Education beyond the core

Loudonville Christian School’s curriculum includes faith, service and spiritual growth

In the spirit of being a “family,” LCS parents and grandparents are welcomed to participate in activities during the school day. Many help with small groups in classrooms and the library. They volunteer on the playground, in the art room, welcome visitors at the front door, drive for field trips, assist with the lunch program and so much more.

Weekly Chapels and Bible classes for all students focus and encourage students to live their faith in the classroom, on the sports teams and beyond. High school and middle school retreats are exciting events that students look forward to every year.

A full fine arts program that includes both a creative and innovative art and music experience provides opportunity for students to tap into and develop their God-given talents.

Integrating faith lived out in service to others with an academic program that enables students to earn up to 50 college credits creates a unique school environment for LCS students. The proof is in what we hear from our alumni and parents:

“I wanted to thank Loudonville Christian School for a wonderful school year. Our daughter had an amazingly positive experience, in which she grew both academically and spiritually. The respect and love which her fellow students, teachers and administrators showed her reflects the core values that are the backbone of a true Christian education. It is apparent that LCS is a big family, and we look forward to being a part of that for many years to come.”

– a LCS parent

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