Leadership

Among our unique strengths is the scope of opportunities for student leadership and initiative—and for students of all ages to mentor and learn from each other.

  • Elementary school students learn biblical character, and to be leaders by example who make good choices.

 

  • Middle school students are challenged to a high standard of behavior by our successful Honor Level program; and given opportunities to lead through mentor groups, Associated Student Body [ASB], National Junior Honor Society, athletics, arts, and worship.

 

  • High school students are encouraged to thoroughly apply their leadership abilities—through ASB, National Honor Society, Rotary Interact, and Student Leadership Institute [SLi]; and/or as leaders in athletics, academics, arts, outreach, or their own initiatives.
“Students here have an amazing variety of opportunities to be involved, lead, and grow.” —LCA Student