We love LCA. The students are loved and cherished. The teachers always go the extra mile. The parents at LCA are just like one big family. You need to come visit the school!
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Posted by a parent on 04/23/14
This school is all about nepotism. If you are related to a faculty member you can get away with anything. My child was bullied at this school and nothing was done because the bully was the son of a faculty member and the other bully's dad was a known big money contributor. If you aren't related to a
... Read more faculty member or donate money to the school, then you child will not be treated fairly. I even tried to go over the teachers and talk to the principal. My child was blamed and now my child has self esteem issues and thinks there is something wrong with them. Read less
Posted by a parent on 03/04/14
My Child had the greatest experience& has now gone on to College. The teachers are great & the band program director is the best.
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Posted by a parent on 08/05/10
When I worked at this school, I had nothing to great things to say about the entire staff and administration. With the exception of one teacher who was fired for conduct unbecoming of someone in their position, the staff is above par. As a parent, my daughter had the best teachers, and had we not moved
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Posted by a other on 12/13/08
I love this school. I am currently going to it. I have an awesome teacher named Ms.Fischer. She is excellent in all she does. I don't know what idiot said that 'as a teacher i hated it.' and stuff, but I can tell you that it is a wonderful school. The principal, Mr.Motes is very kind and strict, I enjoy
... Read more him as my History teacher. A girl named Cierra and I are at the top of our class. This is not a bad school, it is awesome. I understand that not all students are well behaved, but at least they try. You need this review from a current students perspective. (I being a current student.) Read less
Posted by a student on 10/10/08
Please be careful! My child attended this school for four years...only to find out that he is not at the level that he should have been. After having him tested, we realized that he was at least one grade behind...Of course we could not tell this from his report cards from LCA.
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Posted by a parent on 09/12/08
I am a graduate of the class of 2004 from LCA and also a 2008 college graduate. I went on full scholarship to my college and entirely grateful for what I learned at LCA. I would definitely send my children there in a heart beat. While LCA may not have the finest facilities, the people care and the curricular
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Posted by a student on 07/09/08
My son has been attending Lithia Christian since kindegarten in 2002 - 2003 school year. He has grown and matured so well! I believe that LCA does a great job in working with each individual child to help them be the best they can be! The teachers communicate successes and areas for improvement and
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Posted by a parent on 06/18/08
The school has indeed been accredited for the last two school years. The school is like one big family and my daughter is truly very happy there. Her academics are above par, and her teachers push her to be all she can be and not settle for less. She is just leaving second grade and is reading beyond
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Posted by a parent on 05/31/08
My daughter attended this school in 2005-2006. I noticed that her reading was not on the level as the kindergartener in public schools and this was suppose to be a 'private school'. At that time the school was trying to get there acreditation and they still haven't been acreditated yet. I immediately
... Read more pulled her out and enrolled her in a public school. I also had to enroll her in a program called Kumon to get her on track with her reading. She is doing excellent in her reading now. I wonder what her education would have been if I never pulled her out this school. They need to close this school down. Another parent that child attended this school we started talking and her child was experiencing the same thing and she pulled her daughter out as well. Read less
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Lithia Springs schools — Lithia Christian Academy is located at 2548 Vulcan Dr, Lithia Springs GA 30122. 2548 Vulcan Dr is in the 30122 ZIP code in Lithia Springs, GA Lithia Christian Academy is a Private school that serves grade levels K - 12.
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