Meet the Interim Head of School: Christine Metzger
Dear LCA Family,
It is with great joy that I return to Lexington Christian Academy. I was privileged to serve as the interim head of school in 2012 and I recall being warmly welcomed into this vibrant learning community. I remember my first impression when I stepped foot on campus 5 years ago. LCA had a spark, an energy, that was palpable. I was initially impressed by the beautiful campus. Quickly I learned the value of excellence not only related to the facilities, but also to the program and the whole community.
At LCA, I found passionate educators who were serious about their craft, a staff that effectively promoted smooth operations, and a leadership team with an intentional vision for exemplary education. We are all very fortunate to be part of this long-standing Christian School community.
As is my practice, I look forward to once again working to meet each student, so that I can greet each one by name. The students are the lifeblood of the school community. It is the students that we strive to inspire, motivate, equip, guide, mobilize and even redirect at times, when they go astray. I already have a directory and am delighting in the faces and family names I recognize.
I will conclude with one of my favorite words: Shalom. It means peace, flourishing, and a contentment that comes from healthy and full relationships with God and with each other. I pray this for you and for our LCA family now and in the year and years to come.
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