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Report Absent/Tardy Students

Preschool-2nd

(859) 422-5705
Office Email

3rd-5th

(859) 422-5704
Office Email

6th-8th

(859) 422-5703
Office Email

9th-12th

(859) 422-5701
Office Email

GENERAL INFORMATION

Main LCA Number
859-422-5700

PS-2nd Office
859-422-5705

3rd-5th Office
859-422-5704

6th-8th Office
859-422-5702

High School Office 
859-422-5701

Athletics Office
859-422-5730

Student Billing
hproffitt@lexingtonchristian.org

Immanuel Campus Nurse (PS-5th)
lwhitaker@lexingtonchristian.org

Rose Campus Nurse (6th-12th)
ngehring@lexingtonchristian.org

Contact

TK-5th: Amanda Curry | acurry@lexingtonchristian.org

6th-12th: Misty Bard | mbard@lexingtonchristian.org

Lunch and adding funds to an eagle account

Lunches are ordered via the FACTS Family portal or the LCA app. They can be ordered daily or for an entire week at a time. Click here for step-by-step instructions to order lunch via the FACTS Family portal or the app and to also add funds to an Eagle Account. 

All lunch orders must be entered by 8:00 a.m. (IBC Campus) and 8:30 a.m. (Rose Campus). Any order placed after the designated time will receive a brown bag "emergency" lunch, and your incidental account will be charged the hot lunch price ($5.25 at IBC and $6.25 at Rose). 

If you ordered a lunch and your student will be absent that day, you must call the office by 8:30 a.m. to cancel your order. Orders cannot be canceled after 8:30 a.m., 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 Family and pay the invoice with an alternative method of payment.


Grab 'n go

During lunch, students at the Rose Campus have access to a kiosk, "Grab 'n Go," which sells beverages, lunch items and snacks. Students can purchase items from Grab 'n Go by using their Eagle Card. 

Grab 'n Go Items for 2023-24 School Year

IMMANUEL CAMPUS
 

PRESCHOOL
8:00 a.m. - 11:15 a.m.: Half-Day
8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.: Full-Day
3:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.: After Care

ELEMENTARY
8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. TK-5th Grade School Day
3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.: After Care

ROSE CAMPUS
 

6TH GRADE ACADEMY & JUNIOR HIGH
7:40 a.m. - 8:20 a.m.: Drop-Off
8:20 a.m. - 3:20 p.m. 6th-8th Grade School Day
3:20 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.: Pick-Up

HIGH SCHOOL
7:30 a.m. - 8:20 a.m.: Drop-Off
8:20 a.m. - 3:20 p.m. High School Day
3:20 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.: Pick-Up

CENTRAL BUSINESS OFFICE
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Accreditation - Accreditation is the recognition from an accrediting agency that an institution maintains a certain level of educational standards.

Ace - The name of the LCA eagle mascot.

ACE Schedule - For 6th-12th grade, the ACE schedule is an alternate school schedule used for special activities, clubs, and/or enrichments.

ACSI (Association of Christian Schools International) - Accreditation with ACSI involves a vigorous, holistic process of organizational appraisal and improvement that engages every school constituent. Every step in the ACSI accreditation process is designed to drive improvement in Christian schools around the world.

Annual Fund - The Annual Fund is an essential component of our fundraising efforts at Lexington Christian Academy. Tuition alone does not fund all that makes LCA the extraordinary place that it is. The Annual Fund helps bridge the gap between tuition and the full cost of educating each student.

Auxiliary (Aux) Gym - The auxiliary gym, located at the Rose Campus, serves as the primary gymnasium for physical education instruction for the 6th Grade Academy. In addition, it is the school's secondary gym for athletic programs.

Baccalaureate - A special ceremony held the Sunday before graduation to celebrate the senior class.

Board - The Board of Directors is the policy-making leadership of the school, entrusted with furthering the school's mission.  

Business Partners - LCA's business partnership program provides businesses with opportunities to financially support the school and connect with our families. The program includes providing access to premium signage around our campus as well as digital marketing and event sponsorships.

Canvas - Canvas is a learning management system. It is a focused learning management system designed to connect educators to students. Canvas allows educators to organize and share information including: class notes, assignments, announcements, and grades.

Celebrate Teachers & Staff - This program is an intentional appeal to fund and provide our teachers and support staff with a Christmas bonus.

