With enrollment records reaching new heights every year and access to a completely new platform, it only makes sense that LCA take on new programs and projects to accommodate to the ever-changing atmosphere of the institution. According to VHSL regulations, students are required to present a student identification card at athletic events. The need for a more effective form of identification and payment throughout the school is evident.
Liberty Christian Academy can now compete in the Virginia High School League.
Liberty Christian Academy should adopt a program comparable to Liberty University's Flame Pass system. The "Flames Pass" owned by both students and faculty at Liberty serves as an ID card and a central method of payment around campus. The card uses a reloadable pre-paid card system called Flames Cash. If LCA were to use a system such as this one, it could potentially be referred to as Bulldog Bucks because the LCA student body is known for it's spirit and pride in bulldog nation.
Liberty University uses the Flames Pass for identification and payment.
Bulldog Bucks cards could be used at the library to check out books, print papers, or pay fines. This card could be used in the cafeteria to pay for lunches. It could also be used to sign in or out in the office.