“Train a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not turn from it.”
Proverbs 22:6

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.


K-5 th : CPH Enduring Faith

The Enduring Faith Religion Curriculum includes seventy lessons, divided across eight units, that cover the Bible from Genesis to Revelation. Lutheran schools will be able to walk together in the faith, as every classroom learns the same overarching Bible accounts each week. All students share in learning one central truth per lesson, which will remain consistent year to year to reinforce learning. New Lutheran Religion Standards inform the entire curriculum. The standards guide every lesson in the Enduring Faith Curriculum so that students will be equipped and formed in preparation for a lifetime of growing in their
Christian identity and calling. Click here to learn more about Enduring Faith

6 th Grade: Catechism I
Catechism I is a first course in Christian faith development. Utilizing Luther’s Small Catechism and CPH Catechism Study Videos, students will develop a rich understanding and documented profession of what it means to be a Christian. Topics explored are The Ten Commandments, The Apostles’ Creed, The Lords’ Prayer, The Means of Grace, and The Christian Life as found within Luther’s Small Catechism. Modules are delivered via an interactive online platform through independent and collaborative in-class instruction. Students have the opportunity to complete Confirmation at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church through this course. With the completion of OT/NT I (5th grade), enrollment in Catechism I (6th grade), and participation in six pastor-led and family attended classes, students are eligible for Confirmation (a public confession of faith and full membership in Holy Trinity Lutheran Church).

Language Arts

K-2nd : Superkids

The Superkids Reading Program captivates students from the start with tales of the
Superkids. These relatable characters and their ongoing adventures provide an engaging and cohesive framework for literacy success. Superkids is a comprehensive English language arts curriculum crafted for grades K–2 using evidence-based literacy practices. This proven-effective program follows a unique systematic and explicit instructional path through engaging, increasingly complex text. Click here to learn more about Superkids.

3rd -6th : Grade Benchmark Advance
Benchmark’s structured literacy programs are standards-aligned and informed by the latest research into the science of reading. They feature vertically aligned units that empower students to engage deeply with a topic to build skills within and across grades. Topics are knowledge-based, expanding both general and academic vocabulary in support of reading, writing, and constructive conversation. Click for more information about Benchmark Advance


K-6th : Eureka Math²

Eureka Math² is a revolutionary math program designed to ensure that students move
beyond rote memorization to build enduring math knowledge through the intentional
integration of digital resources and a focused approach to encouraging student discourse. It combines consistent math models, rigor to support the productive struggle, and coherence across lessons, modules, and grades Add to it flexibility and accessibility as well as visibility into student understanding to make math instruction exponentially more teachable and engaging.

Eureka Math² helps students establish a foundational understanding of mathematics (the why) rather than only relying on procedural skills (the how), to better prepare them for college and career. Teachers will see students strengthening reasoning and critical-thinking skills that students can apply to solve real-world problems and that can be applied to many real-world situations. Click for more information about Math In Focus


Nancy Larson Science

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

Middle School: BJU Press Science
BJU Press’s middle and high school science product line equips students to ethically engage in the work of science through this lab-based program. Students extend knowledge and skills through strategic modeling and practice, case studies, the evaluation of scientific models, and ethics activities. Webquests, spreadsheet activities, and probeware technology build 21st century skills and relate them to the work of science. Students have opportunities to collect and analyze data and to create and evaluate their own models through guided discovery labs, inquiry labs, and collaborative STEM experiences.
Middle School: BJU Press Science

Earth Science is an expanding study that moves from the Earth’s lithosphere to the
rest of the universe. Students will build their critical thinking skills as they study the
major theories in earth science and follow those theories through to their
conclusions. Throughout the course, they will be guided by biblical and scientific
principles, ultimately coming to a better understanding of their Creator and a greater
appreciation of His creation. Click here for more information.

Social Studies

K-5 th : Studies Weekly K-5th

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 Weekl

Middle School: TCI History Alive!
TCI’s social studies curriculum helps teachers offer interactive, supportive learning environments. With a focus on student-led learning and immersive activities, our middle school social studies curriculum prepares students to be engaged and thoughtful citizens as they explore social studies using the Inquiry Arc. Active learning is at TCI’s core; every lesson utilizes at least one of our six unique hands-on classroom strategies. TCI activities get students excited and curious; students are inspired to ask questions and conduct purposeful research. They make written and oral arguments, support claims with evidence, and take informed action when appropriate.
6 th Grade: Geography Alive!

Created in partnership with scholars from the National Council for Geographic
Education, Geography Alive! Regions and People adopts a stimulating case-study
approach to geography. Click here for more information.