Facts and Highlights
The school was opened in 1980 with 35 students and has grown to over 550. Located on a 30-acre campus ten miles northwest of downtown Fort Worth, the school draws students from a wide geographical area and a variety of church backgrounds. LCCS is committed to preparing students for life with a purpose. Developing Christian character and infusing academic excellence with Christian principles are goals of LCCS.
Total Enrollment 561
Middle School 178
High School 167
Maximum class section size in middle and high school: 22-24
We offer a strong college prep core curriculum. Our students consistently score above national averages on both the SAT and ACT and are offered outstanding scholarship opportunities. LCCS students attend colleges and universities across the United States (see list of college acceptances).
Weekly chapels are attended by all students and include worship, encouraging messages. In intermediate, middle, and high school there are often guest speakers in chapel. The entire school serves on campus and in the community each fall during a special service fundraiser, LCCS IN ACTION. High school students volunteer thousands of hours of community service each year and serve on mission trips all over the world. Middle school students partner with high school for canned food drives for area food banks. Elementary school students support Mission India with their chapel offerings and make blessing bags to support students at another local elementary school.
All grade levels participate in programs designed to promote leadership. High school co-curricular activities include student government, National Honor Society, and academic and art competitions through the Association of Christian School International (ACSI) and the Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools (TAPPS). The Fine Arts Department produces a Broadway musical and a play each year and participates in band, choir, and art competitions through ACSI, TPSMEA, ATSSB, and TAPPS. LCCS has a complete varsity athletics program with competition through TAPPS 4A and Div. III classifications.
Lake Country Christian School is fully accredited by ACSI (Association of Christian Schools International) and Cognia (SACS-CASI). Both carry the approval of the state of Texas through the Texas Private School Accreditation Commission (TEPSAC).