CBO - CBO is the acronym for the school's Central Business Office located at the Rose Campus.

Cognia - Cognia works with school systems, both public and private, across the globe to assess the quality of their institutions. Based on rigorous research-based standards and evidence-based criteria, the accreditation process probes the whole institution-from policies to learning conditions and cultural context-to determine how well the parts work together to meet the needs of every learner.

Convocation - A special prayer event held each August where senior parents, teachers and staff pray over the members of the senior class.

DanceBlue - A fundraising effort led by our high school students. Funds are raised throughout the school year at different events and then culminates in a no sleeping dancing mini-marathon. The final amount raised is announced at the end of the night.

Eagle Cards/Account - The Eagle Card is a student ID that can be used to purchase items from the Wings Store, Grab n' Go, and Concessions. Funds must be added to the student's account via FACTS Family.

Eagle Gala - The gala is the culminating event to celebrate the conclusion of the school’s annual fund campaign.

Extended Care - LCA offers extended care to students in preschool - 5th grade, which is designed to provide students with a safe and enriching atmosphere when they are not attending class.  After care is 3:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Activities include enrichment, homework help, outside play, and an afternoon snack.

FACTS Family - LCA uses FACTS Family as its School Information System to store demographic, grade, assignment, conduct and directory data. It is also used to process payments for tuition and fees.

Feathers' Closet - This is a kiosk located at our IBC Campus outside of the 3rd-5th grade office. The kiosk carries a limited inventory of LCA logo apparel and items such as hairbows, backpacks, hats, and water bottles. 

Grab 'N Go - During lunch, students at the Rose Campus have access to a kiosk, "Grab 'n Go," which sells beverages, lunch items and snacks. Students can purchase items from Grab 'n Go by using their Eagle Card.

IBC Campus - IBC is the acronym for the campus housed at Immanuel Baptist Church, located at 3100 Tates Creek Road, Lexington, KY 40502. This campus houses our preschool - 5th grades.

Ignite - Ignite is our new, revamped program of co-curricular activities for our elementary students in 2nd - 5th grades that was launched during the 2023-24 school year.

Junior/Senior Prom - LCA's annual formal social event held in the spring for the school's juniors and seniors.

Main Gym - The primary or "home" gym at the Rose Campus is referred to as the "main gym." It houses 7th-9th grade PE classes, pep rallies, and varsity sporting events.

Media Center - The library housed at the Rose Campus is referred to as the "Media Center." It serves students 6th-12th grade.

Media Center Conference Room - The conference room associated with the Media Center is Room 207 of the Rose Campus.

Mezzanine - The mezzanine is a space which overlooks both of the gymnasiums housed at the Rose Campus. This space can be used for classroom activities, meetings and special events.

Parents in Prayer - This is a group of parents who meet weekly to pray for the school. Meetings are held at both campuses. Schedules and locations are posted at the start of the school year.

Parent Teacher Fellowship (PTF) - The PTF is a parent-led organization offering all LCA parents and teachers many opportunities to connect with the school and build relationships through service and special events.

RaiseRight (formerly known as the Eagle Tuition Incentive Program or E-TIP) -  is a tuition credit initiative designed to lower the cost of attending LCA. With E-TIP, your family does your regular shopping using gift certificates from America’s leading retailers (e.g., Meijer, Target, Speedway, OfficeMax, Wal-Mart) as well as some of our local vendors. With each purchase, your family earns discounts that can be converted to tuition credit for your children.

Rose Campus - Located at 450 West Reynolds Road, Lexington KY 40503, this campus houses our 6th-12th grades and athletics facilities. It is named after Jim and Judy Rose, who are grandparents to seven LCA alums. When their grandchildren were young, Jim became involved with our school. He worked closely with our school leaders to help overhaul the R.J. Reynolds Tobacco stemming plant, which is where our LCA Reynolds Road (Rose) Campus now stands. He was instrumental in helping connect our school with contractors in the region to oversee various tasks related to the project. We are very thankful to Mr. Rose for his dedication and commitment to helping the Rose campus be here today.

Senior Night - Senior athletes are recognized during each of the sports seasons.

Spirit Wear - LCA apparel designed to show your school spirit. Every Friday, spirit apparel can be worn to school. See the specific campus dress code for additional details.

Spirit Week - Takes place the week leading up to the Friday night homecoming game. Each campus plans different dress themed days and other fun activities.

