Wednesday, May 17, 2017

Purity Ceremony

The Eighth Grade completed their Purity Class this spring, learning about God’s perfect plan and why purity is important to Him.  Finishing with the ring ceremony in May, parents and students pledge:      

I pledge to live out purity in my home in all the stages of my son’s/daughter's life —   teaching and modeling a life dedicated to God’s ways by:

·        Reminding my son/daughter of their identity in Christ—instilling an appreciation of how wonderfully they are made by God.
·        Teaching him/her to seek and cherish company that encourages right behavior
·        Praying daily for them to grow in purity and wisdom.

I believe that God has a perfect plan for me and that my purity is important to Him. Today I make a pledge to God, myself, and my future spouse that I will save myself for marriage. I will be pure in heart and body because I know that is what God wants for me. I will trust in His timing.



28th Annual Bible Reading Marathon

Building #3 went to our nation’s capital in early May for their field trip.  The 5th Graders complemented their studies with a trip to the American Indian Museum.  The other students were in groups that visited the national monuments, Holocaust Museum, Natural History Museum and the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum.  The highlight of the trip was joining hundreds of other believers in the 90 hour 28th Annual U.S. Capitol Bible Reading Marathon. Diverse cultures, denominations, ages, races, languages, and political parties were represented, setting aside differences to read, pray, and listen.  LCS is proud to honor the Bible as God’s Holy Word and proclaim its importance to our nation’s past, present, and future.  More information about this event can be found by contacting The Bible Foundation directors Michael & Terry Shaffer Hall.

Tuesday, May 2, 2017

ACSI Chess Tournament

LCS was represented by two squads in the ACSI Chess Tournament in Owings Mills, MD.  Jaxon Polly, Natasha Richter, Chase Wright, Dillon Polly, Ashley Masters, Elie Christenbury, Matt Tilghman, and Ryan Masters competed strongly all day, bringing home a 2nd Place trophy.   

VFW’s Teacher of the Year

Our own Mr. Jeff Donihue was awarded the VFW Middle School 2017 Teacher of the Year in recognition of promoting citizenship education in the classroom.  We are so proud of our middle school history instructor and 7th/8th grade science teacher!  This is the second consecutive year an LCS teacher has been honored by the VFW; Mrs. Jackie Jones won last year.  God has blessed us with a team of exceptional teachers!

Friday, April 7, 2017

Playdough Literacy

LCS pre-school students get a hands-on letter lesson.  This activity improves their fine motor skills, aids their letter recognition, and is a whole lot of F-U-N!

Congratulations, Austin Hodges!

LCS graduate Austin Hodges is part of the WVU Experimental Rocketry Team taking part in the International Rocketry Competition.  Hodges will travel to Las Cruces, NM in June to be one of the 110 teams from 11 countries competing.                                                                       

Monday, March 27, 2017


New enrollments are being accepted for the 2017-18 school year.  To learn more about how your family can become part of the LCS family, please contact the office to schedule an appointment and tour of our campus.

It’s re-enrollment time for families who currently have students attending LCS. Make sure you reserve your spot for the 2017-18 school year as soon as possible.  We've made it easier than ever to re-enroll your son or daughter. Go here and you can submit your application ONLINE or stop by the office to pick up your re-enrollment form.  Remember, spread the word to our community about the incredible opportunity for a Christian education at Lighthouse Christian School!

If you refer a family to LCS with K-8th grade students, you will be eligible to receive $100 off your tuition in October of 2017.

Monday, March 20, 2017

2017 Literacy Fair/Open House

March 9 marked the 3rd Annual LCS Literacy Fair/Open House. Showcasing the hard work of students and immense creative talent of the staff, this family fun event included literacy building activities and games, themed classrooms, costumed guests, snacks, take-away items, free books, and door prizes. Our guests wandered through a literary wonderland of whimsical books like “If You Give a Mouse a Cookie…” to classics such as “Island of the Blue Dolphins” to “Left Behind,” a Christian book, to biographies of Samuel Morris and Billy Sunday, to cultural novels like “Esperanza Rising” and the wonderful world of Dr. Seuss. We would like to offer our heartfelt appreciation to our supporters who donated door prizes and give-aways: Billy Reese with State Farm, Mindy Townsend of A & A Air Services, Liz Hodges of Best Things, Mary Ellen Hocker of Hocker’s Grocery, Christina Carey with Chrissy’s Cleaning Service, and April Cleveland with the Delaware Department of Health