Lexington Christian Academy exists to prepare students to impact the culture for Christ. Biblical truth is at the heart of who we are and what we do every day. Our prayer is to help each student grow in their walk with Christ as they study, understand and obey God’s word and develop a Christian world and life view. LCA students develop a connection between the academic and the spiritual from reading simple Bible stories in preschool and elementary years to rich, deep study and engaged dialogue at the junior high and high school level. Our program allows each child to grow in their knowledge and understanding of God and His deep love for each of them through Christ.
At every grade level, students participate in community service projects, from purchasing gifts for "Angel Tree" children, serving meals with the Kentucky Food Ministry, volunteering with the Toyota Bluegrass Miracle Baseball League, collecting toys for Toys 4 Tots, raising thousands of dollars for Dance Blue for pediatric cancer patients, and much more. Students experience the joy of making a difference. Older students have many opportunities to serve on missions regionally and internationally providing them a glimpse into how they can impact the world.
Parents in Prayer
The purpose of Parents in Prayer is to encourage and facilitate prayers of parents and grandparents of LCA students for the entire LCA community. We do this by holding informal prayer times at the beginning of school on Mondays – Thursdays and including prayer requests in each edition of Wingspan, the school's weekly e-newsletter. We also look for other opportunities throughout the school year to encourage and facilitate prayer such as at Donuts with Dads and Muffins with Moms. Join us! If you are interested in learning more about Parents in Prayer click here.