A typical Day at LCA
A typical day begins at 8:20 at Liberty Christian Academy. Your first period class lasts from 8:20 to 9:10 unless you are on a special schedule for an activity planned later in the day. During your first period you will have prayer and a Pledge of Allegiance to the American Flag and to the Christian Flag. You will have seven classes (unless you’re a senior with early release) that are roughly fifty minutes each. Most of the time, students have five core classes and two electives. Depending on your schedule, you either have “A” or “B” lunch. “A” Lunch begins at 11:54 and ends at 12:24. “B” lunch begins at 12:46 and ends at 1:16. In between each class there is 5 minutes where the students can go to the restroom and switch items at their lockers to prepare for the next class.
The typical day for a 7th grade student at LCA starts when the bell rings at 8:20. The student starts off their first period class with the pledges and a teacher or student led prayer. Attendance will be taken and then the teacher will begin the lesson for that class period. Each student has 7 class periods excluding lunch, with each period being around 50 minutes. Like the high school, LCA’s middle school students also has five minutes between classes to go retrieve items from their lockers and use the restroom before arriving at their next class. Students go to four classes before lunch at 11:54. The seventh grade class eats together in the second floor cafeteria. The school day ends, along with the high school at three o’clock.
A typical day of for a LCA fourth grader begins at 8:20. Students come in and start the day off with morning work and the pledges to the Bible and to the Christian and American flags. Once they are done with their morning work, they will switch classes with an adjacent classroom and begin a new area of instruction. They may read (as a class) a book of the teachers choosing.