faith of every child.
All children are accepted as creations of God with their own talents and abilities. We strive to give all children the opportunity to develop to their full potential. Academic excellence is provided with a low student/teacher ratio, within a safe, Christian environment. Students from diverse backgrounds will be academically, spiritually, and morally equipped to meet the challenges of the future. The teachings of God and His will are not taught as one subject, but are integrated into all subjects and activities. Our qualified, dedicated, and experienced faculty is committed to providing a Christian education, which is developmentally appropriate and academically challenging, focusing on enhancing the social, emotional, cognitive, and physical development of all Holy Trinity students at all levels.
We recognize that the family is the primary influence in the total education of a child. It is our belief that this influence can be most effective when the home, church, and school cooperate in the education of children to the glory of God. To accomplish this, we recognize that we need God’s guidance and Spirit.
Centered on our Savior, Jesus, One in Christ provides a solid Christian curriculum to help children learn the Bible and grow in faith. Including more than 200 Old and New Testament Bible stories, the One in Christ curriculum provides a comprehensive presentation of major Bible stories and nurtures the faith of children of all ages. Click for more information about One In Christ
Math in Focus® offers you the same authentic Singapore Math® curriculum that has propelled Singapore students to international success. It follows the pedagogical framework developed by the Singapore Ministry of Education.
Numbers and symbols can be confusing when you don’t have a grasp of what they actually mean. Singapore Math® teaches concepts using a concrete–pictorial–abstract learning progression to anchor learning in real-world, hands-on experiences.
Math in Focus adapts instruction to the needs of individual learners through scaffolding, the systematic sequencing of prompted content, and support to optimize learning. The ultimate goal of scaffolding is to gradually remove the supports as the learner masters the task. Click for more information about Math In Focus
Nancy Larson® Science programs were created to help teachers provide challenging and meaningful science content to elementary-age children. The topics chosen for each grade level reflect children’s interests and developmental characteristics.
The Science K program focuses on the children and their interaction with the world around them. Science 1 focuses on life science and the children’s environment. As children grow older, their interests broaden. Science 2 focuses on physical science and the way things work. In Science 3, children explore the world beyond their immediate environment as they study earth and space science.
Nancy Larson programs ensure an in-depth study of topics that help promote long-term learning and understanding of concepts. Lessons build upon one another with the understanding that different sciences are interrelated. Click here for more information about Nancy Larson Science
Studies Weekly is a print publication designed to connect students to the world around them. Highly engaging, student-centric content brings learning to life for every child. Topics include the Earth, Seasons, Good Citizens, Presidents & Patriots, and Consumers & Producers. Colorful and fun weekly publications allow students to become excited about learning! The publications are also take homes, so students can work right on their copy. Students will write about what they read, perform additional research, cite sources and consider other points of view. Click here for more information about Studies Weekly