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PK-12|Private
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Terrible. Run. Find a better school. Principal has no clue. Dear in headlights. Director overbearing. Talks too much. Never answer a question. Don't take criticism. Teachers don't care. They don't teach. My daughter did not reenroll. She is doing great at new school. Good staff and they listen to parents. Not at Lanham Christian. They do not care. Oh, most of the reviews that are glowing are by teachers or employees and church members. Trust me. I know.

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Terrible. No clear plan. Just excuses. Not good.




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LCS exemplifies a Jeremiah spirit! It is staying on the wall on behalf of our children! Strong accusations may have risen against them at a time, temptations may have been darted towards them but they had the tenacity to make tough decisions and this school year we've been able to benefit from it. I appreciate the dedication they have towards our children in imparting Godly principles and a high standard of academia. My family has been blessed to be a part of the LCS BODY! I pray Gods continual blessings upon the spiritual and educational growth of this fine institution!



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Three of my kids have graduated from LCS. Coming from across the continent and finding a school that would work with the parents in transitioning their kids to the US school curriculum has been a plus to us. The challenges to the kids was great, but LCS was also challenged to the task and were able to meet that task. We as Tanzanian immigrants found LCS to be a family of understanding and care to the progress of education and life to the young minds they nurture and inspire.



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In response to some of the some of the reviews about LCS: 1. Most educators and educationally astute parents know that the most important aspect of education is not finishing the curriculum, but making sure that students truly grasp and master concepts. This is especially true in upper elementary that focuses on complex concepts and not just rote memorization of facts. 2. LCS is one of only 2 private schools in the county that has received state certification. Parents moving their children to other schools should research the impact of the lack of certification on their child's education. 3. The administration is working hard to maintain academic integrity. Students are required to earn grades, they are not just given A's and B's because their parents are paying tuition. 4. Elementary students have daily recess. . They also have weekly art, music, PE, computer and library classes. Middle/High school students can participate in a number of electives , such as, choir, hand bells, yearbook, drama, art, Spanish, and computer. (Anything stated to the contrary is simply no true). 5. Standardized test scores show students are learning! My children will be staying at LCS!




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My children graduated from Lanham Christian School. I couldn't think of sending them anywhere else. I hold the teachers and administration in the highest regard. The teachers work diligently to provide a high level of education including college prep classes. They are always willing to stay and help any student requesting help in any class. Also, the administration worked tirelessly to insure the school become state certified. The school teaches Godly, academic excellence to any student willing to strive to achieve his/her best. I love this school and encourage anyone interested in sending your child/children to a school which promotes Godly, Christian character and academic excellence to seek out this school today.



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I am a graduate of Lanham Christian School(LCS). Having attended LCS 5 years prior to graduation, I was involved in multiple extracurricular activities such as: volleyball, softball basketball, choir and drama. I also was a member of my class student council for my jr and sr year. The faculty, staff and administration played supportive roles in my academic and personal life,most of these relationships are still active today. Personally, I could not have chosen a greater Christian school to attend and graduate.



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In response to posts here that claim LCS has very little to offer, some of the accolades include: 1. Only one of TWO private schools in PG County with State Certification. 2. AP classes in English and Calculus, Honors classes (no need SAT elective; coursework prepares) 3. National Honors Society chapter. 4. All teachers in high school have a B.A. or B.S. degree or higher from an accredited university (all teachers are required to have at least 125 college credit hours, in accordance with MD state law). 5. 80% of graduates accepted into colleges; many with full scholarships. 6. Basketball Division II State Champions, Volleyball Division II State Champions (2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014) 7. High recognition high school drama program at the Folger Shakespeare Festival. 8. Elementary electives: art, music, Spanish, computer, and PE 9. Junior high / high school electives: art, choir, handbells, chess, drama, yearbook, journalism 10. Caring and loving faculty who go beyond the duties of classroom education to teach the value of Christ-centered relationships




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The board and Administration at LCS have truly run this school into the ground. Their decision to terminate good teachers with no explanation other than finances...the board/administration has terminated the 4th grade teacher and then have the nerve to have outgoing third grade parents come to school for a farce of a meeting, The offer from administration was to offer my child a teacher for half a day and then to have teacher assistants have my child complete paperwork and music and P.E. for the remainder of the day....half-time education for full price tuition.. We have decided to move on and apply to Berwyn Baptist School.



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I have been a parent at LCS for many years and I am pulling my children out after this school year. I am disappointed in the decisions made by the board to get rid of good teachers and keep others who don't even complete the curriculum for the year. They have shown no consideration for the parents who pay tuition, instead they continue to cut and replace teachers with lack of experience. There is no outlet for the students, gym is once a week, and there are no extra curriculum activities. If LCS doesn't get it together, I see their doors closing very soon!

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