THE ANDERSON FAMILY
–Why did you choose LCA for your child?
We were a homeschooling family until we came to LCA. We wanted to continue to give our kids Christ-centered education, but to have the opportunity to be in the classroom with other students. LCA’s mission of partnering with us as parents to help our children become fully devoted followers of Christ was also important in our decision to come to the school.
–What do you love most about LCA?
We love having the option of the University Model. Being a former homeschool family, this option still gives us time at home together during the week.
–What is one word that best describes the school? Tell us why you chose that word.
Biblically-based. The curriculum used at LCA points our children to Christ in practical ways, no matter the subject.
–In what ways have you seen your child grow and develop as a result of their experience at LCA?
It’s been great to see our children thrive in the classroom setting. They’ve grown in their independence and had the opportunity to develop more friendships.
–How is LCA preparing your child for college and beyond?
Our children are being challenged academically. The University Model really fosters their independence and personal responsibility for completing assignments in a timely manner. The opportunity to learn about history and the world from a Biblically-based curriculum gives them the chance to grow stronger in their relationship with the Lord and develop a solid Christian worldview before going out on their own.
–What would you tell another parent to encourage them to consider enrolling their child at LCA?
Our children are being bombarded by culture at every turn. The choice of where your children receive their education is extremely important in every aspect of their development. As Christians, it is our desire for our children to know, understand, and believe Truth. A Christ-centered education is vital to giving our children every opportunity to know Jesus in all facets of life. At LCA, students are given the chance to learn from a Biblical worldview, worship each week in chapel, grow in relationships through discipleship groups, and are challenged academically to reach their highest potential.