What grades does LCS include?
Preschool -12th grade all on one campus.
What curriculum does LCS use?
LCS uses curriculum from a variety of sources. While many of our textbooks do come from secular publishers, all classes are taught from a Biblical worldview perspective.
Do LCS graduates attend college?
Yes. In fact, almost all LCS graduates pursue higher education. LCS graduates have been accepted to colleges such as: Harvard University, Wheaton College, Fuller Theological Seminary, Princeton University, Michigan State University, University of Michigan and University of Chicago.
Is LCS affiliated with a specific church or denomination?
No. LCS is an independent school that accepts applications from students from a wide range of churches and denominations. Currently, our student body represents over 70 area churches.
Is LCS accredited?
Yes, Lansing Christian was first accredited by the Michigan Association of Non-Public Schools (MANS) in 1996. In 2007 the School was accredited by the North Central Association (NCA). The NCA stamp has international recognition and provides a process of peer review and a framework for continuous progress toward excellence in every activity and program of the school.
In 2012, Advanced Ed (formerly known as the North Central Association), in partnership with Christian Schools International, awarded the school another five year accreditation.
Does LCS offer a variety of sports?
LCS participates in MHSAA Division D athletics. The growing list of competitive sports programs available to students includes basketball, volleyball, football, soccer, tennis, hockey, softball, track and field, baseball, swimming, water polo, bowling, ski club, and golf.
What about fine arts?
Students have the opportunity to be involved in drama productions, art classes, choir and band classes and competitions, worship leading, and a variety of concerts.
Does LCS provide after-school care?
The “Junior Pilgrims” after school care program is available for students Monday – Friday, from 3-6 p.m.