Tailgating - A Friday night tradition at the varsity home football games, where LCA families come together to enjoy food and fellowship while tailgating in the athletics parking area.

Trunk or Treat - An annual event held each October prior to a home football game filled with decorated car trunks, costumes and lots of candy.

Wingspan - This is the school's e-newsletter that is sent to LCA families each Thursday during the school year, except during the holidays.

WINGS Store - WINGS is the official LCA store for purchasing everyday LCA wear and Friday Spirit wear.  WINGS carries LCA logo apparel and accessories such as polos, hoodies, sweatshirt, backpacks, duffel bags, hairbows, PE uniforms, locker decorations, and  locker magnets. The store is located at the Rose Campus (450 Reynolds Rd., Lexington, KY 40503) by the gym entrance.

5th Grade Day of Celebration - A special ceremony held in May to celebrate our 5th grade students as they leave the IBC Campus and prepare to enter the 6th Grade Academy.

8th Grade Day of Blessing - A special ceremony held in May to celebrate our 8th grade students as they leave junior high and prepare to enter high school. 

Please note, information about the the 2023-24 Student/Parent Handbooks will be posted here when available. 


Each year, as we prepare for the start of school, we ask our families to review and complete the Annual Verification Process which includes:

(1) For all students:
a. Current STUDENT HANDBOOK ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
b. FAMILY DEMOGRAPHIC FORM
    • Student Demographic Form
    • Student Medical Form
    • Custodial Parent Form
    • Emergency Contact Form
    • Transportation Form
    • Grandparents Form
c. STUDENT T-SHIRT AND TUITION INFORMATION FORM
    • Student's current t-shirt size
    • Tuition Refund Insurance Information
    • "Round Up for Education"
d. COVID-19 WAIVER

(2) In addition, preschool families are asked to complete the Travel By Foot Policy

(3) For high school families, they are also asked to complete:
a. College Counseling Records Release Form
b. High School Diploma Verification Form
c. SSN Authorization for KEES Award
d. Student Driver Information Form

And finally, there is also a space for families to submit their updated immunization and/or physical exam record information. This is especially pertinent to families whose students are enrolled in preschool, transitional kindergarten/kindergarten, 6th grade & 10th grade who have not submitted their children’s update records.

Families can access the Annual Verification Form and its supporting documents by logging into FACTS Family.  As a reminder, our district code is LX-KY.  Once you log into the system, select SCHOOL, WEB FORMS, and then the current year ANNUAL VERIFICATION.  

COMPLETION OF THE ANNUAL VERIFICATION PROCESS IS DUE BY THE LAST FRIDAY IN JULY.

Our preschool and elementary campus will publish homeroom teacher assignments in early August. Our Sixth Grade Academy, Junior High, and High School will publish class schedules in early August. 

Families must complete the Annual Verification Process to be eligible to receive their students' homeroom assignments and class schedules.

If you have questions or encounter problems with the Annual Verification Process, please email our Admissions Department at admissions@lexingtonchristian.org.

 

 

 

 

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 library@lexingstonchristian.org

LINKS

LCA Library Catalog
Search for books and other resources available in the Rose Campus Media Center.
Lexington Public Library
Search for books and resources available through the Lexington Public Library.
Digital Theater Plus
Drama & concert database *
Gale Student Research Center
Informational database *
JStor
Informational database *
Opposing Viewpoints in Context
Presents both sides of current and historical issues *
Today's Science
Up-to-date articles on the latest in science and discoveries *
American History
Historical information, including primary sources, about the United States *
World News Digest
Up-to-date information on the world today *
Research in Context
Easy to use basic research on a variety of subjects *
The World Almanac for Kids
Best for grades 3-8 *
*check Converge for password information

general forms

Please make sure your medical forms are up to date and that we have a current copy of your student's immunization record. Links to medical forms can be found below. 

Kentucky Immunization Form  
Kentucky Physical Form  
Kentucky Eye Exam Form  
Kentucky Dental Screening Form  
Allergy Action Plan  
Asthma Action Plan 
Diabetes Plan  
Prescribed Medication Form 
Migraine Action Plan  
Seizure Action Plan

  • Immunization Record: All LCA students must have a current Kentucky immunization Certificate on file with their campus offices by the first day of school, August 16, 2023. 
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  • Kentucky Physical Examination Record: All NEW students plus all 6th grade students must have a current Kentucky Physical Exam record on file by the first day of school.

