Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Are LCS teachers Christian?
A: Each LCS teacher and support staff must demonstrate a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and agree with the LCS Statement of Faith while employed at LCS.
Q: Is LCS associated with any other organizations?
A: LCS is a funded-independent Manitoba school that is a member of Manitoba Federation of Independent Schools (MFIS) and the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI).
Q: Is there a cafeteria or are there options for school lunches?
A: There is not a cafeteria at LCS. Twice a month, there are hot lunches available to purchase. Usually, on the second Friday of the month, there is a hot dog lunch. On Chapel Fridays, our local grocery store makes pizzas for lunch. Families are put onto a rotation to help with these lunches. The families are welcome to join their children for lunch on these days.
Q: What do you do for Physical Education activities?
A: Our school has a very large property. On our schoolyard, we have a baseball diamond, soccer field, basketball court, two play structures, a sliding hill, and much open space. We have a multi-purpose room that is used for smaller gym activities. We also do a variety of activities in our community. Classes go to a local church once a week to use their gym, ice skate at the Shamrock Centre in the winter, and students take six weeks of swimming lessons in spring.
Q: What curriculum is taught at LCS?
A: LCS teaches the Manitoba curriculum with biblical integration from a Christian worldview. All provincial assessments are required to be completed by the students, including the Grade 12 Provincial Math and ELA final exams.