Mission & Philosophy
Lincoln Christian School’s philosophy is stated in three priorities: godly character, academic excellence, and extracurricular activity. Our main focus is to help students discover God’s gifting and plan for their lives. The faculty and families of LCS work diligently to enable students in the development of their God-given talents and to prepare them for a lifetime of learning, serving and honoring God. We firmly believe that only through the discovery of one’s vision can an individual find true meaning (Proverbs 29:18). The LCS vision embraces the responsibility of providing students with an education that will give them an equitable academic opportunity with peers beyond our doors.
“Lincoln Christian School is a partnership between parents and the church - the only two institutions ordained by God to teach children. In order for students to thrive without distraction, we emphasize good communication between teachers and parents, mutual respect, and skillful conflict resolution. Our goal is to raise the next generation of Christian leaders so that our heritage may be passed on to future generations. Lincoln Christian School’s philosophy is stated in three priorities: godly character, academic excellence, and extracurricular activity. We are determined to keep our priorities in that order... period.”
- Pastor Willie George
1. Godly Character
2. Academic Excellence
By limiting the size of our classes, following a curriculum that challenges students, and hiring teachers who know how to communicate effectively, our students consistently score well on achievement tests. We want to prepare students for the college they desire to attend.
Our commitment to excellence permeates everything we do. LCS teachers are provided with the best tools, and our state-of-the-art facilities give students an ideal learning environment in which to excel.
3. Extracurricular Activities
We urge parents to steer their children toward one or more of our many programs. Our athletic facilities are among the finest in the state. We have a 3,000-seat football stadium with synthetic turf and two adjoining field houses. Our athletic complex includes outstanding baseball and softball facilities, as well as a high school gymnasium for our basketball and volleyball programs.
Music and theater arts are also passions at Lincoln. Our high school and middle school students have complete access to the 1,400-seat Oneighty auditorium and its performing arts stage. Every year, our students have an opportunity to participate in musical and drama productions.