Warrior Blitz offers an opportunity for everyone to be a part of the celebration of giving. 100% participation from parents of elementary, middle school, junior high and high school students will help reach this year's Warrior Blitz goal -- 600 Families and $170,000.
Moms in Prayer will meet weekly on Wednesday at 8:15am for one hour. Location is the Warrior Hall Conference Room. This group will be praying specifically for our kids and LRCA faculty and staff.
A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away...Check out all the "Star Warriors" details on the Homecoming webpage. Get ready for a great week! #LRCAhomecoming
The Office of College Guidance will host meetings for parents of juniors or seniors the week of September 18th. Located in the High School's Academic Research Center, meetings will be held separately for parents of juniors and parents of seniors, and will cover action items specific to their student's grade...
Parents of Elementary aged students are encouraged to read this message from the Elementary Nurses. Included are nursing office information and return to school guidelines ...
Thank you for your participation making our first month go so smoothly! We appreciate the families who have actively adhered to the speed limit and no cell phone usage campus policies. Our school is fortunate to provide an education on such a beautiful campus and safety will always be our top priority. Please remember to abide by the following rules for the safety of our students.
Following two amazing victories, the Varsity Warriors host their first home football game of the season this Friday Night against the Harrison Goblins!
On the latest post to the Warriorville Roundtable, learn about Coach Cohu's philosophy and why, to him, football is more than just a game.
COLLEGE GUIDANCE: It's an exciting month in the College Guidance department. To keep up with the fast pace, follow them on Twitter @ LRCAguidance or the College Guidance webpage. A few highlights for September include:
Author: Dr. Justin Smith - LRCA Head of Upper School/ Vice President
For several years I have had a burden on my heart regarding the best ways to support parents as they navigate the murky waters of raising teenagers. Having spent nearly half of my life working with adolescents, I have seen first-hand the results of effective and ineffective parenting. As we begin a mutual journey this fall, I would like to share with our community some ideas to help us paddle out of the murkiness into the clarity of effective parenting.