Q What curriculum does LCCS use?
A We use a variety of published curricula. Not all selected materials are from Christian publishers. Selections are made in accordance with rigorous requirements and are regularly reviewed to ensure our students receive the best materials available. Our desire is that students become “like their teacher” not their textbook.
Q Do you have a waiting list for enrollment?
A Although we may have waiting lists, it is advisable to contact the school office to receive the most up-to-date information.
Q Do K-12 students share common work areas?
A Elementary (K-6th grades), junior high (7th & 8th grades), as well as high school (9th – 12th grades) all have their own separate work areas, lunch and hallways.
Q Does LCCS participate in statewide testing?
A LCCS meets and exceeds the academic standards established by the State of Ohio. Students participate in the Ohio Achievement Tests, Ohio graduation tests and college preparation testing
Q How is chapel incorporated into the overall educational experience?
A Chapel is a very important part of every student’s learning and worship experience at LCCS. All students attend chapel once a week in the following grade level groupings: K-3rd, 4th-6th, 7th-8th and 9th -12th grades.
Q Can a junior high student get any high school credit? Will this transfer to other high schools?
A Yes, if the student is accelerated in math. Yes.
Q Is there extra tutoring help for struggling students?
A Yes. Our administrators and faculty are committed to ensure that adequate support is available to our students.
Q What classes are available at the high school level?
A All core classes required by the State of Ohio plus electives such as Advanced Placement classes in English, Biology and Calculus. Additional electives include Spanish, art, music, business and technology. (Refer to web site?)
Q How does PSEOP (Post-Secondary Enrollment Options Program) work?
A Students who qualify can enroll in a college or university of their choice while still in high school. These classes can be taken for high school and college credit. The program is available to students in grades 9-12 enrolled in public or non-public high school. Students must be full-time and paying full tuition to be eligible for PSEOP. Our students have consistently received state funding to participate in this program.
Q How many credits do I need to graduate?
A Every student needs 24 credits to graduate.
Q Can I take online or correspondence classes?
A Yes, but they must be from accredited schools.
Q Will LCCS prepare students for college?
A Yes. Most of our graduates have pursued continuing education options at the post high school level – college/university or technical/trade school level.
Q Where do I go with questions about how grades, transcripts and GPA work?
A Students are encouraged to stop by the Guidance Office.
We encourage you to visit or give us a call at 330.877.2049 for additional information about our academic, athletic, and co-curricular opportunities. We will be happy to answer your questions and schedule a tour.