At LCCDS, we believe the preschool through eighth grade model offers an ideal experience of discovery and growth. It gives students an opportunity to establish roots in our community as early as two years old. Students in middle school become true leaders on campus and act as mentors to younger students. The confidence and character building at LCCDS equip students for a smooth transition into high school, preparing them for success in their future academic endeavors.
The joy of exploration and discovery is at the core of every young child.
At LCCDS, each child is valued for his or her unique traits in personality, styles of learning, rate of development, and ability. We strive to instill a lifelong love of learning in an appropriately challenging and faith-centered environment. Education-based on Christian values and ethics provides a moral foundation for life.
The curiosity of early childhood provides a strong foundation for the development of a capable elementary-age student.
At LCC Day School, we believe that school is not just preparation for life; for a child, school is life. Learning how to move from the dependency of the preschooler to become a caring, respectful young person who can think and act independently requires the encouragement of both school and home working together.
Middle School students develop the confidence necessary for success now and in the future.
Children gain confidence as they grow in responsibility. Challenging children’s potential and preparing students for future competitive pre-college preparatory schools is key to LCCDS’s mission. Knowing how to lead, how to function well as part of a group, and how to take another’s perspective, moves students a step beyond independence to interdependence, and toward being a vital part of a community.