Greater Lansing's first choice for Christian education.

We are a private PreK through 12th grade learning community committed to the vision of equipping young men and women to engage and transform the world for Jesus Christ.

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Lansing Christian School is ranked a #1 Niche K-12 Private School in Lansing, MI



We partner with parents


Parent Roadmap

Click here for the Parent Roadmap which contains important PreK-12 grade information for your journey at LCS.



We honor God through Excellence


student to teacher ratio

Advanced placement courses

Community Service

Hours of Community Service per Student

competitive MHSAA sports offered


Nearly 100% of LCS graduates attend college after graduation.

Here is a partial list of where some of our graduates have been accepted at the collegiate level.


We glorify God in all of life



We live and learn in community



A Day in the Life - Emma
 A Day in the Life of Max
A Day in the Life - Ava

Mikayla is a Pilgrim. She plays basketball and volleyball for LCS. Her favorite part of school is chapel because “the way we worship and learn new things about and with God is just so amazing! I have realized that it’s okay to be me and I have grown closer with God.” #BeAPilgrim #LCS_StudentStories

LCS students ice paint in the exploration of the letter “I” in preschool. #LCS_HaveItAll

Students take notes on their readings in Science class. #LCS_HaveItAll

MSU computer engineering students wrote an app for Learning A-Z and solicit feedback from our 3rd grade students! #LCS_HaveItAll

In response to the recent increase in e-cigarette usage, especially among young people, Lansing Christian School hosted a panel presentation for middle and high school students on the risk of using e-cigarettes Friday. This panels focus was on education and prevention in order to equip our students with the information they need to make good and well informed choices about this rising trend. The panel included Dr. John Dery, an emergency medicine physician; Lauren Metcalfe from the Barry-Eaton District Health Department; and Sgt. Mary Hull from the Ingham County Sheriff’s Department. Our diverse panel of experts provided students with information about the effects of e-cigarettes from a variety of sources and perspectives. They also provided students with statistics, demonstrations about how vaping causes lung damage, and information about the Michigan’s recently passed law which considers underage usage of vaping material a MIP misdemeanor offense as well as cessation options. Sixth grade students helped design and plan the format of this assembly which included an opportunity to ask the experts questions or submit questions confidentially online. We hope this provides our students with an increased understanding and awareness in this changing landscape and how e-cigarette usage may have long term and serious health effects. Helpful information about the effects of e-cigarettes can be found on the American Lung Association website at The Surgeon General’s Office website provides tips on how to talk with student about e-cigarette use at

Students worked with a graphic designer to design ideas for LCS art shirts. Students then walked through the process of creating a screen and screen printing onto t-shirts. #LCS_creates

Today LCS senior students used the Senate floor at the Michigan State Capitol to debate and vote on actual bills as a culmination of the simulated legislative experience through the Student Statesmanship Institute, a biblical worldview and citizenship course that includes a mock legislature. #LCS_HaveItAll

LCS students show God’s love to our custodians by helping clean up after lunch. #LCS_serves



Equipping young men and women to engage and transform the world for Jesus Christ



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Lansing Christian School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.