  • Kentucky Eye Examination: All preschool - 1st grade students must submit a Kentucky Eye Exam by January 1, 2024.
     
  • Kentucky Dental Examination: All preschool - 1st grade students must submit a Kentucky Dental Exam by January 1, 2024 (completed by a licensed dentist or dental hygienist)
     

COMMUNICATIONS - WAYS TO STAY INFORMED

LCA Website - Our website, www.lexingtonchristian.org is full of information, from athletic events to school news. Campus level information can be found by going to the Current Parent Resources webpage.

Wingspan - Weekly Newsletter - LCA's weekly newsletter, Wingspan, is sent each Thursday afternoon. This will give you important information about items such as upcoming events and important deadlines. If you do not receive the newsletter, please email lcollins@lexingtonchristian.org, so you can be added to the list.

Thursday Folders - Students in preschool - 5th grade will bring home a folder each Thursday filled with important information from the week. Be sure to check this folder each Thursday night and return it on Friday. 

Weekly E-newsletters from Teachers (PS-5th Grade) - Each week our preschool through 5th grade teachers will provide their families with an e-newsletter, which will highlight the next week's content, reminders, and highlight of upcoming events.

Official School Emails - Email updates - LCA is reliant upon email to convey information to its families. Please make sure your email address is on file and accurate. Contact the admissions office with any changes.

Parent/Teacher Conferences - Conferences are scheduled in October to provide families with an opportunity to receive an evaluation of student progress. Additional conferences may be scheduled at the request of the parent, guardian, or teacher.

Text Alerts - Periodically the school will use its text alert system to provide families with an immediate news notification such as when we will have an inclement weather. Please make sure your cell phone is on file and accurate. Contact the Admissions Office with any changes.
 

 

 

FACTS SIS is our school management software that facilitates communication. View the PDF here.

With FACTS Family you are able to:

  1. Keep current with your student's grades, homework, behavior, and attendance
  2. Find contact information for other students, families, faculty, and staff
  3. Keep your personal information updated (so we can keep in touch with you!) 

    Instructions for Accessing FACTS Family 
    In order to access FACTS Family, the admissions department must have your current email address on file. Parents can contact Julie Guilliams at jguilliams@lexingtonchristian.org to confirm your email.

Step 1 - Go to www.lexingtonchristian.org (click on the 3 stacked lines at the top right)

Step 2 - Click on "FACTS Family"

Step 3 - Enter LCA's district code, which is "LX-KY"

Step 4 - Your username is the email used when you completed your admission information. Your password was created when you first logged in. If you need help, contact Julie Guilliams at jguilliams@lexingtonchristian.org. (Note: To create a new account, click "Create New Family Portal Account" on the log-in page.)

Step 5 - Use left-hand navigation for School, Student, Family Information, and FACTS.

Families can also access their FACTS Family account via the FACTS Family APP. The app is available for Apple and Android devices and provides families with easy access to students' calendars, grades, announcements, newsletters, attendance, and much more ... 

LCA uses Canvas as its learning management system. It is a focused learning management system designed to connect educators to students. Canvas allows educators to organize and share information including: class notes, assignments, announcements, and grades. Students and parents can access this system via an online portal as well as a mobile app. Parents must request Observer access to their student's Canvas account from the appropriate campus office. Learn more by watching this video

LCA uses social media sites to help keep families informed about upcoming events and other campus news. We encourage you to follow us on:

Facebook - @LexingtonChristianAcademy

Instagram - @lca_ky_eagles

Twitter - @LCAKYEagles 

If you have questions or concerns about your student or what is happening in the classroom, you are encouraged to email the teacher. You can find all email addresses listed in the LCA Staff and Teacher Directory here

PS-5TH GRADE SPECIFIC FORMS & INFORMATION

The office must be notified at least two weeks prior to any planned absences (2+ days). *All school work should be collected by the student before he/she leaves. However, if any additional days are missed beyond what was expected, please email your student's teachers to let them know. Please be sure to read the LCA Attendance Policy and Makeup Work information below before submitting the Extended Absence form.

