Life Center Academy
|Life Center Academy|
|2045 Burlington-Columbus Road
Burlington, NJ 08016
|Motto||Quality Education in a Christian Environment|
|Religious affiliation(s)||Assemblies of God|
|Headmaster||Dr. Bryan Sanders|
|Chaplain||Rev. Matt Boudwin, upper school|
|Student to teacher ratio||13.2:1|
|Campus||61 acres (250,000 m2)|
|Color(s)||Red, white and black|
|Athletics conference||Penn-Jersey Athletic Association|
The school is associated with the Assemblies of God church, Fountain of Life Center. The Headmaster is Dr. Bryan Sanders. The school is divided into three sections: Little Angel Preschool, the Elementary, which contains the students from Kindergarten to 6th grade; and the Upper School, which contains the students from 7th to 12th grade. Cindy O'Neill is the Director of the Preschool, Robert Newman is Dean of Students, and Norman Davis is Assistant Dean of Students.
Athletic Director: Tammy Nowicki
School colors: red, white, and black
School mascot: The Warrior
Athletic Association: Penn-Jersey Athletic Association
- Juliet Richardson (born 1980), singer
- Maria Rodriguez-Gregg (born 1981), member of the New Jersey General Assembly who represents the 8th Legislative District
- LaQuinton Ross (born 1991), American basketball player for Hapoel Eilat of the Israeli Basketball Premier League
- Dion Waiters (born 1991), basketball player for the Miami Heat; played college basketball for Syracuse
- Hafetz, David. "Ambitious 17-year-old Proves She's In A Class By Herself", The Philadelphia Inquirer, May 17, 1997. Accessed May 13, 2011. "Today, Richardson graduates from Burlington County College with an associate's degree in liberal arts - just less than a month before she goes back to the Life Center Academy in Burlington Township to claim her high school diploma."
- Dion Waiters - 2011-12 Men's Basketball, Syracuse Orange men's basketball. Accessed June 1, 2016. "Waiters competed at Life Center Academy (N.J.) as a junior and senior"
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