Creativity at LCS Shines this Spring

Excellence in the arts is reflected in what students create with their minds, their hands, and their voices. Giving students opportunities to express their God-given creativity through the visual arts, music, and drama is a priority at Lansing Christian School. This spring, we hosted several events – The Spring Maker’s Market, Creative Arts Night, and the Spring Band Concert – where students were able to shine brightly in the arts with the support of their teachers, friends, and family.

Creative Arts Night

Elementary Creative Arts Night is an evening for our students to practice being beauty creators and God-worshipers, showcasing the gifts and talents God gave them. During this event, students displayed their art and creative writing, performed music, danced, sang, and shared their learning in Spanish.

Students also led the community in song with their yearly theme song. Each year, LCS has an original song to complement the yearly theme. Written by music teacher Peter O’Neill and sung by elementary students at chapels and events throughout the year, this song is a meaningful part of community worship at LCS and it was a joy to sing together.

Maker’s Market

Maker’s Market is about giving our middle and high school students the opportunity to showcase their craftsmanship, learn new entrepreneurial skills, and use the creative gifts God has blessed them with to bless others. Many of our students, teachers, and families came together to sell handmade items, including baked goods, macarons, bubble tea, crochet items, baskets, earrings and jewelry, and more.  The event also included an inflatable obstacle course, face painting, and Kona Ice. We are proud of our 40+ vendors who used their God-given abilities to create for our community.

Spring Band Concert

5th-12th grade bands performed for the school community and displayed what they have been learning throughout the year. Students also honored band teacher, Scott Davis, who is retiring after 11 years of teaching band at LCS. We are grateful for his heart for the Lord, for building our band program, and teaching students how to glorify God through making music.

The Arts & More at LCS

Our Creative Arts program gives students the chance to grow in their areas of God-given giftedness and to shine brightly. Learn more about a Christ-centered education at Lansing Christian School.

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