Trinity gears up to celebrate 15 years of learning

Officials with Trinity Lutheran High School in Seymour plan to conduct a celebration banquet in honor of the beginning of the school’s 15th year of academics.

The banquet will be Aug. 16 in the school gymnasium. Doors open at 5 p.m., and the event will begin at 5:45 p.m. The school initially opened Aug. 16, 2001.

The public, especially those associated with the school during the past 15 years, are invited. Seating is limited, and registration is requested by Tuesday.

The keynote speaker will be the Rev. Daniel Gard, president of Concordia University, Chicago. He will be speaking about the importance of a Lutheran/Christian education in today’s world.

Former Trinity students, Vicar Ryan Schneider and Katie Keily-Vann, also are scheduled to speak.

Trinity Lutheran High School is an accredited school that teaches and serves 160 students. Trinity is Christ-centered and teaches the word of God as truth, the school said.

Trinity provides students with a caring environment that promotes learning, respect for others and excellence in education.

If you have questions concerning Trinity or would like to receive information on enrolling your child, contact Principal Daniel Sievert or Recruitment Director Michelle Bauman at 812-524-8547.

Anyone who would like to financially support this ministry for high school youth in southern Indiana, may contact Director of Development, Michael Bridges at 812-343-3352.

Aubrey Woods is editor of The (Seymour) Tribune. He can be reached at or 812-523-7051.