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School Tuition

Tuition 2017-18

Early Enrollment Form 2017-18

Stop in, take a tour, find out more about what our 4K-8th grade at Trinity offers your family. We would love to have you here!! Call 715-848-0166.

Financial Aid Assessment

Tuition assistance is available on the basis of demonstrated need. If you believe that your resources are not sufficient to meet the total costs of a Trinity education, you are encouraged to apply.

There are two options to choose from:

1. TADS provides a framework through which household need can be measured fairly and equitably. Recommendations from TADS are used by the Trinity Award Committee in accordance with its policies to determine the award amount. Final awards notices will be mailed the by the committee.

Click here to apply at

Click here to apply at

Application Information

Applications for tuition assistance may be completed online at or picked up at the school office and mailed directly to TADS. The processing fee is made payable to TADS. Failure to pay the processing fee may delay the evaluation.

Need Assistance with your Application?

You may contact TADS for assistance completing the application or to check application status. TADS does not have award information. We will also be having Financial Aid Workshops where you can get assistance with the application (see dates below).

Online Chat:

Mailing Address:1201 Hawthorne Ave., Suite 100

Minneapolis, MN 55403

Telephone: 800.884.8237 (M-F, 8-8 Central)

Fax Number:  612.548.3326 (24 hours)

2. Trinity Lutheran School is a participant of the Wisconsin Parental Choice Program. If eligible for the program, your child may be able to attend Trinity Lutheran School for FREE!

Enrollment in the Wisconsin Parental Choice Program is open February 1 thru April 20, 2017

Student Eligibility

Student eligibility, which is established by state law, varies for each program. Student eligibility is a combination of student residence, income and prior year attendance. There is also an age requirement that must be met for grades K4, K, and 1. All students must apply each year and provide documentation that they meet the residency requirements that follow that are specific to each program. Students continuing in the program or students that were on a Choice waiting list in the prior year for the same program they are applying to are not required to provide income documentation.

Wisconsin Parental Choice Program: Students in grades kindergarten through 12 residing in a Wisconsin school district, other than in the city of Milwaukee or Racine Unified School District, may apply for the WPCP between February 1st and April 20th. To qualify for the program in the 2017-18 school year, a new student must have a family income equal to or less than 185% of the federal poverty level income limits shown in Table 2. If the child’s parents/legal guardians are married their income is reduced by $7,000 when determining income eligibility for the program. In addition, all students applying for the WPCP must meet one of the following attendance requirements: 

              (1) have attended a public school in Wisconsin in 2016-17; 

              (2) not enrolled in school in 2016-17; 

              (3) applying in 2017-18 for grades kindergarten, first or ninth or; 

              (4) participated in the WPCP in 2016-17. 

All students must meet the prior year attendance and residency requirements every year.

WPCP Income Limits 185% of the Federal Poverty Level -  2017-18

Maximum Family Size              Yearly  Income

     1                                            $ 21,978

     2                                            $ 29,637

     3                                            $ 37,296

     4                                            $ 44,955

     5                                            $ 52,614

For each additional member add $7,696.

For the 2017-18 school year, state law mandates that no more than 1% of the pupil membership of a public school district may participate in the WPCP. The DPI will conduct a random drawing of eligible applications. DPI will also notify parents of pupil acceptance and establish a waiting list for students not selected in the random drawing.

Informational Brochure:

Wisconsin Parental Choice Program Application Link: