Mission and Values

Creating disciples for Christ, who Worship, Grow, Serve, and Go

We empower students through God’s Word and meaningful relationships to strive for excellence in our life long service to God, family, and community.


The purpose of Trinity Klein Lutheran School is to provide a Christian education for children of Trinity Klein Lutheran Church and the greater community. 


We strive to do this through:

  • A foundation in God’s Word (2 Timothy 3:16);
  • Leading by example (Matthew 22:37-40);
  • Emphasis on Christ-like behavior and attitudes (Ephesians 4:32);
  • Preparing students to share the Gospel (Matthew 28:19-20); and
  • Preparing students for their future with an excellent academic foundation (2 Timothy 2:15).


Trinity Klein Lutheran School Is An Accredited School With Lutheran Schools Accreditation Commission (Lsac). The School Is Accredited Both On A State And National Level. Each Year The Trinity Klein Must Submit An Annual Report To The Commission. While The State Of Texas Does Not Do Accreditation Of Private Schools, It Recognizes And Gives Validity To Our Accreditation. Trinity Klein Lutheran School Received An Excellent Rating On The Most Recent Annual Review By The Commission In 2022.

Due To Our Continued “Excellent” Rating, Lsac Named Tkls A National Exemplary School.  Only Eight Schools In The U.S. Received This Honor In 2014.

The curriculum at Trinity Klein is carefully selected to provide our students with the academic rigor and preparation necessary to be successful in their future educational endeavors.  Our learning objectives align with the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills but are supplemented with Christian Learning Objectives (CLO) unique to Trinity Klein.  The CLO are Bible-centered and support our objectives of Christian education.


The Christian religion is taught not only as an added subject area but as a way of life permeating the total curriculum. As students progress through the grades, they grow in their spiritual life through systematic instruction and practice with Lutheran doctrine, prayers, and daily exposure to the Word of God. It is an expectation that all children enrolled at Trinity Klein take part in the religion program.

Trinity Klein reviews and adopts curriculum on a rotating cycle and purchases on the basis of curriculum needs in any given subject area. Each year one or more specific areas of the curriculum are researched and evaluated by the teachers and administration. In each curriculum area, we review numerous textbooks from both Christian and national publishers. Updates are made as needed. Teachers are tasked with integrating the Christian faith into their lesson structure. A well-rounded program of studies includes Religion, Memory, Language Arts, Social Studies, Science, and Mathematics. All subjects are taught with a Christian approach and given a Christian interpretation.

Our History

Founded in 1874, Trinity Klein is a private parochial, non-profit Christian school. For close to a 150  years, Trinity Klein has been providing the community with Academic Excellence in a Christ Centered Service Focused environment. Our goal is to empower students in their faith development as they learn to apply God’s word to their daily living.


Day School Principal
Tracy King
Advancement Director
Erika Alman
Athletic Director
Nathan Frerking
ECC Director
Caroline Gray
K-2 and Student Services Director
Becky Bishop
6-8 Director
Matt Luevano
3-5 Director
Kerrie Roesler

Staff and Board


Want to make an Impact?

Thank you for your interest in securing a position with Trinity Klein! We are excited that you are interested in exploring opportunities with us! The Human Resources Office for Trinity Klein is committed to recruiting, developing, and retaining caring staff that is interested in creating disciples for Jesus Christ, who Worship, Grow, Serve, and Go. Trinity Klein’s community reflects the Lutheran tradition and we welcome other denominations as well. We believe service to God and to others is an integral part of the Trinity Klein educational experience.


Trinity Klein does not discriminate in the employment of individuals based on race, color, national or ethnic origin, disability, sex, age, or veteran status. However, Trinity Klein is a Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod congregation and, to the extent allowed by law, reserves the right to give preference in employment based on religion.