Vision & Mission
The mission of Lenoir City Christian Academy is to partner with parents in the educational and discipleship journey of their children, engaging them in the Bible, establishing a Christian worldview, and equipping students to be life-long learners.
To provide students with Biblical training in the context of academic excellence.
To provide a loving and nurturing environment where children are able to strive.
Lenoir City Christian Academy exists to provide biblically centered and academically appropriate curriculum and instruction with the intention of equipping children to grow "in wisdom and stature, and in favor with God and man" (Luke 2:52). The curriculum, personnel, facilities, and daily operations are all determined with this goal in mind. Lenoir City Christian Academy exists to partner with parents in determining the best course in life for each child and cannot replace the responsibility of parents to raise children in the home where the love of God is taught and experienced.
Lenoir City Christian Academy addresses educational practices from a Christian perspective by allowing each student the opportunity to begin to understand themselves and the world from a biblical worldview. This process happens through a variety of academic and developmentally appropriate strategies which include both formal instruction and informal interaction. Formal instruction will include activities such as chapel, classroom academic instruction, and discovery centers. Classroom instruction is driven by the concept of biblical integration meaning that the truths of the Bible are woven throughout all teaching in order that children may see all truth is God's truth. Informal interaction is concerned with the day to day interaction between students and the teacher and peer to peer relationships. Personnel that demonstrate a Christian lifestyle and students that strive to follow an appropriate code of conduct are essential to the success of this part of education. Lenoir City Christian Academy intends to educate and care for the whole child and includes meeting the needs of each child spiritually, physically, mentally, emotionally, and socially.