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Through LCS’s academic opportunities, our faculty will design Christ-centered, high-quality work and teach in ways that engage our students, cause them to persist, and, when the work is successfully completed, result in student satisfaction and acquisition of knowledge, critical thinking and problem-solving skills, and other abilities that lead students back to couple their academic knowledge with the foundation that God is the Creator of all things.

Faculty will integrate student assessment of mastery into instruction so that assessment, whether formal or informal, is accomplished using a variety of methods that do not merely measure students, but become part of the learning process itself.

We hope to accomplish this also by designing instructional activities and assessments that will enable our students to construct knowledge rather than simply reproducing facts and ideas.



At Lubbock Christian School, students have the ability to participate in many extra-curricular activities

Over 95% of all Lubbock Christian School graduates go on to higher education and professional careers

Seniors at Lubbock Christian School earn an average of 9-12 semester hours of college credit

The average ACT score for Lubbock Christian School students is 23 where the Texas average is 20.8

Nearly half of the teachers at Lubbock Christian School have at least a Master’s Degree in Education and currently an average over 17 years of experience

Rankings from the ACT Aspire Test place LCS above the students in the national norm group