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6th-8th Grade Students Lead Chapel Program

September 17, 2021
By Lexington Christian Academy

The 6th Grade Academy and Junior High has more than 60 students serving on Team Chapel this year! They are dedicated to serving with excellence on the Media Team, Welcome Team, Praise & Worship Team, Community Service Team, and Prayer Team. Read More Here

Two LCA Seniors Named as National Merit Finalists

September 15, 2021
By Lexington Christian Academy

Today officials of National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) announced the names of approximately 16,000 Semifinalists in the 67th annual National Merit Scholarship Program, including two from LCA. Seniors, Tia Alchureiqi and Logan Beck are among the academically talented high school seniors who have an opportunity to continue in the competition for some 7,600 National Merit Scholarships worth more than $30 million that will be offered next spring. Read More Here

Milo Golding Receives Recognition

September 08, 2021
By Lexington Christian Academy

Congratulations to Milo Golding, LCA senior, on being selected for the College Board National African American Recognition Program. Milo earned this recognition because of his remarkable academic achievements and outstanding performance on the PSAT and AP exams. As a recipient, the College Board will highlight his achievement to more than 1,500 colleges.

Milo Golding is the Doodle for Google National Winner

June 14, 2021
By Lexington Christian Academy

LCA rising senior Milo Golding has been named the winner of the 2021 Doodle for Google competition. After making it through the initial round, which was facilitated by a panel of judges, a public voting stage took place which advanced him to the finals. Google executives then selected Milo as the winner. As the winner, Milo receives a $30,000 college scholarship! Read More Here

Milo Golding Voted into National Finals for Doodle for Google Contest

May 24, 2021
By Lexington Christian Academy

LCA rising senior, and Doodle for Google Kentucky State Winner Milo Golding is moving on to the National Finals where he’ll join state and U.S. territory winners from Arizona, Oregon, Rhode Island, and Puerto Rico. Read More Here

LCA Class of 2021 Co-Valedictorians and Salutatorian Named

May 17, 2021
By Lexington Christian Academy

Congratulations to Leah Massa and Brady Wortz, who were named the Class of 2021 Co-Valedictorians and to Reese Lycan, who was named the Class of 2021 Salutatorian. The students learned the news by being surprised on Thursday, May 14th by Dr. Cassondra Koett, LCA High School Principal, along with the LCA College Counselors, Heather Riley and Joshua Palmer. Read More Here

Luke Shannon Receives White Greer & Maggard Scholarship

May 11, 2021
By Lexington Christian Academy

Luke Shannon, an LCA 4th grader, was recently recognized as a recipient of a White Greer & Maggard Orthodontics Scholarship. Read More Here

Milo Golding, LCA Junior, Named Doodle for Google Kentucky State Winner

May 09, 2021
By Lexington Christian Academy

LCA junior Milo Golding received a surprise visit at his family’s home this past Saturday from Google’s “Doodle for Google” team informing him that his doodle had been selected as the winning submission for Kentucky. Golding’s entry was one of thousands received by Google from across the country and U.S. territories. Milo will represent Kentucky in the final stages of the competition. You can vote from May 10-14 here (Milo is in the Grades 10-12 category) to help him advance to the national competition. Read More Here

LCA Students Recognized in AATF's National French Contest

May 07, 2021
By Lexington Christian Academy

Students in Mrs. Alyse Treesh's junior high and high school French classes recently participated in the French contest, Le Grand Concours. This is an annual competition sponsored by the American Association of Teachers of French, where the students take a written test and compete against students with similar educational backgrounds for prizes. 

Hadley Whipple, LCA junior, received the Silver Award, which is awarded to those who score in the 90th percentile. She placed 4th in the AATF Kentucky Chapter and will receive a $25 Amazon gift card from AATF-KY and a silver medal from AATF national.

Juniors Sophie Antle and Hayden Burt, sophomore Reagan Wombles, and 8th graders Katie Roth and Sophia Smith received an mentionne d'honneur (honorable mention) for scoring in the 50th-70th percentile. They will each receive a $10 Amazon gift card from AATF-KY and a certificate from AATF National. 

Congratulations to these students on a job well done!

LCA Senior, Stephen Davis, Receives Scholarship Award

May 04, 2021
By Lexington Christian Academy

Congratulations to LCA senior, Stephen Davis who was awarded the Ohio Dance Masters College Scholarship Award of $1,500! Ohio Dance Masters is a professional, certified membership organization of artists and educators committed to the elevation of the art of dance and to provide innovative artistic experiences for the advancement of dance worldwide.

Stephen represented ODM at the 2019 National Dance Masters of America competition in Atlanta and won 1st Runner-Up nationally.

