High School at LCS begins with relationship! Our teachers pour into students daily to infuse their lives academically and spiritually!
LCS offers a robust education for all high school students preparing them for their future while giving them the chance to be part of a community.
Loudonville Christian School has equipped me with the tools necessary to succeed in life. As a student in college, I feel well prepared for the next level and beyond.
University in the Classroom
LCS has Dual Enrollment agreements with SUNY Albany (Albany.edu) and Davis College (Davisny.edu). Dual Enrollment refers to programs where students can be enrolled in two separate, academically related institutions with the goal of gaining college credit. At LCS, classes taught for college credit are conducted on our campus and instructed by our qualified faculty. Students who participate in University in the Classroom can earn between 24-41 credits towards college.
For course offering and additional information, click here: College Credits in High School
Students in grades 10-12 who have been enrolled at Loudonville Christian School for at least one semester and who have earned a cumulative GPA of at least 3.5 will be invited to apply for admission into the Ambassador Chapter of the National Honor Society. Students who qualify academically will be asked to complete an activity form which will then be presented to the faculty council, who will determine admission based on the NHS pillars of Scholarship, Character, Leadership, and Service. The faculty council encourages the students to show involvement, leadership, and service in a variety of school activities, in addition to their community involvement.
Students who are members of National Honor Society and fail to maintain the standards set by the society (including their grades and involvement levels) may be dismissed from the National Honor Society.
Students wishing to gain work experience in a field of interest or study may apply to participate in the student internship program. This opportunity is meant to help the student in their future career or interests. Assistance for obtaining an approved internship is available through the internship supervisor. Approval of internships must take place before the first day of classes during the student's senior year.
Students taking the internship in place of a math course are required to complete 165 hours of work during the course of the year. Students taking the internship in place of a science course are required to complete 231 hours of work during the course of the year. The student is responsible for keeping track of the number of hours and for keeping a journal with weekly (at minimum) entries detailing on-the-job activities. An evaluation form will be presented to the field supervisor who will rate the intern in several areas at the end of each marking period.
For additional and detailed information, check out our Parent Student Handbook