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Lighthouse Christian School4
Posted January 26, 2015
- a student
I graduated from Lighthouse a couple years ago, and I can honestly say going there wasn't just going like going to any school. They helped me figure out who I was, who my friends were and helped strengthen my relationship with God. Sure there might have been some not so great stuff go on, but what school doesn't have that. My best memories to this day happened at that school and I wouldn't trade that for anything. Everyone there become my family and I am still close with the kids I went to school with. I am forever proud of this school and I hope it continues to flourish and grow. If your kid needs a place they can feel at home then this is the school for you. As us Lighthouse graduates like to say "Once a Knight Always a Knight"
LCS is a great school! My daughter went there since Kindergarten, graduated there and now is in college. My son also went there from kindergarten and when he graduates will go on to college. The monitors are great and have helped my children grow academically as well as spiritually. I fully believe in Christian schools because your child can grow spiritually while they are growing academically.
One year later, and my child is still having both academic and psychologic difficulties stemming from experiences of bullying at Lighthouse Christian School. My child actually regressed academically and socially while in attendance there. We have had to begin counseling and extensive academic testing to get my child back on track. As a parent, I would not recommend this school to anyone. Even though I placed many requests to meet with the principal (in an effort to resolve the problems), he never met with me, or communicated in any way regarding the ongoing problems. My child was exposed to far worse bullying than would be allowed in public school; also, there was a huge lack of adult supervision. The year my child attended there was a complete waste of time as far as education, as well as, money. There was not even a resemblance of Christianity, much less, an atmosphere of learning.