We are proud of the wonderful traditions, education and care we have been providing children and their families for over 60 years. In 1957, Trinity Lutheran School was opened with one preschool class and a kindergarten class. Trinity was the first church in the area to open a preschool. In the following years, grades one through six were added. With the growth of the Parkway school system, the grade school was closed, and the preschool was expanded. Presently we have classes for children ages two through five. We are located at 14088 Clayton Road in Chesterfield at the intersection of Hwy 141 & Clayton Road. 

Safety is our #1 concern. Therefore, Trinity Preschool strongly recommends (but does not require) that parents follow CDC and St. Louis County Health Department guidelines regarding proper face mask wearing for all children 2 years old and older while indoors or when around other individuals outside of their household

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Trinity Lutheran Preschool is an outreach ministry of Trinity Lutheran Church. The purpose of the preschool is to make Christ known to preschoolers and to provide a developmentally appropriate educational experience that recognizes the spiritual, mental, emotional, social and physical needs of each child. Our program includes a Christian curriculum as well as a play based approach to learning.  We believe that preschool children learn best through exploration, play, and hands-on experiences.

Registration for the 2021-2022 School Year is Still Open

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Trinity incorporates the Handwriting Without Tears program into our curriculum. It is a very hands-on program with lots of music and movement activities to allow the children to have fun while writing and learn to write the letters the proper way for success later in school. You can check the program out at

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STREAM is an acronym for the integration of Science, Technology, Religion, Engineering, Art and Math. Emphasizing STREAM in education encourages children to think logically, problem solve, and apply skills to equip students with the skills they need to compete in the 21st Century. STREAM concepts will be taught throughout the day integrated with the other activities going on in the classroom.

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Once a month we join together as a school for Chapel to sing, hear a short devotional and pray. Parents and families are always welcome to join us for this monthly event.​


The training children receive in the early years of their lives is some of the most significant they will ever receive.  At Trinity Lutheran Preschool, we provide:

1.  A Christ-centered curriculum where children will experience and hear daily of Jesus' love for them.

2.  A safe, secure, and clean environment in which to explore.

3.  A caring and nurturing atmosphere which fosters each child's creativity and positive self-image in order to develop an interest and joy in learning as well as a feeling of security and independence.

4.  A balance of activities which include outdoor and indoor play, teacher-directed and child-initiated learning experiences within the context of a developmentally appropriate curriculum.