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 the 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 students 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 students 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 the 2023-24 school year, our scripture passage is Romans 12:2, “Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God's will is - His good, pleasing and perfect will.”
We ask for your continued prayers and support, and we invite you to join us as we articulate to a lost world the hope and salvation found only in Jesus Christ!
Dr. Scott Wells
2023-24 verse of the year
Download a PDF of the 2023-24 Verse of the Year here.
Board of Directors
The Board of Directors is the policy-making leadership of the school, entrusted with furthering the school's mission. To that end, the Board creates and implements written policies, ensures financial strength, and supports and evaluates the Head of School. Email the Board here.
LCA Board meetings include a “Public Input Period," which is scheduled to occur as the first agenda item. If you would like to speak at a Board meeting, please submit the LCA Board Parent Input Form here.
Brooke Otto, Chair
Sid Lisanby, Vice Chair & Long Range Planning Chair
Mandy Ebel, Secretary
Greg Shewmaker, Treasurer & Finance Chair
Dave Messner, Nominating Chair
Jason Miller, Personnel Chair
Allan Watts, Facilities Chair
Dusty Bonner, Athletics Chair
Tyler Johnson, Board Member
Brett Setzer, Board Member
Henry Thomas, Board Member
Ashley Gish, Board Member
The athletic committee strives to promote a variety of sports programs across grade levels in compliance with regulatory guidelines and in harmony with LCA's primary mission to glorify Christ in educational ministry. The committee is also responsible for developing policies with respect to participation of athletes.
Click here to express interest in serving on the Athletics Committee.
The facilities committee works with the administrative leadership to plan for the physical space requirements of our educators and students, whether in academic or co-curricular endeavors. The committee helps determine the most efficient stewardship of both the Rose and Immanuel campuses.
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The finance committee provides expert guidance with respect to treasury, risk management, internal controls, budgeting & financial reporting, and the annual audit. The committee also gives direction with respect to tuition assistance, legal and other compliance matters.
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The long range planning committee helps facilitate efforts across all functional areas to prepare the school's strategic plan, works closely with the administration to craft the related long-term financial model, and monitors & evaluates progress toward reaching strategic goals.
Click here to express interest in serving on the Long Range Planning Committee.
The personnel committee develops policies respecting all human resource matters including compensation, benefits, professional development, contracts, discipline, and evaluations. The committee consists of Board members to ensure employee issues are dealt with sensitively and privately.
The nominating committee consists of directors committed to working with the various committees to identify and develop prospective Board members, evaluating potential candidates, and providing appropriate governance training and orientation.
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View archived LCA Board Meeting Minutes here.
Lexington Christian Academy has met the criteria for educational quality established by the Cognia Global Commission and is hereby presented this Certificate of Accreditation by the North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement, the Northwest Accreditation Commission, and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Council on Accreditation and School Improvement.