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February 2024

Celebrating 100 Days of Classroom Learning

Full-time Kindergarten to Grade 2 celebrated 100 days of classroom learning on Thursday, February 15, 2024. Students were invited to dress up as 100 year-olds, bring 100 items from home, … Continued

Big Impact on Guatemala Missions Team

A team of 22 LCS students and four staff members are currently wrapping up their missions trip to Tactic, Guatemala. Our team has been serving with Impact Ministries from February … Continued

Demonstrating Love on Valentines Day!

Loving God and loving others on Valentine’s Day! This year, our Grade 4 students participated in a Valentine’s Day outreach project to bless the residents of Union Gospel Mission. Each … Continued

Chapel Focus on Friendship

Jesus provides us with a commandment that captures the meaning of true discipleship in Luke 10:27 “. “ ‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your … Continued

Grade 9s Use Drafting Skills to Help Kids with Disabilities

Nick Janzen’s Semester 1 Grade 9 drafting students took part in three Youth Making Change workshops, putting their drafting skills into action to help children with disabilities. The workshops complimented … Continued

January 2024

Students Shine at Annual Jazz Café

Our Grade 7-12 Jazz bands and Vocal Jazz ensembles delighted guests at two sold out shows on January 18, 2024. They enjoyed a casual atmosphere while listening to student performances. … Continued

Beginner Band Development on Display

Middle Years band teacher Marla Friesen led our Grade 6 students through a Beginner Band Presentation on January 25. Our audience included parents and students in Grades 4 and 5. … Continued

Social Studies Teacher Motivates Students to Become Engaged Democratic Citizens

Social Studies Department Head and Grade 10-12 History and Global Issues teacher Mark Glor is passionate about helping his students engage with democracy in purposeful ways. Mr. Glor has been … Continued

Visual Arts Project Teaches Perspective

Grade 11s in Mrs. Candace Unrau’s art class are learning perspective while designing architectural drawings. Students have been tasked with drawing a 2-point perspective house of their choice. Drawings are … Continued

Structural Efficiency Learning in Middle Years

Our Grade 7s recently participated in a Bridge Building Competition. The STEM project helped students gain an understanding of structural efficiency and gave them the opportunity to test different building … Continued

December 2023

LCS Christmas Chapel Traditions

Our K-12 Christmas Chapel on December 22, 2023 included LCS traditions, students and staff in Christmas apparel, a new guest, Charlie Brown’s true meaning of Christmas and plenty of merriment! … Continued

Students Sing of the Light of the World

LCS students in Grades 5-8 performed for guests at their Christmas Choral Concert “Light of the World” on December 13, 2023. Guests heard from Middle Years choirs, Grade 7 and … Continued

“Hats Off” to Early Years

Early Years students delighted guests at our annual Christmas concert on December 7, 2023. Kindergarten and Grade 1 choirs sang “Play the Bells to Celebrate”, “Twinkle Christmas Star”, “I’d Like … Continued

November 2023

Prayers for Operation Christmas Child

Early Years students gathered and prayed a blessing over hundreds of Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes that will be delivered to children around the world in the weeks ahead. Our annual … Continued

Training in Artistic Excellence

Did you know that LCS offers an added value program that provides instruction in music, musical theatre and art? The School of Fine Arts (SOFA) offers expert instruction by gifted, … Continued