We know that God has created each student with specific gifts and talents for His purpose. At LCCS, we are committed to helping students live-out their passions during the school day as we encourage and equip them to fulfill their God-ordained calling for their lives. Calling Prep is the systematic approach to Christian education by which LCCS will help all students, from PreKindergarten through 12th grade:
LCCS empowers students to be confident in who God has truly created them to be. Calling Prep will yield uncommon graduates who have a better understanding of who they are - not through a lens of comparison to others, but as exceptional individuals uniquely created to fulfill his or her purpose in God's greater plan.
“For we are God’s masterpiece. He has created us anew in Christ Jesus, so we can do the good things He planned for us long ago” -Ephesians 2:10 (NLT)
Calling Prep at a GlanceStudents will:
Calling Prep ElementaryCoordinator: Mrs. Jodie Richardson
Calling Prep will be integrated into the PreK through sixth grade curriculum through classroom enrichment activities, project-based learning, field trips, service projects and assessments. This begins the important process of guiding each student to identify their passions, gifts, and talents.
Calling Prep Middle SchoolCoordinator: Mrs. Sarah Voran
Middle School students are so curious and ready for God to have a deep and lasting impact in their lives. The seventh and eighth grade educational experience will guide students to understand their own unique identity through hands-on learning opportunities in all four high school academy areas.
Calling Prep High School Academies
Academy of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math)Director: Mr. Tony Myers. Assistant Director: TJ Rieger
Academy of the ArtsDirector: Mrs. Jenna Hege
Academy of EntrepreneurshipDirector: Mr. Nate Long
The Academy of Entrepreneurship will take the traditional classroom experience to an entirely new level. Students will not only learn foundational principles of Biblical entrepreneurship in the classroom, but will also have opportunities to put what they learn into practice. Students in this academy will interact with Christian entrepreneurs and leaders (learn by listening), engage in project-based learning activities (learn by doing), and participate in field-related internships (learn by watching, listening, and doing). The Academy of Entrepreneurship will equip students to pursue their God-given abilities while also giving them vocational direction and experience.
Goals of the Academy of Entrepreneurship:
Academy of Community, Outreach & ServiceDirector: Mr. Timothy Cote