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.
We love God.
We honor others.
We value ourselves.
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.
Background and Purpose
Longmont Christian School began in 1993 when a pastor and a group of parents believed there was a better way to educate children. Since its inception, the goal of Longmont Christian has been to be distinctively Christian in our approach to education. LCS is an independent, non-denominational school governed by a Board of Trustees. A loving and devoted faculty is committed to teaching each subject matter from a biblical worldview. Teachers regularly pray for students and facilitate opportunities for students to share their concerns and pray for each other.
LCS began in a converted church building in downtown Longmont and stayed at that location for 20 years. We were able to move to a "new" school building in August of 2012. Our facility sits on 8 acres and has plenty of grass, and great playground equipment.
We believe that a Christian education is a result of all knowledge being measured against and integrated with the Word of God and a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
We believe that a Christian education should be seen as a three-stranded cord with the parents, school, and church all playing integral roles.
We believe that God created us to be connected relationally to Him (spiritually), others (socially), ourselves (intellectually), and our world (culturally). Our students must receive training in all these areas in order for them to grow into the persons God designed them to be. We believe that providing academic excellence with a biblical worldview gives a young person the opportunity to live and serve successfully as a Christian in a fallen world.
A new commandment I give you: Love one another; as I have loved you, so must you love one another. By this all men will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another. John 13: 34-35
The law was given through Moses; grace and truth came through Jesus Christ. John 1:17
Whatever you do, work at it with your whole heart, as working for the Lord, not for men.
And you yourself must be an example to them by doing good works of every kind. Let everything you do reflect the integrity and seriousness of your teaching. Titus 2:7