Trinity Lutheran School has been providing quality education for children in Pre-K through Grade 8 for over 40 years.
They are having an Open House the week of May 12 through the 16th from 9 to 11 a.m.
Prospective parents may visit the school located at 309 Saint Paul’s Avenue on the North Shore of Staten Island and discover the various programs Trinity offers its students.
Trinity Lutheran is a non-denominational school where all faith traditions are welcome.
Their full day Pre-program for 3 and 4 year olds provides quality education for less than $200 per month and their Pre-K 4 is part of the NYC Board of Education’s Universal Pre-K program. Testing is required prior to the offering of admission.
The upper grades offer a full academic curriculum of studies, along with basketball, track and the International Runners site for the World Harmony Run.
The school has consistently ranked in the top tier in the NY State Math and English (ELA) Language scores and has been a grant recipient, 2 years running for the Council on the Arts & Humanities for Staten Island (COAHSI).
Trinity now offers a music program provided by the Staten Island Conservatory of Music, at an additional admission’s cost. Instructors from the Conservatory visit Trinity two days per week during the school year. Students wishing to continue training after school may call 718-720-5354.
Credit cards are accepted
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