Academics Day to Day at LCA

School Curriculum:
LCA's Director of Education, Robyn Crider, works closely with each teacher to develop the curriculum, materials, supplies and other items used in each classroom. LCA uses a variety of teaching styles and curriculum, relying heavily on Abeka and LifePAC. LCA's student to teacher ratio is very low, with a cap of 18 students per classroom. This enables our teachers to devote more time to each student and their individual learning styles and needs.
LCA does not participate in Common Core.
Please contact the Director of Education, Robyn Crider at 270-946-1316 for more information. 
Homeschool Students
 We understand the special challenges homeschool parents face as you strive to provide a quality education for
your precious children. LCA offers a unique way to help with these challenges. LCA offers our classes to
homeschool families on a class-by-class basis.  How does this work? LCA's class-by-class option lets you
pick single classes for your homeschooler, taught in our facility by our certified teachers. For example, if you
want help with teaching science to your 6th grader, you can enroll her/him for just that class and the
student can come to our school to receive that instruction. Maybe you don't want to tackle teaching math
to that 3rd grader who can't stand to think about her times tables; we can help! If you are interested in learning
more please contact us by phone or email, or better yet, stop by our school and take a tour of our classrooms!


LCA Store

LCA's  7th through 12th Grade students are responsible for the LCA Store
LCA students receive "LCA Bucks" as part of our school-wide PBIS system. Students can redeem their earned bucks in the LCA store for items they want OR they can open a "savings account". LCA's High School students operate the student's school "Bank". This allows students to learn about opening a bank account, saving money and money management. Our goal is to train students to be smart with their resources and learn to manage funds wisely.  Parents and anyone else who would like to donate items for the LCA store can contact Stacy Gant at 270-946-1316.
Sports Activities
LCA's P.E. Teacher works with students on the fundamentals of sports and sportsman-like conduct and engages students in daily physical activities. LCA will offer archery and clay pigeon shooting sports in the fall of 2022.
After School Clubs
LCA offers after school clubs each day.  This semester's offerings are Lego Club,
Baking and Cooking, Newspaper and Yearbook, Board Games and Sign Language.