Alumni Spotlight: Manyaqi Wang ’16

Manyaqi Wang graduated from Lexington Christian Academy in 2016. She then attended Boston College where she graduated with a degree in philosophy in 2020. At Boston College, Manyaqi served as Executive Board Member for the school’s Fashion Club. She launched an online clothing company, Phoebe Jon during her undergrad. She now runs the company full-time while…

Alumni Spotlight: Patrick Zhou ’06

Patrick Zhou is a 2006 graduate of Lexington Christian Academy. After graduating from LCA, Patrick went on to Boston College, where he earned his bachelor’s degree (double majoring in Biology and Theology) and his master’s degree (in Theology with a concentration in bioethics). Patrick moved to Washington, DC in September 2011, to work for a…

Cultivating Spaces

Throughout March in New England, people are starting their tomato seedlings and willing the final patches of snow to thaw. Spring is emerging, and each year as the temperatures slowly rise and the sun shines for longer each day, we are reminded of the importance of cultivating spaces for growth. This year perhaps more than…

Alumni Spotlight: Allana Matthews ’12

Allana Matthews graduated in 2012 from Lexington Christian Academy. She attended UMass Amherst and is currently a Masters Degree candidate at Boston University earning a dual-degree in Social Work (MSW, LICSW) and Educational Leadership and Policy (E.dM) on the principal licensure track. Additionally, she is an Accelerated Community to Teacher (ACTT) Fellow and is completing…

Alumni Spotlight: Reg Henley ’69

Reg Henley ’69 came to Lexington Christian Academy as a tenth grader as his parents sought a quality, Christian, college-prep education for him. LCA provided him with a great education and the opportunity to excel in his passion– basketball. Reg was a three year varsity basketball player and played varsity baseball his junior and senior…

Questions for Resilience

I keep thinking about how a year ago none of us knew what we were truly capable of – how strong we could be, how much we could learn, how quickly we could adapt. We didn’t know yet what questions we would be asking or how the nature of our plans would change…and then change…

Losing Our Rhythms; Finding Our Rest

This week in Chapel, we gathered outside in our cohorts. Our amazing Cohort Leaders guided students through 7 stations looking at different portions of Psalm 23. The theme was “Losing Our Rhythms; Finding Our Rest”. We spent time together reading scripture, listening, praying and even balancing on one foot. Students had an opportunity to rest quietly…

VIDEO: The LCA Way | Fall 2020

LCA students started the school year in-person this Fall. Yes, you can expect an excellent, Christian education and top-level safety for your child. There are many uncertain circumstances in the world, but your child’s education doesn’t have to be one of them. LEARN MORE: lca.edu

Digital Learning: How is it Shaping our Families?

ORIGINALLY pUBLISHED on WWW.BIOLOGOS.ORG The massive social disruption caused by the COVID-19 pandemic has pushed many of us, especially teachers and learners, into more time with our devices. Some stress is already evident. Colleagues are lamenting the grind of endless online meetings, parents are scrambling for films to view, and families are competing for bandwidth….

Maurice “Mo” Christmas ’92

An All-State athlete at LCA, Mo was drafted by the Atlanta Braves in 1992 and spent six years playing professional baseball with the Atlanta Braves as a pitcher. After transitioning out of baseball, Mo returned to Massachusetts to continue serving at his home church, International Family Church. Mo is married to LCA alumna, Amy (Hartzfeld)…

Quick Fire Assignment with Mr. VB

Today students in Mr. VanderBrug’s Photography class were given a “quick fire assignment” (limited time with only three objectives):  1️⃣: Self portrait 2️⃣: All photographs taken using a small mirror 3️⃣: Applying the rule of thirds  It is expected that students will interpret the self portrait portion of the assignment. Upon completion, images will be cropped and…