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…

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…

6th Grade Scientists

The 6th graders were studying the history of the invention of the microscope, so they started in a similar way as the scientists of the past, first looking at common objects (soil, coins, grass, plant parts) with the human eye, then with one hand lens, and then eventually using two hand lens, which is the…

Alumni Highlight: Keri C.

God has called us to be good stewards of our bodies. We encourage our students to challenge themselves physically by participating in a number of varsity and junior varsity sports, as well as our excellent theatre and arts programs. Faculty and staff are frequently helping students identify their talents, and it’s not uncommon to find…

Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Jody Clark

We are proud that our students are growing not just in knowledge of the humanities and sciences, but in their ability to ask deep questions in the search of truth. And this learning journey starts with our world-class faculty, who pour into students inside and outside of the classroom. At Lexington Christian Academy we believe…

A Student Story: Riccardi

We are proud of our vibrant student body. And we know that being a part of a global community comes with the responsibility of living thoughtfully and caring for those within and around it. Through daily conversations, arts, athletics, and even service projects like raking leaves for our surrounding neighbors, LCA students are learning what…

Newbery Award winning Author, Gary Schmidt Visits LCA

An Amazing Act of Generosity Due to the beautifully written letter that Harley Rusk penned to Gary Schmidt about her last conversation with Lori Johnson (which happened to be about the 6th grade read-aloud book, “Lizzy Bright and the Buckminster Boy”), the author agreed to come to LCA and finish the book with the 6th…