Stuff the Bus Report
The Bus Has Been Stuffed
Lake Center Family,
Thank you for your support for the Stuff the Bus Campaign. We asked you to finish strong and we were not disappointed. Our families combined to amass over 8,250 cans of food for the Akron-Canton Regional Food Bank. That’s enough food to supply over 5,500 meals for struggling families in Stark County.
Thank you also for the incredible support of our high school students’ efforts to support Lifeline Christian Missions, providing nutritious meals that are shipped around the globe to children and families who struggle with hunger and malnutrition. To date our students have raised over $2500 which translates into over 8,100 family meals. That’s truly incredible. We will continue this collection for Lifeline through our senior’s last day of school.
These collections demonstrate once again that Lake Center is a caring, Christian community that reflects the love and compassion of Christ. As always, these collections have been exciting, fun events for all. Can’t wait to see what we do next year.
Well done LCCS
Grace to you,
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What We Believe
We believe in a Biblical worldview. Students will learn to demonstrate an understanding and discernment of the Bible, the plan of salvation and it’s permeation into daily living and decision making. We teach students to use Biblical worldview to analyze content, to think critically about problems and solutions, and make decisions.
We want to develop students that are able to engage with and articulate Biblical worldview to believers and non-believers alike. We believe that it’s through this understanding of the Bible that students will grow in their personal relationship with Christ.
At Lake Center, students are prepared in academic disciplines as well as skill in critical thinking and problem-solving. They are taught to be productive, responsible, and dependent on Christ as well as can read, write, speak, and listen with purpose.
Students learn to evaluate, analyze, and communicate the validity of information and it’s relation to Truth. They will be taught to value academic honesty and integrity while pursuing wisdom, knowledge, and understanding as a life practice/pattern.
We want students that after graduation have goals and plans for life beyond and outside of Lake Center.
We teach students to know, understand, and apply Scripture as the authority for establishing priorities for all areas of life. We want them to speak life and understand the power and value of their words.
Students will learn to cultivate a life of faith and love within their families, communities, workplaces as well as developing a desire to glorify God in everything they do, even viewing work as worship to God.
We want students that will practice restorative justice, love mercy, walk justly and exercise a voice in current culture.
Education at Lake Center Christian School is realized in several ways. Students are taught to know God through His revealed truth in the person of Jesus Christ as recorded in the Bible, the final authority for faith and life, and through discoverable truth in His creation. Students are encouraged by teachers, who exemplify a life-style of commitment to Christ, to respond to God as the Holy Spirit calls them. Students are guided in glorifying God by developing concepts and skills which will enable them to realize their potential in loving God, in enjoying His world, and in serving others.
Education results in the growth of the whole person. Lake Center Christian School aims to develop the potential of its students through goals for spiritual and moral growth, personal and social growth, intellectual growth, and health and physical growth.
At Lake Center we disciple students to participate in spreading the Gospel and discipling others as well as willingly participate in service opportunities.
We want young men and women who take initiative to improve the lives of others, think globally, and care for God’s creation. They are taught to understand and willingly use spiritual gifts and talents while developing useful skills.
We want them to apply innovative thinking to build and create as well as display servant leadership in the home, church, and workforce display a grateful heart.
We aspire to develop young men and women who understand that all people are created in the image of God. Students are also taught to value people’s differences (i.e. cultural, academic, racial, socioeconomic) treat others with grace, respect, and dignity.
We teach them to value the creativity and talents of others as well as the importance of community and living in unity. We show students how to not only recognize but also deal with prejudice.
We want well-rounded students that appreciate the arts, literature, science, mathematics, and athletics as well as those who excel in and contribute to these areas.