We believe the Word of God should be a fundamental part of a student’s education. It augments the study of English, history, geography, and science. Deuteronomy 8:3 says “Man does not live on bread alone, but on every word that comes from the mouth of the Lord.” Without knowledge of Biblical truth, a child cannot be considered fully educated. The Bible gives direction for this life and the only hope for the life to come. No other book can so enrich the minds and hearts of students as the Bible.
In addition to the moral and spiritual values resulting from Bible-based learning, specific knowledge of the Bible is one of the greatest educational assets anyone can possess. Students attend daily Bible Class in Kindergarten through 12th Grade. No other course offered at LCA affords greater opportunities for laying the foundation of Christian character.
At LCA we use A Beka Book curriculum for students Pre K – 12th grade.
A Beka Book
Over 40 years ago A Beka Book begins with the mission of providing Christian schools with high-quality textbooks and teaching aids to help each school fulfill its educational goals. The hundreds of traditional educational materials from A Beka Book have been developed and refined over a period of 50 years in the classroom of Pensacola Christian Academy, one of America’s largest and most respected Christian schools. As a result, throughout the nation, A Beka is recognized as the standard of excellence in the publishing of textbooks and other scholastic materials.
The A Beka Book approach to education keeps learning lively, interesting, and memorable. Our materials reflect sensible theory that is firmly anchored to practicality. Skilled researchers do primary research in every subject. Thus our publications are built upon a firm foundation of absolute truth and sound scholarship and are written by dedicated and talented scholars well grounded in the practical aspects of classroom teaching. For excellence in education, you can trust A Beka Book.
LCA currently offers girls’ volleyball and basketball, and boys’ basketball to its students. These programs are available to home-schooled and public school students in the area as well. Evaluations will be determined by the coach for each program. Students are expected to uphold the disciplines of the program, as well as, their academics. Students on academic warning or probation will not be able to participate in the program. Any further information regarding eligibility and program requirements will be set forth in your sports material. All authorization and waiver forms must be signed before a student participates.
Lake Christian Academy is proud to offer Archery to our students 4th – 12th grade. Through the disciplines learned in archery, students not only learn a valuable and fun sport, but also gain self-confidence, boost self-esteem, learn to be disciplined, gain better focus, and learn the value of life and how to treat others with that same value. Instructor Darrell Dixon, world-champion archer, hopes that by offering the students of LCA this opportunity of a lifetime it will hopefully bring about some of the next generation of expert archers and Olympic medalists.
Trap Shooting- Spring TBD
Academy Hours & Bus Schedule
We follow the academy calendar posted on our website. Our daily hours are Tuesdays through Fridays, 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Bus times for the 2023-2024 school year are the following:
7:15 a.m. – 7:25 a.m.: The Potter’s House, 2073 S Bus. Route 5, Camdenton
3:35 p.m – 3:45 p.m.: The Potter’s House, 2073 S. Bus. Route 5, Camdenton
Serving our Community
It is our desire to impact students and the surrounding communities of the lake area through service and activities. Some of the activities we participate in include:
- Annual Lake West Chamber Business Expo (Fall)
- Westlake Ministerial Alliance National Day of Prayer event (May)
- Meeting facilities for civic groups and other organizations
Academy prepared hot lunches are not available at this time. Please send nutritious lunch items with your child. Students also need to bring necessary items (silverware, napkins, etc.) with which to eat lunch. Microwaves and refrigerators are available to heat and cool lunches. Students are expected to exhibit good table manners.