High School Parent Resources
Continuous Enrollment: February 8-28
That's right! You only have to complete the Continuous Enrollment agreement this year between February 8-28. Then your child will be enrolled until they graduate, or you tell us your family is not returning to LCA. After February 28th, you will need to contact the Admissions Office (firstname.lastname@example.org) to determine if there is a spot available for your child(ren) for the 2021-22 school year. Visit the Continuous Enrollment webpage to learn more and to complete your agreement.
LCA has established the Ruth Coppler Outstanding Teacher Award, to be given annually to an LCA teacher in memory of Mrs. Ruth Coppler, who was a beloved elementary teacher at our school. This award is established as a tribute to her love for teaching and to recognize teachers who share and exemplify that love. For more info and to nominate a teacher, click here.
Georgetown College Hosting Webinar
Georgetown College is hosting a webinar for juniors, seniors and their families that explains the scholarship available to them through the Christian School Partnership and to provide more information about why Georgetown College may be a great fit for you, including the Christian Scholars Program, which provides wonderful opportunities for retreats, mission trips, and leadership. The webinar will be held March 4, 2021 at 7pm at this Zoom link.
We've created several Facebook profile photo frames to show your support for your senior.
- Go to your Facebook profile photo and click “Update”
- Click on “Add Frame”
- In the search box you can search for “Lexington Christian Academy," "Love My Senior," or "LCA Class of 2021."
- Click on the frame option you prefer
- Click on “Change Picture”
Upcoming Events & Important Dates
3/2: Asynchronous Instruction Day (Grades 6-12)
3/2: Juniors will take ACT (Last names A-K will test 8am-11:30am) (Last names L-Z will test 12:30pm-3:00pm)
3/29 - 4/2: Spring Break (No School/Offices Closed)
Track & Field Practices Begin
After a year of waiting, LCA Track & Field will start official practices on Monday, March 1st, 2021. Any student in grades 6-12 who wishes to compete on this year’s team is welcome. We will meet at 3:45pm on Monday, March 1st near the glass doors exiting out to the tennis courts near the auxiliary gym. If you have any questions about the program, please feel free to contact Coach Raymond Hayes at 859-705-9141 (phone or text) or through email at email@example.com. Thanks and GO EAGLES!
Mission Trip to Atlanta
Current 9th-12th grade students can now apply to go to Atlanta from May 24-31 to serve with 7 Bridges to Recovery. For all the details click here.
Study Abroad Trips Set for 2021-22
Registration is now open for these trips! Visit the Leadership and Educational Trips webpage for more info.
Purchase Your Yearbook
Thank you to all of you who have already reserved a copy of this year’s yearbook for your student. You can still order at YearbookOrderCenter.com (job number 14749). Contact Mrs. Iler at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Senior ads are on sale now! Leave a lasting word of encouragement or congratulations for your senior by purchasing an ad in the yearbook. You can find the order form on the Resources page of FACTS or click here.
Class of 2021
2020-21 High School Information
In January 2018, the Commonwealth of Kentucky changed the immunization requirements for students enrolled in both public and private schools, as well as day care centers. All students must have two doses of the Hepatitis A vaccine prior to the start of the 2018-2019 academic year or show evidence of having the shot series in progress. In addition, students must have the booster dose of the quadrivalent meningococal (MenACWY) vaccine at the age of 16 (previously the booster was required at age 18).
Parents must provide the school with a copy of the EPID-230 "Certificate of Immunization Status" (rev. 2017) showing that the student is CURRENT for all required immunizations. No other form of documentation can be accepted, including partial EPID-230 forms, old forms with the new shots handwritten on them or pharmacy receipts for vaccination. Students who are not in compliance with immunization requirements must be suspended from attending classes until their record is brought current and submitted to the school.
Medical Exemptions are now noted on the EPID-230 if students are unable to be vaccinated due to medical reasons. A separate doctor's letter is not required.
Parents may also file a Religious Declination form. This is the required form and no other documentation can be accepted. Be advised that the "Kentucky immunization regulation does not permit philosophical exemptions to immunizations. Kentucky only has medical or religious exemptions to immunizations."
An audit of the immunization documents will be conducted and students whose documentation is expired, incomplete or missing will have 14 days from the date of notification to be in compliance and avoid suspension.
