Green Bay Trinity Lutheran School is proud to offer a quality education that is built upon a framework of Scripture. We believe that our Heavenly Father loves each and every one of us, even though we are sinners, and that it is because of this love that He sent His son to die for us and be raised again.
“A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.” (John 13:34-35)
We believe that the spiritual, academic, and environmental benefits of a Lutheran education are crucial to a child’s success. Green Bay Trinity strives to create a warm, loving, Christ-centered environment where your children know that they are loved by their Father in Heaven and by the people that they are with. It is this safe, Christ-centered environment, coupled with strong academics, that is a catalyst for our students to be successful.
Our staff is highly proficient, not only in educating your children, but in caring for them as well. Our staff will show your children the love of Christ as they guide them academically and spiritually.
We extracurricular activities that enhance and reinforce the instruction received in the classroom. We offer opportunities in Girls Volleyball, Girls and Boys Basketball, Softball, and Track and Field for grades 4-8. Our students participate in a league with other Christian schools in the area, and our teams have qualified for and participated in the Lutheran Grade School State Tournament.
Green Bay Trinity has an emphasis on giving back to the organizations and communities that support us. Each classroom takes on a service project to be completed throughout the year. Each fall students participate in Operation Christmas Child, packing shoe boxes that travel the world as they bring the love of Jesus to children living in poverty. Classes visit local nursing homes and senior centers, pack food for Ben’s Wish Weekend Backpack Program, and support local, state, national, and international mission projects through chapel offerings.