Life at LCS

Student Leadership

National Honor Society

National Honor Society (NHS) membership honors outstanding students. Eligible students can be identified from grades 11 through 12 (as identified in the local chapter bylaws). Once selected, member participation in chapter activities provides opportunities for students to reach their fullest potential at school and in life. Learn more

Multicultural Club

The work of the LCS Student Multicultural Club aims to increase our capacity to be a community where students, created in the image of God, experience a sense of belonging. The goal of the club is to provide an opportunity for students of all races and ethnicities to connect, grow in unity, and help our community learn about and celebrate one another. Learn more

Student Statesmanship Institute

LCS partners with the Student Statesmanship Institute (SSI) for a three-day mock legislative program for LCS seniors. SSI offers this dynamic program that provides biblical worldview sessions and real-world leadership training by involving students in a mock legislative experience. Learn more

Student Ambassador Program

A Lansing Christian School student ambassador represents LCS at the highest level, communicating to new and prospective students and families the mission, vision, and core values of LCS. Visitors see the student ambassadors as experts – people who know the school inside out and are able to help them get a feel for its programs, strengths, and day-to-day life. Students selected for this program are polite, enthusiastic, and informative.