Trinity Lutheran School, located at 4740 North State Highway 83, just south of Ponderosa High School in Franktown, is a Christian school, serving children from preschool through eighth grade in the communities of Parker, Franktown, Elizabeth, Castle Rock, and Kiowa.
Trinity Lutheran School serves approximately 90 students in grades preschool through eighth grade, (approximately 25 are in the preschool and 65 in K-8). By virtue of its size, Trinity Lutheran School staff members are able to give personalized attention to educational needs and learning styles of each student. Students experience friendships based on Christian love and concern for each other both in and out of the classroom. The size and closeness of the student body encourages healthy peer groups.
Nationally accredited through the National Lutheran School Accreditation (NLSA) since 2009.
Trinity Lutheran School offers extra-curricular sports, drama, music, academic contests, and student service activities.
Traditional school calendar
Before and after school child care
Full and half-day preschool and Kindergarten
Faculty and Staff
The faculty members of Trinity Lutheran School are trained Christian educators with an average experience of 11 years. Our teachers are Christian men and women dedicated to sharing their faith in Christ with their students. They are certified graduates of accredited institutions and are licensed teachers in the State of Colorado.
Trinity Lutheran School is governed by a School Board of seven members, appointed and elected by the Voters of Trinity Lutheran Church. The Principal is responsible for reporting to the School Board and for implementing its policies.
Trinity Lutheran School of Franktown, Colorado admits students of any race, color, national, or ethnic origin to all the rights and privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in the administration of our education policies, athletic, and other school-administered programs. If scholarships and grant-in-aid programs are available, there is no discrimination.