The Batusic Family

The Batusic Family

Why did you choose LCA for your child?

“Our family chose LCA because we desire to partner with a school that has a Christ-centered mission.  LCA’s mission is to disciple and equip their students the be Christ’s servants.  This is our mission as a family.  We also chose LCA because they offer the 3-day University Model program, which is the perfect balance for our family.”

We are so excited to have so many wonderful families be a part of our family here at Lanier Christian Academy.   Please continue reading below or to see other stories you can click here.

–What do you love most about LCA?

As a part of LCA, we are a part of such a wonderful extended family, who works together to serve each other and encourage one another in the Lord.  LCA is truly a school-family partnership.  The leadership and teachers here work very hard to foster a positive community for the families and students.

–What is one word that best describes the school? Tell us why you chose that word.

Community.  The friendly leadership and teachers work very hard to foster a positive community for the families and students at LCA.  Small class sizes, Christian leadership, discipleship groups, community events, welcoming staff, opportunities to serve these are just some of the ways that LCA fosters strong community.

–In what ways have you seen your child grow and develop as a result of their experience at LCA?

We have seen our children grow academically at LCA.  We have also seen them develop healthy friendships and grow in knowledge of the Lord.

–How is LCA preparing your child for college and beyond?

LCA holds their students accountable academically, behaviorally, and spiritually, which is preparing them for college and beyond.

–What would you tell another parent to encourage them to consider enrolling their child at LCA?

LCA is a wonderful place that is fill of grace and the leadership and teachers walk the walk daily in front of their students.  This both challenges and encourages the students to be servants themselves.