Welcome from our Head of School
Welcome to Lexington Christian Academy! We are glad you are interested in learning more about our amazing school and trust you will easily find the information you seek. We know there are many educational choices available to parents today with a wide variety of emphases, from academics to co-curricular activities like athletics and arts. While we certainly excel in those areas, they are secondary to our primary mission to equip and nurture students to fulfill God's calling on their lives through Christ-centered education. That is our standard, and we actively seek students, parents and employees longing to be a part of this faith-based family.
Training children to become well-adjusted, responsible young adults is more challenging today than ever, and requires an integrated collaboration between the home, the church and the school. As King Solomon wrote, “a chord of three strands is not easily broken,” and that strength in unity lets our kids weather the storms of an increasingly hostile culture. We pray that those seeking Christ-centered instruction to meet their family educational needs will reach out to explore those possibilities with us.
For this school year, our scripture passage will be Philippians 4:6-7, "Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus." I invite you to join me in praying this prayer throughout our 2020-21 school year.
Dr. Scott Wells
Our mission is to equip and nurture students to fulfill God’s calling on their lives through Christ-centered education.
Our vision is pursuing a world-class Christ-centered education.
True education must be built on, centered in and continually judged by Christ and the Scriptures.
The Bible must serve as the basis upon which every course and every activity in the school is evaluated. The school’s worldview—basic beliefs, assumptions, values, priorities, and biases - must be firmly established upon the principles of God’s Word.
Bible instruction is integrated with every aspect of the student’s educational experience.
In addition to attending daily Bible classes, LCA students encounter God’s truth. The Bible is the framework for character, attitude, and value development.
Parents are the first—and most important—teachers.
One of the principal needs of children is instruction. The Bible emphasizes the important role that parents play in providing that instruction. While others may teach, fathers and mothers have the prime responsibility. The partnership between the home and school establishes a strong foundation for the student’s success.
There is a commitment to excellence and innovation throughout our educational program offerings that maximally prepares our students for college and life.
LCA School System's curricular and instructional decisions are supported by research and reflective of best practices.
Students should have a wide range of educational opportunities available to them.
LCA believes that no student should have to take an academic penalty to receive a Christian education. As a result, LCA has made a long-term financial commitment to provide a full range of educational opportunities to its student body.