LCA Eagles S.O.A.R.

Seek God, Offer Kindness, Accept Responsibility, Respect Others

“This is my commandment, that ye love one another, as I have loved you.” John 15:12

Our theme this year is LCA Eagles SOAR: Seek God, Offer Kindness, Accept Responsibility, Respect Others


What kind of God-seeker are we?

The most important thing we want our students to learn at LCA is to seek God and develop a personal relationship with him. As I was reading about ways to encourage our students to seek God, I came across a devotional about shell seekers that reminded me of what kind of God Seeker I want to be and pray for our students to be.

It's really interesting watching other shell seekers! There are:

Big shell-seekers- these are only watching for the "big scores" - those that can easily be seen and quickly grabbed.

Sifters - these scoop up nets filled with sand and shell pieces in hopes that there may be some whole shells they can pick out and keep.

Waders - these give it all they have! They'll wade out in the water getting their clothes wet in hopes of seeing that special illusive shell!

Micro-seekers - these stop, bend down, and really seek out the tiny treasures left along the wayside that others have missed.

What type of "God-seekers" are we? Do we seek God daily by spending time with him or do we wait and only seek him when we encounter big problems? Do we give him the leftover pieces of our day and just spend time with him when we can sift him in?

My hope and prayer for our students is that they become waders and micro-seekers - all in for God seeking him with all their heart and seeking HIS ways in the big and small things of life!

Jeremiah 29:13 - "You will seek Me and find Me when you search for Me with all your heart."

The qualities of kindness, respect, and love are being taught at LCA. You can get "reading, writing, and arithmetic" from many places. But we teach more - we teach seeing things through the lens of the Bible - a biblical worldview. The Bible teaches the importance of love, peace, patience, kindness - and so much more. The Bible teaches respect for those in authority, and the importance of respecting and valuing each other because we are all made in the image of God.

Every morning our students pledge allegiance to the American flag, the Christian flag and to the Bible. Our students stand to pledge in respect for what each stands for. Our athletes stand in respect as we sing the Star Spangled Banner. The biblical principles of respect and trust, kindness and love are not just preached, but they are practiced. Aren't you thankful for that?

Welcome to LCA!

With our increased enrollment this year, we are excited to have these new faculty and staff members join our LCA family!

Mrs. Gina Ball, Kindergarten Teacher
Mrs. Ashely Dowell, Art Teacher
Mrs. Danyel Massie, 2nd Grade Teacher
Mr. Phil Mollohan, Middle School History/Bible
Mrs. Olivia Napier, Elementary Admin Assistant
Mr. Eric Neuhart, 3rd Grade Teacher
Mrs. Danielle Sayre, PK Teacher
Mr. Mason Sprang, Middle School Math
Mr. Brian Trogus, High School History


Mr. Nathaniel Bond, Dean of Students

Mr. Nathaniel Bond will serve as the Dean of Students and will work closely with teachers to assist with discipline needs that arise and counsel with those students using that as an opportunity to help our students become more like Christ. His role will allow our principals to focus on ensuring a quality academic program as they mentor and develop teachers. In addition, Mr. Bond will assist with classroom technology to help ensure devices are operating properly and to work with software that teachers can integrate into the classroom.

Mrs. Kristin Grathouse, Business Office Coordinator

Mrs. Kristin Grathouse previously served as the elementary administrative assistant and EdChoice Coordinator. She will continue to assist families as the EdChoice Coordinator as well as working in the business office assisting families with FACTS and tuition billing.

Mrs. Sarah Griffin, Athletic Director

Over the next couple of months Mrs. Sarah Griffin will be transitioning into the role of athletic director. Her long term dedication to the ministry at LCA, the confidence and relationships she has developed with parents over the years, and her years of experience working with our athletic program and business office have prepared her to lead our athletic program.


Monday, September 6 No School - Labor Day
Monday, September 13 - School Picture Day (all are photographed in uniforms for our LCA yearbook)
Every day - "...is the day the Lord has made, let us rejoice and be glad in it."

Mrs. Amanda Cecil, Head of School

The mission of Liberty Christian Academy is to provide a quality Christian education in a Christ-centered environment in order to reach students for Christ and equip them to serve God and impact the world through biblical thought and action.


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