We want our students to pursue excellence in their music-making and to create wonderfully as God created wonderfully. The Bible has much to say about music and its purpose for humanity. LCA desires for its students to grapple with these elements as well as to develop his or her talent to its full potential. We want students to remember that music is a way to offer thanks to God for all that He has given us. Music is a gift enjoyed by God and also by the makers of the musical praises themselves. Whether or not students intend to pursue music as a vocation, we seek to equip them with technical skills essential for reading, interpreting, and performing music as well as an understanding of both musical history and theory.
It is our hope that when students leave LCA, they will have a resume of meaningful performance experiences. We also expect that they will have grasped truths that justify and bring meaning to their musical performance and which enable them to communicate with their listeners. At Lexington Christian Academy, students have the privilege of studying music with the knowledge of the truth that it was created and given to us by God, and to explore all the implications of that truth. Here at LCA, students have the unique opportunity to be prepared physically, intellectually, socially and spiritually for a life of music-making.