LCS Expected Student Outcomes


"Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength and with all your mind and Love your neighbor as yourself."  Luke 10:27


Emotional Domain

At Longmont Christian School, we expect our students to:


  1. Discover and understand their uniqueness and to esteem themselves as individually crafted by God.  

  2. Grow in their ability to express both positive and negative emotions in an acceptable way with appropriate language.  

  3. Develop confidence in themselves and in their abilities while remaining humble enough to remember that they are children of God and servants of Christ.  

  4. Be tolerant and accepting of others who are different from themselves.  

  5. Understand when to ask for help in dealing with their own or a peer’s emotional issues when those issues exceed what they are able to handle on their own.

  6. Make Godly choices, recognize the relationship between choices and consequences, and take responsibility for their own choices.  


Physical Domain

At Longmont Christian School, we expect our students to:


  1. Be prepared to practice the principles of healthy, moral family living.

  2. Understand that work has dignity as an expression of the nature of God and that our bodies should be used to accomplish the good works that God has ordained for each of us to do.

  3. Treat their body as the temple of the Holy Spirit concerning decisions regarding  nutrition, fitness, lifestyle and stewardship by asking, “Does this glorify God in my body?”

  4. Develop physical skills according to their individual abilities.


Social Domain

At Longmont Christian School, we expect our students to:


  1. Accept, honor, and serve one another while in their school community.

  2. Understand the importance of and be actively involved in a church community, serving God and others.

  3. Embrace and practice justice, mercy, and peacemaking in their family and social spheres.

  4. Value and engage in appropriate social and civic activities.

  5. Work effectively, with respect and integrity, as leaders and participants in group settings.


Intellectual (Academic) Domain

At Longmont Christian School, we expect our students to:


  1. Be well prepared for college through academic achievement.

  2. Pursue excellence in all academic areas while developing a Christian worldview.

  3. Use critical thinking to process information and to problem-solve.

  4. Develop understanding and appreciation for cultures and people of all backgrounds and origins.

  5. Know how to utilize resources to find, analyze, and assess information.



Spiritual Domain

At Longmont Christian School, we expect our students to:


  1. Desire and commit to a growing, vibrant, personal relationship with Jesus Christ.

  2. Develop intimate times with Jesus Christ including prayer, worship, and devotional reading.

  3. Have an intimate, sustaining knowledge of and reliance upon God’s Word.

  4. Begin to apply biblical principles as the basis for their life choices.

  5. Discover their value and worth as sons and daughters of the King.

  6. Discover their God-given abilities and talents as issuing from this place of worth and security in Christ.

  7. Be empowered by the Holy Spirit to pursue a life of faith, goodness, kindness, self-control, perseverance, godliness, and love.