It is a valued tradition at LCS for middle and high school students to participate in an annual Fall Retreat. Cultivating Christian community among our students and teachers is the focus of these two days away from school. Team-building activities, community worship, shared meals, time together enjoying the outdoors, campfires, and the much anticipated high school volleyball tournament are all part of the Retreat experience for middle and high school students.

One of the highlights of High School Retreat is the senior faith stories that are presented during high school chapel sessions. Prior to the Retreat, as part of senior Bible class, 12th grade students learn what a faith story is. They also learn how to write and communicate their story in a manner that glorifies God and edifies the community. It is truly a blessing for our high school students and teachers to hear the stories of how God is present and working in the lives of senior students at LCS.

Click here for general retreat information.

Click here for the middle school packing list.

Click here for the high school packing list.

Upcoming Events

Tue 20

Grandparent Day

November 20 -12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Wed 21

No School – Thanksgiving Break

November 21 - November 23
Dec 06

Kindergarten – 3rd Grade Christmas Concert

December 6 -6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

LCS News

Congratulations to Coach Jon Watson and the runners who participated in the State Finals Meet on Saturday, November 2nd! Caden Kinnas and Ethan Combs placed 112 and 114 with times of 18:37 and 18:38 respectively after qualifying to compete as individuals during the regional meet. A big congratulations to Madison Volz who took 2nd over-all in the girls race with a time of 19:02.9 and Lexi Kinnas on her 13th place finish with a time of 20:07.1 – what a great way to end the season! Congratulations to the entire girls team on their 12th place finish and a wonderful season! #GoPilgrims

On Tuesday, our dedicated and energized art teacher, Katie Emery, spoke in front of the student body about her own past struggles and obstacles. She shared about herself in order to help encourage students to be vulnerable with each other and be empathetic with one another. Mrs. Emery explained that we need to understand that everyone is going through their own storms, and we all need each other to get through them. #IBelongToJesusChrist

Thank you to Jen Wagoner who brought her therapy dog Zoey to our first grade classes. When children are given opportunities to read to therapy dogs it builds excitement about reading. #readers #therapydog #LCS_HaveItAll

Watch your step! Small metal balls were whizzing down the middle school hallway today. #LCS_STEM #LCSgram