LCA Attendance Policy
• Any pattern of absences which totals more than 15 days of instructional time or 15 missed class periods in one subject area per semester is cause for serious concern and may lead to a repeating of the grade, repeating of the class, or a loss of academic credit. Records of attendance shall be kept for each student.
• When the student has accumulated 10 absences in a semester, the campus principal will contact the parents or guardians and may require a meeting with them and the student to discuss the situation and possible impacts on the student’s academic standing. 
• When the student accumulates 15 absences in a semester, the parents or guardians will again be notified. At this point the student may fail those classes in which the 15 absences have occurred as outlined in our accreditation standards.

Makeup Work
• Students are responsible for seeking all assignments by contacting the teachers or through online postings. Students may make up work missed during an excused absence for full credit.
• Students will have one day to make up work for every day they were absent. 
• Announced tests for which students had adequate time or prior notice to study shall be made up on the day immediately following the absence unless determined otherwise by the teacher or campus principal. The home and school should work together to honor the student’s good faith effort to attend school following an illness by scheduling make-up tests in a manner that allows academic success. 
• Students will receive a 0 for assignments not completed. 
 

Extended Absence Form - Elementary

 

 

 

Carline and maps will be emailed to parents prior to the start of the school year.

The supply lists for 2024-25 will be updated here when available. 

6th-8th grade specific forms & information

The office must be notified at least two weeks prior to any planned absences (2 or more days). 

One day absences may be reported by contacting the school office at 859-422-5703. 

extended absence form

Please complete this form to ensure your item is located.

6th Grade Academy
Please see the map here. Parents should enter the LCA Rose Campus from West Reynolds Road and proceed to the 6th Grade Academy Entrance.

Junior High 
Please see the map here. Parents should enter the LCA Rose Campus from Keithshire Way and proceed to the Junior High Drop-Off area.

Click here for the criteria in order to progress to the next English class in grades 6-8 at Lexington Christian Academy. Students must meet all the criteria in order to advance to the next level.

Click here for the criteria in order to progress within each match track in grades 6-8 at Lexington Christian Academy. Students must meet all the criteria in order to advance to the next level.

9th-12th grade specific forms & information

The office must be notified at least five days prior to any planned absences (2 or more days).

The Pre-Excused Absence Form is available online through your FACTS Family account. Login to your parent account and click to School > Web Forms > High School Student Forms to complete and submit.

One day absences should be reported by contacting the school office at 859-422-5701 or emailing Liz Smith at esmith@lexingtonchristian.org

The following documents can be requested by using the form link below:

  • Attendance Report
    Car Insurance Discount Form
    Enrollment Verification
    Most Recent Report Card
    Unofficial Test Score Report
    Unofficial Transcript
     
  • Seniors must request official transcripts for college admissions in their Naviance Student account.
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  • Other Forms (email info to jguilliams@lexingtonchristian.org)

 

document request form

Click here to complete the School Compliance Verification: KRS 159.051 form.

Beta Club and the National Honor Society uses the MobileServe app to sign up and track service hours. For more information about how to set up an account, click here.

LCA students who wish to bring a guest from another school to a school dance must request and be approved prior to the event by completing the Dance Guest Form

Please see the map here. Parents should enter the LCA Rose Campus from Keithshire Way and proceed to the High School Drop-Off area. Student drivers should also enter from Keithshire Way and park in the designated parking lots. Student drivers are required to obtain an LCA parking tag from the High School Office. Tags can be picked up prior to or on the first day of school.

RAISE RIGHT - EARN FOR TUITION

RaiseRight (formerly the Eagle Tuition Incentive Program known as “E-TIP”) is a program set up for families to accumulate credit toward their tuition obligation at LCA. Families purchase prepaid gift cards from local and national retailers. These cards are just like cash. In appreciation for your patronage, these businesses provide discounts between 1.25% and 50% of the face value of the gift card. Find additional information at the links below.

RaiseRight Overview

Frequently Asked Questions

RaiseRight Agreement

RaiseRight Release Form

RaiseRight Local Retailers

RaiseRight Website

Questions? Contact Helen Proffitt at hproffitt@lexingtonchristian.org

IMPORTANT CONTACTS

Main LCA Number
859-422-5700

PS-2nd Office
859-422-5705

3rd-5th Office
859-422-5704

6th-8th Office
859-422-5702

High School Office 
859-422-5701

Athletics Office
859-422-5730

Student Billing
859-422-5729

Immanuel Campus Nurse (PS-5th)
859-422-5714

Rose Campus Nurse (6th-12th)
859-422-5711