Lancaster County Christian School

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Lancaster County Christian School
Address
2390 New Holland Pike, Lancaster PA 17601

Lancaster
, ,
17601

United States
Coordinates40°1′33″N 76°15′50″W / 40.02583°N 76.26389°W / 40.02583; -76.26389Coordinates: 40°1′33″N 76°15′50″W / 40.02583°N 76.26389°W / 40.02583; -76.26389
Information
TypePrivate, coeducational
Religious affiliation(s)Christian
Founded2010
FounderDr.Botta
PrincipalElementary Principal: Lori Sparks Secondary Principal: Botta Richardson
Head of schoolMr. Samuel Botta
GradesPreschool - 12th Grade
Average class size15
Color(s)Blue and white          
AthleticsPennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association
Athletics conferenceCommonwealth Christian Athletic Conference
SportsBoys: soccer, golf, basketball, baseball Girls: soccer, golf, basketball
MascotLion
Team nameLions
AccreditationAssociation of Christian Schools International

Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools [1]

National Association for University Model Schools
AffiliationAssociation of Christian Schools International
Mid-Atlantic Christian Schools Association
Middle States Association
National Institute for Learning Development
National Association of Secondary School Principals
Website

Lancaster County Christian School (LCCS) is a private, non-denominational Christian school in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, United States. It was founded in 2010, with the merger of Lancaster Christian School (founded in 1954) and Living Word Academy (founded in 1981). Lancaster County Christian School offers educational options for preschool through 12th grade.[2]

Lancaster County Christian School's faith-based curriculum includes the inerrancy of the Bible, the triune nature of God, creationism, the divinity and virgin birth of Jesus Christ, a sola fide soteriology, and the ministry of the Holy Spirit.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Lancaster County Christian School. "About LCCS: School profile". Retrieved 2010-09-03.
  2. ^ Lancaster County Christian School. "About LCCS: History". Retrieved 2010-09-03.
  3. ^ Lancaster County Christian School. "About LCCS: Statement of Faith". Retrieved 2010-09-03.

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