Clubs, Activities & Extra-Curriculars

At Trinity Lutheran School, we believe that a well-rounded student experiences a variety of activities during school hours. These activities are to provide ways for students to expand their education, socialize and contribute to the community.


Learning more about how technology can serve us well in the world today.

Personal Development

Character Development and Personal Growth are key to leading purpose filled lives for Christ.

The Arts

Enriching our lives and the lives of others through music, dance and art.

Physical Development

Caring for our physical health and well being honors the bodies God gave us.

Classes and Clubs

All extra-curricular activities are taught after normal school hours and on our campus. Contact individuals below with questions or stop in the school office for a flyer / registration form. All fees are paid directly to the vendor (except for Code Club).

Fellowship of Christian Athletes

FCATrinity’s “FCA Fridays” Club will inspire student character development based upon Christian values of Integrity, Serving, Teamwork and Excellence through activities, encounters, and fellowship.

For students K through eighth grade

Integrity We will demonstrate Christ-like wholeness in our relationships in FCA.

Serving We will model Jesus’ example of serving.

Teamwork We will express our unity in Christ in all our relationships.

Excellence We will honor and glorify God in all we do.

Club registration is open to K-8th students who do not attend the regular Extended Care program. Registration Form. Contact the K-8 office for details 407-488-1919 x104 or email

Bee Yoga

Classes: PreK3 & VPK and K-8

Experience Yoga in a simple and unique way through games, movement, music and breathing; helps children manage their emotions, build self-confidence, create self-awareness and strengthen their bodies.

Miss Z has been practicing Yoga since 2009 and is a certified Kids Yoga Teacher with a passion not only for building physical strength but also for building strong mental focus.

Classes meet at Trinity weekly on regularly scheduled school days: CDC class on Thursdays 2:50-3:45 pm and K-8 class on Tuesdays 3:30-5:00pm.

Sign up forms are in the school offices or contact Miss Z directly at 407-496-9662 or

Soccer Shots

Contact: Anton Faith,

PreK2 – 2nd grade

Soccer Shots instructors are energetic and enthusiastic, are great teachers, and love working with children. We not only teach soccer skills, but also work on improving balance, coordination, and agility with the kids. Soccer Shots also uses the sessions to teach children important concepts such as teamwork, sharing and respect. (Currently have 3-4 year old and 5-7 year old teams)

Soccer Field: 3:00-5:00pm on Mondays; 3:10-4:35pm on Wednesdays

Sign up early – classes fill up quickly!

Defining Movement, Inc.

Contact: Joleen Morales at

PreK3 – 8th Grade

Defining Movement takes dance class  to the next level with an energetic, creative, and encouraging approach to dance which encourages any and every child to express themselves through movement of all kinds.

Areas of instruction include Creative Movement, Pre Ballet, Hip Hop and Creative Freestyle Movement.

Classes at Trinity: 3-4pm Tuesdays, 3-5pm Thursdays

Music Lessons

3rdWheel.Org, LLC  

Contact: Mark DeMaio at

PreK3 – 8th grade

Drum Class by 3rd wheel includes basic to advanced techniques covering hand over hand rhythm techniques, music games, activities and songs.

Classes at Trinity: 4:15-4:45pm Fridays

Music Lessons: Pianio / Drum Set /Guitar

Contact:  T.J. Howard at or 574-514-8531

PreK3 – 8th Grade

Classes by individual appointment

Providing music lessons in piano, guitar, and drums.  Mr. Howard holds a Bachelor’s degree in music composition and piano from Indiana University and has been playing drums professionally since high school.

Computer Classes

Computer Tutor 

Contact: Robin Coyne,

PreK2 – Kindergarten

Classes: 2:30-4:00pm Tuesdays; 2:30-4:00 Wednesdays, 2:30-4:00pm Thursdays.

Discovering technology through computer games.

Code Club

Contact: Michael Miessler,

3rd – 8th grade  *free club

Class:  3:30-4:30pm Mondays

Students will learn basic programming skills and languages all while designing games, illustrations, and web pages.

School Activities

Orlando Philharmonic

Step Up to Kindergarten (VPK), March in to Middle School Day

Family Fun Nights, Read In

National Lutheran Schools Week

Spring Play (Middle School)

Field Day

TLS Athletic Games (Bball, VBall, Soccer)

Kennedy Space Center, Georgia Outdoor Education Trip, Marine Lab-Florida Keys; Washington D.C.

Easter Egg Hunt (Infants-VPK)

Seasonal Class Parties, Halloween Parade

Trinity Events

Campus Work Days

Back to School Open House


Kindergarten & Middle School Round Up

Touch A Truck

Book Fair (Fall & Spring)

All School Thanksgiving Lunch

Grandparents Day

Christmas Programs, Orlando Holiday Tree LIghting at Lake Eola (VPK-8th grades)

Music Concerts & Festival

Trinity Downtown Youth Ministry, Confirmation Retreat

Pastor Hoard Memorial Golf Tournament

Volunteer Appreciation Dinner, Staff Appreciation Week

Interactive Cooking Demo in the Garden of Discovery Classroom

The Garden of Discovery class from Trinity Lutheran School's CDC closed out the school year with unit on cooking. They wanted to do something special and hands-on, so they invited Trinity member and former TLS parent, Chef Carmen Ramiz, to visit the classroom and...

