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  • Day Care
  • Religious
Far Eastside
Private Schools (K-12), Elementary Schools, Lutheran Church Missouri Synod, Churches & Places of Worship, Schools, Lutheran Churches, Religious General Interest Schools


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Compassionate Christian Environment

Wow! What a wonderful Christian environment that this place provides for my three children. As soon as you walk in the doors you can just feel the loving (the love of Jesus) atmosphere. The staff and families truly make you feel like one of the family. I love this place and would never consider anywhere else for my children. The school provides a wonderful academic program for the students but most of all they provide an amazing Christian atmoshere with wonderful mentoring and role models. I can't say enough except....Thank You Jesus for this amazing blessing!!!



Long tradition of wonderful Christian education!

Trinity Lutheran School has a long history in the Indianapolis area. It was started 1872! My husband is a graduate, and when it came time for our children to attend grade school there was no question of where they were going to be going to school. Now my oldest is a sophomore at Marian University, and my youngest will be senior at Lutheran High School of Indianapolis, but their Trinity roots are strong. They have good memories and wonderful relationships with former students and staff. Both girls were academically fully prepared for high school, and their faith in God is solid. I couldn't ask for anything better than that!



Best School!

We have put our 3 children through this school since they started pre-school. Our third child finishes 8th grade this year (2010). Each year, the 8th graders finish the school year with their annual class trip (4 days) to St. Louis, MO. Their involvement here has been over the top in academics, athletics, and most importantly Christianity.