Secondary - grades 7-12

The secondary program at LCCS provides an exceptional academic program with solid Biblical teaching to help students to develop their own beliefs and values based on a Biblical worldview. Teachers help students think critically and provide a variety of project-based activities for hands-on learning. A selection of electives courses are offered to enrich the student's academic education. In high school, students are able to take honors and advanced placement courses.

Through Calling Prep, middle school instruction is tailored to help students explore and discover their own unique, God-given identity. In high school, they are able to experience and pursue their areas of interest and talent through Calling Prep academies.

LCCS offers two options for secondary education:

Traditional 5-Day Secondary
Traditional elementary grades are housed at the Leola campus. These students come to campus five days a week.

4-Day Secondary
Students enrolled in the 4-Day Secondary program attend class at the Leola campus four days per week (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday). On Wednesdays they learn through teacher-directed activities with the support of a parent in the satellite classroom (at home). Learn more about the 4-Day Secondary program here.

Secondary at a Glance

  • Biblical integration into all classes
  • Weekly chapel services
  • Calling Prep Wednesdays help students to be confident in who God has truly created them to be
  • High School Calling Prep Academies: STEM, the Arts, Entrepreneurship, and Community, Outreach & Service
  • Athletics offered:
    boys - soccer, basketball, baseball
    girls - soccer, basketball
  • Languages offered: Spanish
  • AP courses offered during junior and senior years
  • Fall retreats that center on growing in Christ and serving others (beginning in 7th grade)
  • Senior international missions trip
  • Clubs offered: Middle School Leadership Team, National Honors Society, Student Council, International Club

Beth RichardsonSecondary Principal - Miss Beth Richardson

"I’m excited to work with the LCCS faculty and staff as we are given the chance to positively influence the lives of students both academically and spiritually. I always look forward to building relationships with students, parents, and staff."