The bottom line was always paying off the new building not the children. This was demonstrated time and time again throughout my year employed as a daycare staff member. Lackluster class room budgets and minimal pay to uneducated support staff not to mention various fundraisers and attempts to raise
... Read more money for the classrooms, that the teachers never saw. During my employment liscening was called multiple time because children were left unattended. Favoritism was played with the children and the families that were recieving tuition assistance were made known and often talked down upon. Read less
Posted by a teacher on 08/25/13
I have two children at Trinity, and we could not be happier. The early childhood teachers are attentive, loving and go out of their way to accomodate my baby's schedule. When my son was a baby, the school he attended had a rigid schedule that they expected all babies to confirm to. Here, the focus is
... Read more on the child's well-being, not the teacher's convenience. We have been very pleased with the elementary school as well. The teachers are well-qualified and genuinely care about their students, their education, and their personal developmnent. The administration and supplemental instructors (Spanish, Art, etc) are easy to communicate with and eager to foster my child's development. It is true that there are instructors who are related to each other, and many staff and students are members of the church. I have not found this to be a negative. On the contrary, the teachers, staff, and administration are more caring and more invested in the students than what I have experienced at other "highly regarded" schools in Houston. We are not members of the church, but my children have been treated just like anyone else's. We have never felt left out or disadvantaged. Read less
Posted by a parent on 02/07/13
I am currently in 8th grade and have been attending Trinity since since 3rd grade and I must say, Trinity is awesome. Everybody there is so kind, they have a great music program, and the academics are exceptional.
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Posted by a other on 08/27/12
My two children attended this horrible school for 6 long years, they were both bullied by the girls and boys while the administration and teachers watched and did nothing. Field trips were a total nightmare with the kids out of control doing what ever they wanted especially the kids in sports who were
... Read more give a free pass on their horrible behavior. For kids with math skills they are referred to a tutor for 40.00 bucks an hour and in my case was a former student/friend of the principle and my child did not learn anything,. She was also incredibly rude to my 10 year old daughter. These teachers, coaches, principle and administrative staff are all joined at the hip. The extent of bullying and favoritism is of nuclear proportions, my mistake was leaving my children in a place like that way too long. Do not send your child to a place where they may be scared the rest of their lives in their most formative years. Read less
Posted by a parent on 08/19/12
I am so happy to have gotten my children out of this deceptive place called a school. Most of the teachers are ill prepared and lacking proper credentials. They are not certified. Every teacher is somebody's cousin or married to each other. It is like a hillbilly haven. If your child is not a member
... Read more of someone's family, then unfortunately your child is left out. We have wasted all of our money and my children have suffered. I would not recommend this place to anyone. Yes they love and nutrure their own. The tutor there is charging parents $40 an hour, and as we discovered the help he provides with math is homework and the problems are still wrong. Don't risk your child's education at a place where your child is subjected to favoritism geared toward the employees children. Read less
Posted by a parent on 06/23/12
This school is very deceptive. It rants about the loving nature of the school community but there is rampant bullying that the teachers ignore and is not successfully addressed at the administrative level. Academics are lacking as most of the focus seems to be on "love" and "understanding" and not
... Read more on discipline and regulated education. Many of the teachers are inexperienced and unable to provide an academically focused environment. I am a very disappointed parent that wasted time and money at this school - to my child's detriment. Read less
Posted by a parent on 09/25/11
A loving, caring, Christian environment that not only excels academically, but also teaches children to respect and love Jesus, their families, friends, and community.
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Posted by a parent on 09/28/09
Trinity Lutheran is an excellent school, very loving and nurturing environment for all kids in the school. The kids all know each other by first name and the older kids make the younger kids feel very special, when the call them by name. My three kids attend Trinity, the youngest is at the children's
... Read more center which makes the drop off extremely easy for us in the morning. The teachers are very loving to all kids and have been there for several years, so all kids will have been taught by the same teachers, very stable environment. Read less
Posted by a parent on 07/01/07
We are very thankful to have chosen this school for our two sons. It has been a blessing to them as well as our family. Examples: 1) We have joined the Church, and now have a church home. 2) The kid's grandmother participates in the Math enrichment program (Mathcart) which has allowed her to have a
... Read more closer relationship with our kids. 3) Some of the School activities take place as part of the Church's program: Youth Choir, Wednesday Night Youth Program, etc. Academically, it made a tangible difference in our son's enjoyment of reading through its Accelerated Reading Program. Musically, our boys can play instruments, due to it's strong band program. Athletically, it has encouraged my boys to compete in a positive manner. In summary, I am very happy that my boys have been at this school for the past 5 years, and look forward to the next 3. Read less
Posted by a parent on 06/17/07
One of Houston's best kept secrets. Small numbers, safe environment. Small size does keep it from having extra help or advanced classes, but we've been happy with it and am glad we stayed.
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Houston schools — Trinity Lutheran School is located at 800 Houston Ave, Houston TX 77007. 800 Houston Ave is in the 77007 ZIP code in Houston, TX Trinity Lutheran School is a Private school that serves grade levels PK - 8.
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