Whether debating political events, studying God’s creation through biology, or reviewing the highs and lows of history, we challenge students to develop a biblical worldview in every context.
Our students participate in weekly chapel gatherings that include worshiping Jesus together and listening to relevant teaching from the Bible. Students are also assigned mentor groups where they are discipled on a day-to-day basis.
Whether on a basketball court or during rehearsal for an upcoming play or concert, we recognize and teach students that God is present in all of it.
A COMMUNITY OF FAITH
Teacher Student Mentorship
Our teachers understand students are watching and we do our best to model what a life rooted in Christ looks like through our actions as well as in personal conversations and small groups.
Our desire is to see students discipling other students. Our Bible buddies program and peer Bible studies provide unique opportunities for older students to pour into younger students.
A LIFESTYLE OF SERVICE
In partnership with local organizations, we ensure each student graduates with at least 100 hours of serving the surrounding community.
Wherever we go, our faith comes with us. Whether on a Right to Life march or on a missions trip to cities like Chicago, opportunities are explored wherever our students might be.
SEE FOR YOURSELF
Get connected with us and see first-hand why families choose Lakewood Park Christian School for their children.
At Lakewood Park Christian School we welcome and embrace cultural diversity, and we are thankful to God for the rich heritages represented by each family in our school. Therefore we do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, nationality or ethnic origin in our admissions policies, scholarships, and athletic programs or any school-administered activity.