At Lexington Christian Academy, we believe a great education is one
that cultivates the whole person – Heart, Mind, Body, and Soul.
“LCA has been a great opportunity for me because the Christian environment creates an atmosphere that allows people to speak about life productively. This atmosphere is one that allows Christians and non-Christians alike to voice their opinions and feel welcomed at LCA.I personally believe that this environment is what has made me want to understand the things that occur in the world."
– Riccardi Dalexis '19
“Dr. Clark has helped me to understand how science and God can be compatible and how rewarding it can be to study the universe He has perfectly made. She supports her students outside of the classroom, as well. I am forever thankful to Dr. Clark for piquing my interest in science and advising me in my journey with biology.”
– Jennifer Murphy '18
“I appreciated being involved in a smaller, more intimate environment where a teacher could pull you aside and say, “Wow, you can sing.” I don’t think that happens at a bigger school. And that happened across the board at LCA. I met Coach Campbell and she encouraged me to play sports. Everywhere I went there was someone in authority that was a mentor and encouraging me-drama, music, sports, academics.”
– Keri Claiborne Boyle '91, Author and Triathlete
Lexington Christian Academy is a co-ed, college preparatory, day and boarding school for grades 6-12.
Student / Teacher Ratio
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students live on campus
student body receives financial aid
Out of nearly 900 schools accredited by ACSI, LCA is among the 2% with exemplary school status.
self-identified students of color
On Sunday November 18, the 7th seeded Lexington Christian Academy Lions, took the field at Worcester Academy in Worcester, MA defeating the #1 seed, the Hoosac Owls, to take the title of New England Prep School Athletic Conference Class D Champions.
Due to the beautifully written letter that Harley Rusk penned to Gary Schmidt about her last conversation with Lori Johnson (which happened to be about the 6th grade read-aloud book, Lizzy Bright and the Buckminster Boy), the author agreed to come to LCA and finish the book with the 6th graders.
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