We’re excited that you’re considering Lakeland Christian School! For many families, taking a tour is the best way to get a feel for our programs, meet teachers, explore the campus, and experience our unique culture. Find the several ways below that you can schedule a visit at LCS, from private tours to group options.
Families can schedule a personal tour with our admissions team. Our staff will warmly welcome you, and you’ll have the opportunity to see the classrooms, preview the facilities, meet our dedicated teachers and ask questions about the admissions process. This is an excellent option for families who want a more private experience that fits their schedule.
Before you visit, here’s a sneak peak of our Elementary, Middle, and High School programs!
Middle and High School
Frequently Asked Questions
You don’t have to bring anything with you. Before the tour, we encourage families to learn more about Lakeland Christian School here. We will gladly answer your questions during the tour. Feel free to wear comfortable clothing as we tour the campus, and we will provide you with the resources you need to take notes and get information about admissions.
Guests can head to the main parking lot by the football stadium and check in at the Main Office in the Administration Building.
“Choosing a school for your children to attend is one of the most important decisions along the journey of life, in my opinion. I am pleased to say that choosing LCS has been life changing for my entire family. My children, Caroline and Cam, are obtaining a sound Christian education
with a challenging curriculum. In addition, we now have a new “extended” family within the LCS community full of teachers, administrators, and LCS parents! I thank God each day for LCS and for the community we have found there.”
“While I have not lived in Lakeland since graduating from LCS, I always appreciate reconnecting with my LCS famiy who continue to express love and warmth whenever I return.” – Keith Knowlton (’04), Missionary
“What I learned to appreciate about LCS after I graduated, and what has been affirmed through my experience as an LCS parent, is that everything is considered, planned, and executed through the lens of the Gospel. The Word of God is paramount from the classroom to the boardroom. I am encouraged daily by the discipleship and shepherding my kids receive from every one of the administrators, coaches, faculty, and staff at LCS.”