FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
IS LCA ACCREDITED?
Yes. Loganville Christian Academy is committed to providing quality Christian education by providing students with answers for life and living. The school is a member of GISA (Georgia Independent School Association) and holds duel accreditation with ACSI (Association of Christian Schools International), and SACS (Southern Association of Colleges/Schools). In turn, the school is a member of GAPSAC (Georgia Private School Accreditation Council). *LCA’s PreK program is exempt from state licensure and is committed to ongoing self-monitoring for compliance.
DO STUDENTS WEAR UNIFORMS?
Yes. LCA adheres to a mix and match standard of dress policy that includes polo shirts and khaki or navy pants, shorts or skorts. It also includes jumpers for our Lower School students and Oxford shirts for our Upper School Students. Students are able to wear spirit wear on Fridays. The Family Handbook provides complete uniform details. Uniform pieces can be purchased at any store. If you prefer to purchase uniforms traditionally, LCA is a Lands End School. All uniform pieces are available to purchase under the LCA School Choice via Lands End.
DOES LCA OFFER AN EXTENDED CARE PROGRAM?
LCA is happy to provide our Extended Care Program as a benefit to parents who work and are unable to drop off or pick up their child during normal school arrival and dismissal times. Our qualified staff will provide a structured and quiet time for your student to complete any homework and then transition the students into time filled with socializing with one another by enjoying the playground, creating a craft or playing a board game. Our hope is to provide security and peace of mind that your child is well-cared for while you work.
WHAT ARE LCA'S SCHOOL HOURS?
Lower School (PreK - 5th grade): 8:05 a.m. - 2:45 p.m.
Upper School (6th - 12th grade): 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
School begins one-hour later on Wednesdays. Families with (2) working parents may drop their students off at the normal school day times at no additional charge.
WHAT ARE THE OPTIONS FOR LUNCH?
Students may bring a lunch from home or purchase catered lunches from local restaurants through our catered lunch program. All orders for lunch are completed through RenWeb. Microwaves are also available to students 2nd grade and above.
ARE ALL PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS TESTED AS PART OF THE APPLICATION PROCESS?
Students applying for Pre-K, Kindergarten or 1st grade are screened with a standardized evaluation instrument. Students applying for grades 2-12 must submit the results of a nationally-normed standardized test, taken within the last 12 months. If current testing records are not available, a testing date will be scheduled.
For more information on our admissions process, click here.
DOES LCA PROVIDE TRANSPORTATION?
Yes! LCA provides bus service from Snellville. All students, Pre-K to 12th grade are eligible to participate. Pick up is at 7:15 a.m. at First Baptist Snellville. For more information on our morning bus service, contact Admissions.
WHAT IS THE POLICY FOR THE 1:1 DEVICE IN UPPER SCHOOL?
Over the past few years, LCA has led the way in leveraging technology for increased learning in Walton County. We were the first school in the county to introduce the iLearn initiative, including a 1:1 learning platform, requiring every 6th – 12th grade student to have a device.
Understanding that technology changes at a rapid pace and that the educational needs of our students vary based on grade level and classroom, student devices are owned and managed by the LCA IT Department. As part of each student's technology fee, devices are issued to students. This strategy provides the flexibility to introduce the right technology for each grade based on the needs of the curriculum, allows for students to gain exposure to multiple technical platforms in a safe and intentionally-administered environment.
To ensure accountability and oversight, LCA will continue to monitor student activity on all devices 24/7, the ability to provide additional firewalls and content filters, the ability to dismantle access to the Internet during online assessments and full tech support provided by LCA’s IT department as well as support from the manufacturer of the device.