We desire to facilitate the development of each student in a manner that is consistent with God’s purpose and plan. On a spiritual level, this begins with a personal relationship with Christ and continues as students learn from the Word of God and gain an understanding of the gifts, talents, and abilities that God has given to them. On a social level, this involves the practical implementation of a Christian worldview, which is gained through instruction and following the example of Godly behavior modeled by faculty and staff. On an academic level, it involves the student reaching their full educational potential through the development of the necessary academic skill set to achieve educational goals. At the heart of the Student Development Program is a focus on making disciples of our Lord Jesus Christ. It is our desire to partner with like-minded parents/families in the development of their students.
NHS (9th-12th Grade) & NJHS (7th-8th Grade)
The National Honor Society and the National Junior Honor Society are prestigious organizations that recognize well-rounded students who excel academically and display leadership, character, and a heart of service. Like NHS, NJHS is a distinctive multifaceted learning experience that provides a solid and meaningful foundation for life. Membership in the Lanham Christian chapter of the National Honor Society & National Junior Honor Society provides each individual the opportunity to grow spiritually, to take up the mantle of leadership within the LC student body, and to serve others both within and outside the LC community.
From Left to Right: Daniel Musa, David Miller, Khloie Dela Pena, Kirsten Butler, and Jayden Brown.
From Left to Right: Mia Thurman, Brittany Pender, Alexandra Boyce, Victoria Akundo Otuonye-Otis, Danielle Cash, and Motunrayo Aduloju
From Left to Right: Brianna Gaither, Kelsey Dela Pena, and Rai Brown
Alpha, is a leadership seminar designed to develop Godly characteristics of influence within a core group of students at Lanham Christian. Students are chosen for the program by the administration based on their exemplary academic standing or because of leadership/Student Government positions already held. Successful completion of this course will enable students to hold upper-level student leadership positions at LC, positively impact their admittance to the LC chapter of the National Honor Society, be noted on each student’s official LC 9th-12th grade transcript, and provide a wealth of training designed to impact their world for the Kingdom.
Pictured on the left: the 2019-2020 Alpha students and Mr. Green volunteering at the Salvation Army Distribution Center in D.C. for Angel Tree
Every year, LCS has three major Community Giving events that enables our students and families to show the love of Jesus Christ by meeting the needs of our brothers and sisters. This year, with the help of our student’s families, we were able to provide Thanksgiving baskets and turkeys for 15 families in the community; filled and shipped 50 Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes for Samartian’s Purse; purchased gifts, such as dolls, toys and coats and bikes for 12 familes and their children to have an amazing Christmas; and volunteered at the Salvation Army’s Angel tree Sorting Facility. Additionally, we added more than 200 items to the Grace Church Food Pantry, and our Girls of Integrity performed at the Larkin Chase Center Retirement Home.
Pictured on the left: 2019 OPERATION CHRISTMAS CHILD SHOEBOX ASSEMBLY
The LCS Reading room is a fun and interactive way to keep kiddos busy and make reading more fun. Our amazing librarian Ms. Chambers, created a Read- Aloud Reading Time called THE READING ROOM.
This is a great place for your student to have a fun and exciting literary experience, and learn how to do a cool activity that goes along with the story.
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Are you curious and fun-loving? Then this literary experience is just for you! Come see what happens in Ada Twist, Scientist!
Location: 8400 Goodluck Rd, Lanham MD 20706
School Hours: M-F: 8am – 3pm
Lanham Christian School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. Lanham Christian School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.