If you have any questions regarding Kentucky's immunization requirements for school attendance, please visit the Kentucky Department of Education website or Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services website. A brief summary of the changes to the immunization requirements is available here or see the Kentucky Public Health "Amended Immunization Regulation (902 KAR 2:060) Answers to Frequently Asked Questions" for more details regarding the new regulations.
Contact - Kim DuFour at email@example.com.
- Lunches are ordered on ParentsWeb. They can be ordered daily or for an entire week at a time.
- All lunch orders must be entered in ParentsWeb by 8:30am. Any order places after 8:30am will receive a brown bag "emergency" lunch
- If you ordered a lunch and your student will be absent that day, you must call the office by 8:30am to cancel your order. Orders cannot be cancelled after 8:30am and you will be charged for that day's order.
- Lunch orders will be invoiced a week at a time on Friday for that week's orders. Once you receive the invoice, the charges will deduct from the account attached to your Incidentals Account in FACTS in 10 days. You can log into FACTS (via RenWeb) and pay the invoice with an alternative method of payment.
- Click here for the 2020-21 lunch information packet or here for a video.
- Grab-N-Go refers to an area in the lunch room that is set up to sell fruit, snacks, ice cream, salads, drinks and many other things.
- Students can purchase items at Grab-N-Go during their lunch period.
- All charges from Grab-N-Go will post immediately to the student's prepaid Eagle Card Account.
- Students must have funds available on their Eagle Card to make a purchase.
- Click here for the Grab-n-Go options.
Good Afternoon LCA Students and Families!
For those that don’t know, my name is Joshua Palmer and I am one of the College Counselors that work with Juniors and Seniors. I also serve as the faculty/staff Dance Blue representative. I help coordinate with the University of Kentucky’s Dance Blue Mini-Marathon Chair to help set up the fundraising that LCA participates in each year. This year, Dance Blue is going to look very different at LCA. With COVID and the restrictions that it requires, we will not be hosting a Mini-Marathon this year. Our goal is to fundraise (safely) and continue to support Dance Blue to the best of our abilities.
In years past, students have been selected, in an informal process, to act as “Class Representatives” and help coordinate our version of Dance Blue. That process was not formalized and it created some disparity between students who wanted to help but felt that they weren’t given an opportunity to serve. Starting this year, our Senior Dance Blue Chairs are developing an application that students can submit who wish to serve as a Dance Blue Class Representative. All students, even those who have participated in leadership roles for Dance Blue in past years, will be asked to apply this year. It is our goal to allow any student who wants to assume a leadership role to do so, and this fosters accountability and ownership for the event’s success. The goal of this change is to create stability and provide students the chance to take ownership of an outstanding event.
Parents have always played a pivotal role in LCA’s Dance Blue Marathon. While we still desire your support, at its core, Dance Blue is a student-run event. We want to empower our students to make decisions, lead, and coordinate this event. While parental support is important, we do not want this to be an event for parents.
I know a lot of this is very different from what might have been expected. My goal is to be transparent and answer questions to the best of my ability. We are hoping to have the application completed soon and be able to offer that out to the student body. As we continue to traverse these murky waters, I hope that you will pray for our students and their success. This year will look different from previous years, but I know our students can make it a success!
Seniors: Last Name K-Z
Juniors: Last Name K-Z
Lexington Christian Academy
The Rose Campus Media Center serves Lexington Christian Academy students in grades 6-12. The media center’s mission is to foster critical thinking by supporting faculty and students as they assess information and contemplate ideas from a wide array of sources, and to promote the evaluation of information and ideas from the perspective of a Biblical world and life view.
The media center staff provides students with training in research, help with information needs, and recommendations on good books.
Media Center Hours
Monday – Friday: 7:45 a.m. – 3:45 p.m.
The media center closes at 12pm on early dismissal days.
For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Search for books and other resources available in the Rose Campus Media Center.
Search for books and resourcers available through the Lexington Public Library.
