• UPCOMING

  • 28 JUL

    Application Deadline (K-8)

    Last day for submitting applications for starting on the first day at Lansing Christian School for g ... more

  • 4 AUG

    Application Deadline (PreK)

    The last day to submit an application for starting on the first day of Lansing Christian School' ... more

  • 16 AUG

    New Family Orientation Night (K-8)

    New parents in grades K-8 are invited to spend some time learning more about the logistics of the up ... more

  • HIGHLIGHTS

  • Summer Hours

    Summer Hours

    The school office will be open Monday-Thursday from 8 a.m. until noon.

  • School Supplies

    School Supplies

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  • Open House + Ice Cream Social

    Open House + Ice Cream Social

    Monday, August 22, 7-8:30 pm

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  • July 25, 2016 Workshop Result

    Lansing Christian parents may want to explore this opportunity for their kids. Project Lead the Way (PLTW) is partnering with Verizon Learning Labs to host 60 minute labs for 8-12 year olds on 3-D design/printing, robotics, virtual reality, and app development at its Chicago store starting this Wednesday. Read more about it here: https://www2.pltw.org/e/82012/VZ-VIL-Labs-FAQ-Parents-v5-pdf/3185r1/213649178 Register here: https://www2.pltw.org/e/82012/2a9vAqT/3185qw/213649178 Required consent form here: https://www2.pltw.org/e/82012/ease-Statement-for-Minors--pdf/3185qy/213649178

  • July 24, 2016

    To the neighbors and friends of Lansing Christian School: Due to a miscommunication and misunderstanding, Lansing Christian School’s soccer field played host to a game this Sunday between the Soccer Club of Lansing and another team. For any inconvenience to our neighbors due to the number of cars parked on the street, I apologize for your troubles. About two weeks ago, a gentleman came and politely asked if he could use our soccer field for a friendly game on a weekend—no specific date or time. We don’t have restrictions on the use of our playground or outdoor facilities except that they can’t be used after dark. I said a game should be fine, but I asked that trash be picked up and that they respect any neighbor kids that may already be playing on the field. I didn’t quite catch the nuance that the word “friendly” has in soccer terminology. My assumption was that a group of about 20 people would play a casual game of soccer. However, “a friendly” implies a competitive game, but one that doesn’t count toward a team’s overall record. So there was a difference in assumptions between us. For my part, I should have asked more questions about the nature of the game and its impact on the neighborhood. But keep in mind that this was the Soccer Club of Lansing, an adult soccer team. Its players are also extended neighbors to Lansing Christian School. One man I talked with after the game, Andre, lives on State Line Avenue a few doors north of the school. He is a plumber and owns a fleet of five cabs…..maybe that explains the large number of cab cars parked around the school. He has lived there since 2008. Most of the other players on the Soccer Club of Lansing were residents of Lansing. Many were speaking French and have roots in the African nation of Cameroon. In the same way, in the last year or two we let some Lansing youth baseball teams do some early practices on our fields. In each of these cases, these are not parents at our school. But our school does serve as God’s light in this community which extends in small ways to residents of Lansing. So the Soccer Club of Lansing finished their game. They diligently picked up all the trash and water bottles they used on this hot afternoon. They brought out some brooms and swept up the pea gravel that had ventured from under the playground equipment to the parking lot. I am pretty sure our grounds look cleaner than when they started. We came to an understanding that the number of vehicles was hard on neighbors. They were very understanding and apologetic for any trouble they caused. Again, I am sorry for the inconvenience that was caused to any of our neighbors. I’ll ask more questions next time such a inquiry presents itself. Jon Postma, Principal

  • July 22, 2016 Bathroom Remodel 2016

    LANSING CHRISTIAN SCHOOL added 5 new photos to the album: Bathroom Remodel 2016.

  • July 18, 2016 A Pause for the Golf Outing

    Lansing Christian has typically held its golf outing the second Monday in August. This year, we are taking a pause for several reasons. Find out more about all that is happening at LCS. https://lansingchristian.wordpress.com/2016/07/15/a-pause-for-the-golf-outing/

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