Spiritual Life

Every school influences its children spiritually, whether they realize it or not. At Lake Center, every class is taught from a Bible-based, Christ-centered perspective. We equip students with a biblical worldview that teaches them to say yes to God and empowers them to influence their world for His Kingdom.  

Through the day-to-day process of discipleship and Christian education, and special events designed to encourage personal decisions and heart change, Lake Center’s programs demonstrate that a Christ-centered life is exciting and fulfilling. It’s our mission to partner with Christian parents and their churches to influence this generation to serve Christ with the passion the cross deserves.

Spiritual Emphasis

Bible Classes

Elementary Bible classes are age appropriate and exciting and build upon prior learning to lead the students toward spiritual maturity.
Secondary Bible classes vary from Old and New Testament overview to Hermeneutics and Apologetics with a dozen more between.

Students Attending School Chapel Service

Chapel Program

Chapel programs are held weekly for all grade levels and are considered part of the Bible curriculum. Students also have an opportunity to plan Chapels, lead worship and provide teaching. Visitors are welcomed and encouraged to attend.

Students Attending School Worship Service

Spiritual Emphasis Week

Throughout the school year, additional growth opportunities are offered to secondary students. Spiritual Emphasis Weeks are featured in the spring and the fall in order to unite the student body in a spirit of worship and common goal.

Service & Missions

At LCCS, we value service to Christ. Each grade is encouraged to adopt one service project each year. These projects often include various clothing and food drives.

Local Service​

Each week elementary students donate nonperishable food and clothing items for students in need at a public elementary school in Akron, Ohio.

High school students often plan worship, skits and messages that offer hope to residents of Harvest Home, a ministry of Haven of Rest in Akron, Ohio.

Two Students Donating Food

National/International Service​

Each year, a group of juniors and seniors serve on a mission team ministering to an isolated Haitian community in the Dominican Republic. LCCS is partnering with this village to improve their living conditions, through water purification, construction of latrines, and solid waste disposal sites. We also assist the families with basic necessities including food, clothing and medical care.

Each spring, high school students participate in Mini-Term, in which students explore an area of interest outside of the normal school program. Each Mini-term has a service component where students serve in soup kitchens, homeless shelters, construction projects, and even minister the Gospel in churches and youth centers. Locations have included Chicago, New York, Appalachia, Louisiana, and Mexico.

Students on School Trip to Dominican Republic

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