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Lexington, Massachusetts, USA
Located in historic Lexington, Massachusetts, Lexington Christian Academy is one of Greater Boston's most established independent college preparatory day and boarding schools which integrates faith and learning. LCA was founded in 1946 in the heart of Boston, and provides an academically challenging education while supporting students’ passions in areas outside the classroom. LCA students enjoy small classes in a beautifully updated campus with the 430-seat Cross Worship and Performing Arts Center and new Fitness Center, fully equipped computer labs with image, photo, and video editing software, as well as a 3D printer. With a student – teacher ratio of 11:1, students get the chance to work closely with peers and faculty alike. LCA offers both need-based financial aid and merit-based scholarships.
Athletics and Fine Arts work together to provide a holistic educational experience where students and families alike are welcome to experience all that LCA has to offer. 85% of the student body was involved in at least one season of interscholastic sports in 2015-2016. Students can choose to enroll in any of 14 classes in the Arts as well as Theatrical studies, musical performance, and community service.
As a college prep institution, LCA features a 2-year Academic Advising program followed by 2 years of College Advising. Our focus is on helping students discover their talents and passions as well as their aptitude in life; and helping them to find the college that best fits their needs, goals, and personality.
Graduates of LCA are fully prepared to thrive at the college level academically, personally, and spiritually. LCA enjoys a vibrant Alumni Network of professionals in finance, philanthropy, arts, sciences, and research.
48 Bartlett AvenueLexington, Massachusetts, USA
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Summary: Our curriculum builds on a foundation of basic skills to cultivate the concepts and intellectual skills needed for an understanding of the arts, humanities, and sciences. We emphasize the conceptual, abstract, and critical thinking; problem-solving; and independent study. We offer a challenging college preparatory curriculum that includes honors, Advanced Placement, and independent study courses that encourage academic and personal discipline.
Department Director: Kim Winsor
Average Class Size: 15
Full Time Teachers: 35
Teachers Holding Advanced Degrees: 83.00%
Student/Teacher Ratio: 11:1
Academic Schedule: Semester
Number of AP Courses Offered: 10
Summary: I first stepped on campus at LCA in 1982 as a student and I guess I never really left. After college graduation I wound up back at LCA helping in the Admissions office. A short time later I found myself substitute teaching, working at Meadow Breeze (LCA’s Summer Camp) and coaching at LCA. Twenty-five plus years later I am now the Director of Student Life, responsible for policies and procedures surrounding student activities, student leadership, student discipline, and the overall school culture. As well as the Auxiliary Programs Director, with responsibilities that include after school programs, facility rentals, and all summer programs.I feel incredibly blessed to be working alongside faculty and staff that mentored me as a student and continue to mentor me in my professional career. LCA is home for me and my family and it is a privilege to be able to give back to a place that has had such a profound impact on my life!
Department Director: Scott Stevens
Number of Dorms: 2
Average Students Per Dorm: 16
No. of Girls Dorms: 1
No. of Boys Dorms: 1
Dress Code: Casual
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Arts Department Director: Amy Chaney
Athletics Department Director: Ryan Patrie
Department Director: Robert Scaro
Percentage of Graduates Who Attend College: 100.00%
Colleges attended in the past 5 years by our graduates:
Middle Percentile of SAT Scores
Department Director: Scott Stevens
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