CROWN POINT | Trinity Lutheran School has provided a multi-faceted education for nearly a century and a half.
What began in the pastor’s home in Crown Point 145 years ago continues today with Christ at the center of a school that excels in academics and makes social maturity a top priority, according to the school's Gift Planning Counselor/Development Director Susan Magruder.
"From preschool through grade 8, the administration, teachers and support staff focus on academics while also helping children to grow socially and spiritually," Magruder said.
First-grade teacher Jene Lintz is part of that mission. “Everyone benefits from Trinity’s environment because we don’t just care about students - we care about the family as a whole,” she said.
Christine Miller, Trinity’s seventh-grade teacher, has taught at Trinity for 15 of her 17 years as an educator and says her greatest reward as a teacher is being a part of each student’s team. “The students are the stars, and I’m cheering them on along with so many others who love and care for them," Miller said.
"I’m blessed when I see my students applying what they’ve learned and growing in wisdom and in their knowledge of Jesus.”
Trinity Lutheran is at 250 S. Indiana Ave. Visit trinitycp.org for more information.
“Trinity is a close family community built up to care for one another in Jesus Christ,” Principal John Schultz added.