Camp Trinity… and Beyond!

Camp Trinity is having a blast this summer! The collage of activities occurs on campus, and extends beyond to the greater Orlando Community.  So far in this kaleidoscopic summer, we have developed some cool new martial arts skills with IronLife Athletics; we sat on...

Super Viking Parent Awards 2018

Naturally, attention at Trinity’s five graduation ceremonies at the end of this school term centered upon students and their success in classrooms throughout the year.  Trinity recognizes scholarly pursuits as well as character development in our quest to “Promote...

PTL Spoils Trinity’s Staff During Staff Appreciation Week

Our teachers and staff are invaluable here at Trinity. It is important to recognize all of the teaching, support and love they give to our children! One of the best ways to provide this recognition is during Staff Appreciation Week. Staff Appreciation Week events are...

All Things Bright and Beautiful; 2018 Spring Concert

The Spring Concert was a night to remember, filled with all things Bright and Beautiful!  Everyone sang so joyously and made all of TLS proud. Trinity school students from VPK through grade eight filled the brightly decorated gym with vibrant choral and instrumental...

Penny Wars 2018: We raised $1000!

As the excitement mounted each day during the week, so did the total amount collected during Trinity’s 2018 Penny Wars. Students competed in Penny Wars by classrooms, for two different divisions, happily placing pennies in their own classroom buckets for positive...

CDC 3’s and 4’s Sing In Worship

This weekend at the 9:30 contemporary worship service, a very talented group of nearly 40 three to five year olds from Trinity Lutheran School's Child Development Center shared their musical talents in worship under the direction of their music teacher, Mrs. Julia...

How Are You God’s Light?

In Chapel this past week we were blessed by a visit from Mr. Mark Brink, our LCMS FL-GA District Executive Director of School & Youth Ministries. Mr. Brink shared a message about being God’s light in chapel. After returning to the classroom, Trinity's Kindergarten...

VPK Reenacts the Last Supper

This week in the Garden of Exploration VPK Classroom children experienced a beautiful reenactment of the Last Supper, or as one student called it, "the very last dinner."  Lead by their teachers, these precious little ones were guided through the events of Maundy...

VPK Students Create a Gratitude Tree

This week when Pastor Doug was visiting in the CDC classrooms, he spent some time with the VPK classes. While they were working on a craft project, he talked with them about Jesus. He explained how God loves us so much that he sent His one and only Son to forgive our...

Honk! Honk! Beep! Beep! Another Great with Dozens of Trucks at Touch-a-Truck

Another fantastic year for Trinity's Downtown Orlando Touch-a-Truck event.  The smiling faces, honking horns and squeals of delight were proof of that! Children and parents - drivers and volunteers all enjoyed the event and had a blast spending the morning walking...

Seussical Silliness 2018

Dress Up Days “Look at me! Look at me! Look at me NOW! It is fun to have fun but you have to know how.”  Creative Art Projects “Think left and think right and think low and...

Here’s Every Chalk-Covered Picture We Took At This Year’s Viking Challenge: Color Run!

Last week Pre-k through 8th graders participated in our Viking Challenge Color Run.  Students ran, jumped, skipped, hopped, and dodged plumes of blue and pink chalk as they stayed active to help raise funds for their school. To help support Trinity's Viking Challenge,...

The $50,000 Viking Challenge

The students of Trinity Lutheran School challenge you to donate as we “Manifest the Spirit!” Help us follow the advice of Dr. Seuss, so all “can find the magic wherever you look, sit back, relax, all you need is a book!” Trinity’s Magic of Reading literacy initiative...

Manifesting the Spirit: Trinity Lutheran School Week 2018

From Minute-To-Win-It, to enjoying Paddington 2 at the Cobb Theater downtown, a mock Color Run, the Orlando Science Center Mobile Lab stations in the gym sponsored by the PTL, dressing up with crazy hair or as mad scientists, the school Spelling Bee, or the...

Chapel Worship Answers the Question: “Why Christmas?”

While answers will vary on what Christmas is all about, our December Chapel services kept Trinity students well aware that Christmas cannot be reduced to what has become merely known as a series of “Happy Holidays.” Chapel worship focused on a series of Advent...

Highlights from Trinity’s CDC

Patterns Leading Ladybugs take turns completing patterns at carpet time. They also learned about the five senses of Christmas which included senory experiences with (feel) pine needles, (taste) candycanes, (hear) jinglebells, (smell) cookies and (see) presents....

Making Blankets for Students in Need

Garden of Adventure VPK students and teachers have been hard at work making no-sew fleece blankets for homeless children in Orange County Public Schools. This hands-on project was created so that the kids could have a deeper connection with and better understanding of...

Another Great Pumpkin Patch

Because of this year’s Downtown Orlando Pumpkin Patch, Trinity’s Parent Teacher League was able to raise funds to support Trinity Lutheran School - Infants through Eighth grade. Our parents, teachers, volunteers, and guests were able to enjoy some cool crisp fall days...

Learning about the Farm in PreK

The Garden of Discovery is learning about the farm this month:  crops, animals, chores and what we get from animals. The class has created a Farmers Market in their classroom to learn about the foods we get from farms. Noah's Ark is the Bible theme, and the kids...