He will be attending Point Park University, one of the top-10 dance universities in the country, as a dance major.

Students Volunteer with Christian Appalachian Project to Help Flood Victims

April 23, 2021
By Lexington Christian Academy

LCA high school students in the Chick-fil-A Leader Academy recently held a clothing drive for those residents in eastern Kentucky who were affected by the devastating flooding. The students along with LCA parent and staff chaperones also spent a Saturday in Rockcastle County volunteering with Christian Appalachian Project to help restore flood damaged homes. Read More Here

LCA Students Selected for GSP and GSA

April 19, 2021
By Lexington Christian Academy

Lexington Christian Academy is proud to announce that five juniors have been selected to attend the Governor’s Scholars Program, and two have been selected to attend the Governor’s School for the Arts this summer. Congratulations to the following: 

Governor's Scholars Program: Tia Alchureiqi; Logan Beck; Milo Golding; Jack Roth; and Hadley Whipple

Governor's School for the Arts: Josie Jaeger (musical theatre) and Hadley Whipple (vocal music)

"Congratulations to this extraordinary group of young people on being named Governor’s Scholar and Governor’s School of Arts participants. These students are leaders among their peers, committed to their faith walk, and represent some of the finest scholars and artists in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. We are proud of your accomplishments and know you will represent your LCA family well. Well done, one and all," said Dr. Cassondra Koett, LCA High School Principal.

National Junior Honor Society Induction Ceremony Held

April 08, 2021
By Lexington Christian Academy

On March 19, 2021, forty-eight 7th grade students were inducted in to the National Junior Honor Society. Read More Here

LCA Students Participate in Walk for Warmth

February 25, 2021
By Lexington Christian Academy

Led by junior, Tia Alchureiqi, a group of LCA high school students participated in the 2021 Virtual Walk for Warmth to benefit the Lexington Rescue Mission. Even though this year's event was a virtual one, registrants were encouraged to complete a two-mile walk, which the students did at Shilito Park on February 24, 2021. Through registrations and a Facebook fundraiser, the students raised nearly $1,000 for this year's event!

Two LCA Seniors Named as National Merit Finalists

February 22, 2021
By Lexington Christian Academy

Seniors Joshua Lytle and Zachary Feller have been recognized as National Merit Finalists. The National Merit Scholarship program recognizes students who score well on the PSAT, and those who score in the top 1% are deemed semi-finalists. In February, there are about 15,000 semi-finalists who advance to become finalists. Merit Scholarships will be awarded to about 7,500 finalists between March and June. Congratulations to Joshua and Zachary on this wonderful accomplishment!

TK Students Put Together Care Packages

January 14, 2021
By Lexington Christian Academy

Some of our TK students spent time on Thursday, January 14 putting together care packages for the homeless. They had been studying about serving others as part of their literacy unit for the past two weeks and were very excited to help those in need. One of the students commented that putting together the bags "was like trick-or-treat except we're giving and not getting."

Chick-fil-A Leader Academy Holds Donation Drive for The Nest

January 07, 2021
By Lexington Christian Academy

The LCA High School Chick-fil-A Leader Academy collected items for The Nest - Center for Women, Children and Families for its December Do Good Donation Drive. Adam Kuhn, Family Assistance Counselor (pictured here) was very grateful for these donations. 

Chick-fil-A Leader Academy Holds Donation Drive for Veterans Center

December 22, 2020
By Lexington Christian Academy

High school students in the Chick-fil-A Leader Academy held a drop-off supply drive for the Thomson-Hood Veterans Center the week of December 14, 2020. LCA students and families responded by filling bins till they overflowed with items such as socks, t-shirts, sweatpants and snack items. Thank you to the students who organized this event and to everyone who donated. This was a wonderful way for LCA to show its love and support during the holiday season to these veterans. 

Junior High Celebrates Christmas with Virtual Program

December 15, 2020
By Lexington Christian Academy

The LCA Junior High is happy to spread more joy this season with its virtual Christmas program, "Lessons and Carols," featuring the LCA Junior High Chorus and our 7th grade drama students. A huge thank you to our amazing fine arts teacher, Mrs. Micha Gehring, for putting this together! View Video Here

Elementary Students Celebrate Christmas in Virtual Program

December 09, 2020
By Lexington Christian Academy

LCA Elementary Music Teacher, Mrs. Arianne Johnson, was determined that COVID-19 would not stop the students at our Immanuel Campus from having its annual Christmas program--even if it had to be a virtual one. Learn how she put together this year's virtual program, "The Joy of Christmas" and view the amazing video here.

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