Mission, Values, and Purpose
Our MISSION at LCS is to...
provide an environment where students can be transformed by God and in turn transform the world around them.
K-12 Quality Education | Small Class Sizes | Family/Community Setting | AP Classes | PSAT Testing for Sophomores and Juniors | MAP Testing for K-9 students (Measures of Academic Progress)
02. Spiritual Life
Weekly Chapel Gatherings | Teacher-Equipped, Student-Led Worship Band | Missions Programs | High School Retreat (Fall) | Annual Fine Arts Ministry Conference | Spiritual Emphasis Week (Spring)
03. Athletics & Arts
Strong Athletics Department from Elementary through High School | Music Programs from Elementary through High School | Worship Band | Traditional Band | Yearbook | Fine and Visual Arts
Strong International Program | ESL | Outdoor School | Fall and Spring Formal | Support from Hillsboro and Beaverton School Districts for Special Education Services | Science Teams
To create students of influence who reflect Christ to those around them in their daily lives.
To promote interest in pursuing positions of leadership as an increased platform of such influence.
To develop students who make moral choices based upon biblical principles.
To develop students who evaluate societal issues through a worldview based upon Christ.
To cultivate personal disciplines of prayer, bible study, and service in each student.
To discover and develop each student’s role in the body of Christ based upon the development of their spiritual gifting.
To develop students who possess proficiency or mastery in core academic areas and are prepared for post-secondary education.
To promote a culture of participation in quality activities focused on the maturation of the child physically, spiritually, and mentally.
Life Christian School adopts the historic, Christian view of life as presented in the Bible. Since God created and sustains everything through His Son, Jesus Christ, the world and life are God-centered and should glorify Him. Man being a sinner by nature and choice, however, cannot in this condition glorify or know God. He can do this only by being recreated in God’s image through committing his life to Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. The total process of education, therefore, must seek this restoration of student to the position of true knowledge, righteousness, and holiness in Christ by developing and relating the whole person to God spiritually, mentally, socially, and physically. It must present all truth as God’s truth and must be integrated with God’s Word. Such education is first the parents’ responsibility, and second, the school should function as an extension of the home to aid the parents in giving this education. (Deuteronomy 6:4-9).