The Mission of TSL reads: "By the grace and help of our Lord, the students and families of Trinity-St. Luke’s Lutheran School will grow in faith through God’s Word and shine forth to all with the truth that Jesus Christ is our Savior."


The continuing purpose of Trinity-St. Luke’s Lutheran School is to serve as a tool for the Holy Spirit to “...make disciples of all nations.” To that end TSL will present to the families of our school a clear message of God’s plan of salvation through word and example, teach all subject matter on the basis of the inspired Word of God, prepare children to live lives that “thank and praise, serve and obey Him,” and finally to assist parents in the spiritual training of their children.


The objectives of our school can be broken into five categories:



Through the use of the Word, TSL and its teachers will teach students to:

• Know Jesus as their Savior who redeemed them from sin, death, and the power of the devil.

• Provide a Christian atmosphere where TSL students may grow in grace and build a relationship with their Lord through the study of

  God’s Word.

• Encourage the students to pray.

• Encourage the students to demonstrate God’s love through everyday living.

• Know Law and Gospel and teach the students how to apply it in everyday life.

• Encourage the students to use their God-given gifts to His glory and to the best of their abilities.



• Develop the students’ knowledge that is consistent with God’s Word making every thought obedient to the Word.

• Instruct the students in all the appropriate branches of learning.

• Encourage the students to use their God-given talents to the Lord's glory and to the best of their ability.

• Provide learning experiences that will help the students meet and deal with the challenges and opportunities of life.



• Teach the children that their body is a gift of God and the temple of the Holy Spirit.

• Encourage good health habits and healthy living.

• Provide opportunities that promote physical well being.



• Help the students in understanding their feelings that control thought and action and how to deal with them as a Christian.

• Guide the students in their personal feelings of pride, shame, joy, sadness, anger, happiness, and others.



• Teach respect for each other, for those in authority, and for the student’s and other people’s property.

• Teach responsible Christian citizenship for our country.

• Teach and encourage good manners.

• Teach respect for those of different cultures as well as those who may have abilities different than ours.




Western Avenue Campus

801 South Fifth Street

Watertown, WI 53094

Telephone: 920/261-3615



Clark Street Campus

303 Clark Street

Watertown, WI 53094

Telephone: 920-261-3615




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