Lansing Christian School is accredited by both Christian Schools International and AdvancEd (formerly NCA) and provides students with the opportunity to receive an academically excellent, faith-forming Christian education. Together with Christian parents, we are committed to equipping young men and women to engage and transform the world for Jesus Christ. That is a mission and purpose that gives everyday work meaning.
While the important role of the teacher continues to be a hallmark of the student experience at LCS, the role of the student in the learning process is changing. The term “student- centered learning” has become a widely used term in education. At LCS, emphasis on a more student-centered approach to learning has become a priority in how we speak about an excellent education.
What is student-centered learning? At the most basic level, student-centered learning is about changing the focus from how teachers are teaching, to how students are learning. In our PreK-12 classrooms, our goal is for students to more actively engage in the learning process and take more ownership of their individual growth.
Outstanding Christian teachers will always be at the heart of achieving our mission to equip young men and women to engage the world for Jesus Christ. At the same time, as a school we are striving to equip our students to make learning their own. We want Lansing Christian students to value and enjoy learning so that our graduates are able to engage the world with faith and knowledge that exhibits the kind of skill, curiosity, empathy, compassion, and service the world needs.
We are here to work with you, Christian parents, to help your children develop a view of the world. Together with church and home, we have the opportunity to help build a consistency and continuity in how our children see the world. Learning at school is an integral part of how our children will grow to see the world; how God asks us to live and how God will use us to meet the needs of the world and bring forth His kingdom here on earth.
Academic Stats at a Glance:
- Nearly 100% of graduates go onto some form of post secondary education.
- During any given year, ACT comparison scores rank LCS at or second from the highest as compared to all other local high schools.
- Technology integrated at all grade levels to facilitate and advance student learning.
- Eight Advanced Placement (AP) classes are offered.
- Spanish is taught from Kindergarten through 12th grade.
- Trips are offered connected to curriculum such as those to Gettysburg, Pennsylvania for US History class and Stratford, Ontario Canada Shakespearean Theatre for English class.
- Bible Classes taught at every grade level.