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Is “College Prep” Enough?

What kind of academic and career opportunities will be available to my LCS student upon graduation? Will the LCS high school program prepare them for the college of their choice? Will they be ready for the transitions that will face them upon graduation? Parents and students are increasingly anxious these days about some of these […]

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A Culture of Prayer

What do exercise and prayer have in common? A. More people talk about doing it than actually do it.B. The more you do it, the more you are motivated to do it.C. It takes personal discipline to make it a habit.D. It helps to do it with someone else who will keep you accountable.E. All […]

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Smudges on the Glass

Why can’t they use the handle? At least push on the metal frame and not the glass! As I walked past a door on campus last week, the collection of smudges and handprints on the door glass reminded me that schools are full of …children! Sometimes children are messy! Sometimes raising and educating children is […]

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SAT / ACT Testing and Prep

How many adults can remember their exact SAT or ACT score? One experience that has always gone along with college applications has been SAT or ACT testing. I remember taking them in high school and knowing it was just part of the process. Then years later I became a college admissions counselor and once again, […]

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My Final Playlist

I am not tech savvy AT ALL!  I am literally not kidding.  Just ask my husband and Sandy (my friend and coworker) who regularly rescue me from technological quandaries at home and work. As a result, the task of compiling a playlist of music on my phone has been quite a group effort and has […]

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But God Did…

Four years ago, I was in my 8th year of teaching 5th grade at LCS.  I loved teaching, but there was a part of my job that led me to begin praying for an opportunity to spend time leading the moms at LCS.  Let me explain…I realized through parent-teacher conferences with moms, that we were […]

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Achieving with Grace

DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution) is a program with a scholarship opportunity that our LCS students have participated in for many years. explains: “The DAR Good Citizens Award and Scholarship Contest, created in 1934, is intended to encourage and reward the qualities of good citizenship. This award recognizes and rewards individuals who possess […]

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Both sides of the street…and beyond

Last Thursday night at LCS- We were blessed by the choral music concert by our choirs spanning 4th-12th grade. The seniors offered heart-felt thanks to their director for her influence in their lives. Across the street at Viking Field, the baseball team won the regional quarterfinal game to advance in the play-offs. The LCS state […]

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Yearbook Dedication to Mike Musick

This year, the 2020-2021 LCS yearbook was dedicated to the late Mike Musick. Our yearbook class, led by Mrs. Green, wrote a beautiful piece on Mr. Musick, and his family was able to attend an assembly, gifting the newly printed yearbook, on May 4, 2021. Below is the yearbook dedication pages and photos of the […]

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Noah’s Contribution to Science

Noah Peracciny is a sophomore who has been involved in the RISE program for two years. He participated in science competitions for the first time last year. His project went to Regionals and was approved to go to the State level before COVID cancelled remaining 2020 science competitions. But it would be the 2021 ISEF […]

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