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Trinity Lutheran School

Private | PK-8 | 327 students

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Posted July 30, 2014

We are leaving this school. This past year and this upcoming year has already shown us that Trinity is not what it was at one time. Since the previous principal was forced out, the school has been unorganized and in chaos. The teachers seem lost without a leader and the church has taken control and lead it down a terrible path. I could not recommend this school any longer after being there for many years.
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Posted April 21, 2014

Please read this if you are considering Trinity Lutheran in Roselle, IL. I speak from a middle school child's perspective. There is a new principal who is a kind man who listens and empthathizes with you but can not make changes tangible. Please ask about how bad the bully problems they have and what they do to fix them. 2014 was the first year they've done a survey to all the parents and staff. The results are shockingly horrible. The middle school teachers don't like each other and treat the kids disrespectful. This may have been a great school but at this point, things need to change. Ask how old the childrens textbooks are (outdated). Please ask how the teachers demonstrate love and forgiveness as mentioned in their school's website. I also challenge you to look for the schools overall grades to compare them to other schools you may be considering.
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Posted April 23, 2013

My daughter has been going there since 2nd grade. She loves it, the teachers are awesome. The kids and friendly and there is parent participation. The leadership at this school is outstanding and all of the staff are very attentive to the students needs. I love the split classrooms and my ONLY concern is what will I do for HS since no other school will compare.
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Posted January 7, 2013

Each of my four children have been blessed by a Trinity education. The "Differentiated Education" philosophy treated each of my children individually and helped them succeed. Almost all of the students achieve the honor roll at Lake Park High School. Music, art, drama and band are excellent along with a great athletic program. Each classroom has a SmartBoard and the use of technology is stressed in the classroom. Instruction is geared individually for each student and students are assessed four time a year using MAP testing (Measures of Academic Progress) to help the student, parent and teacher understand the individual learning needs of each student. My children have excelled in high school and beyond based on their Trinity education.
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Posted July 8, 2009

This is by far the best school in the area! I couldn't be more pleased.
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Posted March 17, 2009

Trinity was the best decision that I ever made for my children. I would recommend Trinity to anyone and everyone!
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405 Rush Street
Roselle, IL 60172
Phone: (630) 894-3263


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