We endeavor to be a nurturing and loving environment where children enjoy coming every day. As part of this endeavor, our educators strive to treat students with respect while helping them cope successfully with the skills they must learn to master in their young lives. Each year we build upon the skills learned the previous year. Our 4 year olds and Kindergarteners know how to sit at a desk for workbook time; which stems from circle time in the 3 year old program; which started with learning to walk in a line in our 2 year old program.

Lastly, we treat our school as an extension of the family unit, showering love, structure, and a love of the Lord.

 Mission

Trinity Pre-School has a mission to care for, reach out to, and educate young families and their children in Biblical principles and a Christ-centered worldview while instilling a lifelong love of exploration and learning.

Vision

Trinity's Daily Prayer
I believe in God above.
I believe in Jesus' love. 
I believe the Spirit too, comes to teach us what to do.
I believe that I must be,
kind and gentle Lord like thee.

Philosophy

First, we believe that the Bible is the inspired word of God; that God exists in three persons, Father, Son and Holy Spirit; and that we have an obligation to promote the spiritual unity of all believers. Our goal is to provide a loving and nurturing environment in which children learn to love God and others. We want to help each child prepare their hearts and open their mind through the memorization of Bible verses every month. They are always so excited to memorize and share the verses with those they know.

Purpose

  • To encourage children to explore their world and develop a love of learning that will last a lifetime.
  • To train and teach students to share with and respect others.
  • To provide a positive school experience that will be the basis for the latter years of schooling.
  • To encourage children to THINK!
  • To meet the developmental, emotional, cognitive, and spiritual needs of children.
  • To never encourage the words "I can't" but instead "I'll try".
  • To love our students and encourage a positive self image.
  • To develop the confidence to accept mistakes.
  • To show and teach the love of Christ.

From the Director:

I am grateful for your interest in our school.  We have a long history of preparing the heads, hearts, and hands of our children. Trinity is a school full of well-educated, thoughtful, teachers who love the Lord and love our students. 

Please feel free to contact me directly with questions or to schedule a tour.

Blessings, 

Heather Collins