Traditional Model - Elementary & Secondary
The traditional model provides a comprehensive program with instruction provided on campus five days per week. This model includes excellent academics that are taught with a Biblical perspective. The traditional model seeks to help our students grow academically and spiritually through teacher interaction while partnering with parents throughout the process. While some might consider the traditional model the "ordinary" way to do school, our faculty and staff are dedicated to making LCCS an extraordinary experience. Elementary through secondary students are assisted in finding their God given calling and are encouraged to live-out these passions inside and outside of LCCS. High school students have experiential opportunities for growth through the Academies of STEM; Entrepreneurship; the Arts; and Community, Outreach, and Service.
University Model® Elementary
The University Model® at LCCS offers an alternative solution for parents desiring both the gift of time with their children and the services of a Christian school for students in grades kindergarten through six. The University-Model® was developed to preserve and strengthen the God-ordained family relationship and achieve a high degree of academic excellence. University-Model® students are on campus part time. Students in kindergarten through grade 2 spend 2 days a week on campus. Those is grades 3-6 are on campus 3 days a week. The remaining days of the week (satellite days) are spent completing teacher-directed academic activities at home under the guidance of parents.
The 4-Day Secondary program allows students in grades 7 through 12 to have benefits of engaging classes with traditional students as well as one satellite day of teacher-directed academic activities at home under the guidance of parents (Wednesdays). This model combines LCCS's excellent academics with the ability for students to progress independently. Similar to the traditional model, high school students in the 4-Day program also have experiential opportunities for growth through the Academies of STEM; Entrepreneurship; the Arts; and Community, Outreach, and Service.