Extracurricular programs are activities that are available for a nominal fee before and after school.


Offered twice per year, Code Club is for 4th & 5th graders who want to learn the basics of coding. The group meets weekly for six sessions on Wednesday mornings from 8:30-9:15 a.m. in the Lower School Computer Lab.  The club is limited to 10 club members on a first-come basis.

For questions, please contact Kay Sauers.


Piano Studio offers piano and voice lessons during the school day. The Piano Studio teachers are exceptionally qualified and experienced. In addition, they are carefully selected for their ability to work well with children and teenagers. Each student is thoughtfully placed with the teacher that is best suited to meet their needs.

Students have several opportunities to perform throughout the year:

  • Christmas and Spring Recitals
  • Community Outreach Recital in the Fall
  • ACSI Southeastern District Piano Festival in the Spring – Grades 3 and up only

In 2012, LCA became a founding school with the Royal Conservatory of Music. LCA is the only "Founding School" in the state of Georgia. Mrs. Kay Sauers is also a "Founding Teacher". This program sets national standards of musical success which are implemented through its course of study. LCA students have the opportunity to be assessed by Royal Conservatory musicians/adjudicators three times per year.

For questions, please contact Kay Sauers.


Christian Black Belt Academy offers Taekwondo classes for Lower School students after school on LCA’s campus one day per week. The vision of CBBA is to train students with practical and traditional techniques of self-defense while developing their moral and spiritual character. CBBA is a Christ-centered martial arts organization that believes in promoting integrity, courtesy, loyalty, respect, perseverance, honor and self-control in every student.


LCA’s intramural program is designed to teach skill development, teamwork, drill execution, rules, and game play while providing an avenue for physical fitness, fellowship and sportsmanship. Providing this program outside of a league setting allows us to focus our goals without rushing to prepare for that first league game against another school. Practices are held right after school and each sport ends with an on-campus tournament. This program provides the opportunity for our 4th and 5th graders to establish relationships with JV and Varsity players while maximizing mentoring opportunities for our high school players.