It is my honor to serve as the principal of Loganville Christian Academy’s Upper School. Students in grades 6–12 get to participate in a variety of experiences both inside and outside of the classroom.
Middle school students in grades 6–8 participate in strong core classes as well as Bible and elective courses. These students are exposed to as many electives as possible during these three years in order to help them make more informed decisions about elective choices in high school. Even though these years can be tough, we strive to make the students' overall experience one that they will remember far beyond 8th grade.
High school students in grades 9–12 have several options to choose from when it comes to academics at LCA. Qualifying students may participate in Honors, AP, and Dual Enrollment courses during high school. Mrs. Davis, our full-time college advisor, is here to ensure that students know the options available to them and make the best decisions possible to support their future aspirations.
LCA students are challenged to not only actively engage in Bible class, chapel, and community service projects but to live out their faith in the community and throughout the world. Biblical integration in every subject area makes LCA’s environment unique. Whether on a playing field, through student government, or in the classroom, our staff is committed to ensuring that students are reaching their full potential academically, socially, and spiritually.
Today's students will be tomorrow's leaders, and I am thrilled to be a part of all that God is doing in and through the LCA students.
Upper School Principal