Thanks to all who participated in the Community Blood Drive this week. LifeSouth was very impressed with the number of participants that we had and are looking forward to scheduling another Blood Drive next year. Enough blood was donated to help approximately 120 patients in our local area. Thank you for donating!
Today, Lower School celebrated Read Across America and Dr. Seuss’ birthday! The morning was kicked off with a celebration where HS Theatre students performed a number from their upcoming show,
Middle School launched Make a Difference (MAD) Week as a week-long service project to minister to our school, our community, and our peers. The project took place each day at break.
Example of projects completed during the week include:
On Saturday, January 21, LCA's swim team traveled to Georgia Tech for the GISA State Swim Meet. For the first time in school history, every swimmer on the team qualified for state. Most notable finishers are as follows:
Saturday night, Lower School fathers and daughters enjoyed an evening together as part of the Father Daughter Date Night. Themed, Georgia on My Mind, the gym was filled with stations highlighting venues from around the state of Georgia. A few of the highlights include flying fish at the Georgia Aquarium, wading the swamps in the Okefenokee, playing Hungry Hungry Hippos at the Atlanta Zoo and baseball at the Braves stadium. Snacks and lemonade were available at the Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Number retirements are something rarely done except for those very few athletes that have such a lasting impact on their former institution or sports program.
For the Loganville Christian Academy basketball program,
Vision Night 2018 was an evening full of reflection over the past 20 years and a look forward to the next 20 years. The night kicked off with a hilarious video of our Lower School students answering questions about the history of LCA (see video below). New initiatives were presented by members of the Leadership Team.
Seniors kicked off 2018 at Infinite Center attending Passion 2018. Emily Armstrong summed up the conference perfectly; “there is nothing more beautiful than being surrounded by 12,000 people worshiping the Lord God Almighty with everything in them.”
Jesus' birth was a fact, but not merely a fact, it was a gift and it had a purpose. Remember what the angel said, "I bring you good news of great joy... for to you is born this day...a savior." (Luke 2:10-11) Part of the good news that causes great joy for all the people is that Jesus was born "to you."
LCA was recently awarded $529 through a Walton EMC School Empowerment Grant. The grant funds come from unclaimed capital credits.
The lower school students did an amazing job telling the Christmas Story through the play Camel Lot. Beth, played by Addison Travelstead, has been practicing hard for the church Christmas pageant.
Under the direction of Director Mr. Adam Ralston, the Upper School Treble Choir, Symphonic Wind Ensemble, Percussion Ensemble & the Middle School Band presented Christmas Americana, a Christmas Concert.
One of the Grad to Grad Christmas traditions is creating Gingerbread Houses together. On Monday, seniors
Bazinga Day is an academic afternoon for LCA's middle school students held the Friday before Fall Break. Divided into teams, each made up with a student from 6th, 7th & 8th grade, students run across campus
This morning, our Student Worship Band lead worship during a combined Middle School and High School Chapel experience. Members of the Student Worship Band include
Congratulates to the Marching Lions for representing LCA so well this weekend at The Blue Ridge Mountain Marching Festival! Under the direction of Adam Ralston,
Congratulations to Seniors Lowell Davis & Jonathan Moye for being named to the Commended Student list in the 2018 National Merit Scholarship Program. Commended Students are recognized for the exceptional academic promise demonstrated by their outstanding performance on the qualifying test used for program entry.
Friday night, the Homecoming Court was introduced during halftime of the varsity football game against Georgia Force Football. The Homecoming Court is voted on by their peers. The students on the cour this year include
California Dreamin' was the theme of Homecoming 2017. Festivities began early in the week when Spirit Week kicked off when middle school & high school students came to school Monday dressed as
Loganville Christian Academy is intentional about investing in our students and helping them develop into successful leaders. The Leadership Academy, which is made up of 4th and 5th-grade students, is one of those intentional ways.