How did LCA students wrap up 2019?

Our students shone in the Iowa Assessments, averaging individually in the 88th percentile nationally.  LCA students who tested in both 2018 and 2019 showed an average gain of 1.7 grades per year. We also had 7 students in grades 2-7 take the national HSK test in Chinese, a high-school test for Mandarin as a second language; they all scored 100% in one or both segments! We can’t wait to see what accomplishments the new academic year holds!

 

So what’s in store for 2020?

High-quality education at the level that is both supportive and challenging.

Individualized assessment for each student, to determine placement at the appropriate level based on their subject-specific competency.

Small class sizes with lots of individual attention for each student.

Frequent mental breaks for recess, PE, and snacks to encourage better attention spans and quality learning time when in class.  They are also are emotionally supported by caring teachers and our strong anti-bullying policy.

Bonus! LCA students can arrive as early as 7:30 AM and stay as late as 5:30 PM, both for the convenience of working parents and for the students’ enrichment in after-school clubs and in socialization: win-win!


Join us for 2020!

If you have a child who will thrive in a challenging (but not overwhelming!) environment- we encourage you to explore the rest of our website and schedule a LCA visit to experience our school, meet with our Head of School, Lou Ellen Kay (Ph.D., Biology) and get to know our wonderful teachers!

Please note: there are still openings in kindergarten & grades 3-8, however grades 1 & 2 are projected to be nearly full!