Literature database *
Drama & concert database *
Informational database *
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Presents both sides of current and historical issues *
Up-to-date articles on the latest in science and discoveries *
Historical information, including primary sources, about the United States *
Up-to-date information on the world today *
Easy to use basic research on a variety of subjects *
Best for grades 3-8 *
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- Beta Club – Robyn Iler
- Chick-Fil-A Leader Academy – Avery Corliss
- Leadership Forum – HS Office Administration
- National Honor Society – Steven Small
- Mu Alpha Theta – Julie Guilliams
- STLP/Robotics – TBD
- KYA - Riley Perkins
- KUNA – Riley Perkins
- Band/Orchestra – Clark Cranfill
- French Club – Dr. Janna Fults
- Outdoor/Hiking Club – Jason Seamands
- Drama Club – Dr. Janna Fults
- Tri-M Music Honor Society -Daniel Wesley
Office Forms and Documents
In preparation for the arrival of our student body, we need all parents whose students are returning to in person learning to complete the form "Assumption of the Risk and Waiver and Release of Liability Relating to Coronavirus/COVID-19" no later than Tuesday evening, August 18, 11:59 p.m. This form is found in FACTS Family and can be accessed by doing the following:
Log into Facts Family Here: https://logins2.renweb.com/logins/ParentsWeb-Login.aspx. (District Code is LX-KY)
Under the School tab, click on "Web Forms."
Select the "Covid 19 Waiver Form" and complete it for each student in your family.
This form must be completed prior to your student returning to campus for the start of school.
Please complete the service hours form, including all required signatures, and submit to Mrs. Iler either via scan/email or hard copy.
Students who are ill or injured (e.g. flu, strep throat, surgery, etc...) and expect to miss several days of in-person instruction may request access Short-Term Synchronous Opt-In. This request will be reviewed and the parent/guardian submitter will be notified of approval/denial via email.
LCA does not require or expect students who are ill or injured at home to participate in synchronous learning, it is simply an option we are making available to those who may be recovering. When students are ill they need to rest and should do so without fear of missing class. Their teachers will work with them when they return to discuss make-up assignments.
Travel is NOT a valid reason to request Synchronous Opt-In. A student who is absent for travel will be marked Absent and must complete make-up work and assessments upon return.
Guidance and College Counseling
Naviance Student is LCA's college guidance software. It features robust college and scholarship search engines, manages the admission application processes for students, and handles transcript and recommendation requests.
Detailed listing of current Academic Resources, including student tutors, private tutors and on-campus support sources.
Currently enrolled students may request unofficial transcripts and other documents through the Document Request Form available in the Office Forms & Documents area above.
SENIORS must request official transcripts for college admissions in their Naviance Student account.
LCA Graduates may visit our Alumni page for information on ways to stay connected to classmates and the school, including class reunion plans.
Alumni and previously enrolled students may order official transcripts for college, graduate or professional school and prospective employers through Parchment, the nation's leading etranscript exchange. Click the graphic to create your account and order your transcript.
LCA does not keep copies of high school diplomas in our archives as they are not legal or academic documents, but are rather a certificate of completion presented as a gift to the graduate. Official certification of your completion of the high school course of study at LCA is made only through the official transcript, which notes your date of graduation.
Currently enrolled students may request unofficial transcripts and other documents through the Document Request Form available above.
SENIORS must request official transcripts for college admissions in their Naviance Student account.
- Use your unofficial transcript and this Course Request Worksheet to map out your courses before submitting in Online Course Requests.
- Seniors who are on track to graduate, including fulfillment of all elective requirements, may be permitted to leave school after 6th hour to begin their afterschool employment. Documentation of employment is required prior to approval of the Late Arrival/Work Release Request Form and students are required to sign out in the High School Office every day before leaving campus. Detentions will be issued if students do not sign out daily.
- Students who were not recommended for a desired course or did not meet the prerequisites may request a waiver into their desired course. Click here to download and print the Course Placement Waiver Form and submit it to your counselor for departmental consideration. A Waiver is not necessary if a student wants to change from a recommended Honors/AP course to a College Prep level course.
- Online Course Request process tutorial.
- Online Course Request and scheduling timeline
Rising seniors interested in completing a Business & Technology Internship application for Fall 2020 semester should click the link for details and a printable application. Applications must be submitted to the High School office between August 1st and 14th, 2020.
Due to COVID-19 health safety protocols, LCA will not be able to accommodate non-LCA students for the 2020 PSAT test administration. We apologize for the inconvenience and look forward to working with you in future years for this standardized testing.
High School Office - 859-422-5701
Dr. Cassondra Koett - High School Principal
Keith Galloway - Assistant Principal
Justan Borth - Spiritual Life Director
Rhiannon Owens - Academic Counselor
Joshua Palmer - College Counselor
Heather Riley - College Counselor
Julie Guilliams - Registrar
Eddie Hart - Campus Security
Stacey Holmes - Administrative Assistant
Staff & Faculty Contacts
Other Campus Parent Resource Pages
System Sign In Pages