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Longmont Christian School
1440 Collyer Street
Longmont, CO 80501
Fax: 303-485-6937


The vision of Longmont Christian School is to be the premier Christian school in northern Colorado with a strong reputation as an active and recognized advocate for the community.

The mission of Longmont Christian School is to provide a community of educators, students and parents committed to excellence in academics, service, and biblical truth.  

What's Happening at LCS!

Now Enrolling for 2016/2017 School year!

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LCS Summer Football Workouts

Head Football Coach Anthony Barela will be working out the football players Monday, Wednesday, and Friday 4:30pm-6:30pm starting on June 6th.  Sessions will include weight lifting and football fundamentals for our high school team.  High School students will be preparing for the upcoming season in 6 man football. Summer workouts are the best way to build a program. This off season is CRUCIAL. If you have any questions about the coming high school season or any questions about 6 man football please contact Coach Barela at or (720)249-6772.

High School Girls Volleyball Camp

Volleyball Girls:

We are ​planning two volleyball camps this summer.  

July 18th - 21st 8 am - 12 pm

Our volleyball coach, Rose Cantrell, is opening this up to all all high school girls, both from LCS and other schools..  Coach Cantrell's phone number is 720-272-2706.  Please feel free to call her for more information.  Please print and complete the forms.  Both the forms and a check payable to LCS for $70 and should be given to coach on the first day of camp.

The camp will most likely be at LCS; however, we have requested another gym.  An email will go out once the location is determined.

Longmont Christian Summer Camp 2016

Tuesday, May 31st through Friday, August 5th   
Monday through Friday 7:30-5:30

Location: Longmont Christian School , 

National Day of Prayer 2016

Our students gathered in front of our school to participate in the National Day of Prayer.  They had a brief worship time and then spent time praying for our country, our leaders, schools, churches, and families.  

How wonderful it is to see our future leaders with heads bowed and hearts humbled before the Lord in prayer.  This is what separates Christian education from all others, by not only teaching strong academics, but also infusing spiritual leadership into the hearts of our students.   Order you child's lunch. 

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