UPDATE: The Lady Warriors basketball team will play Jonesboro for the 5A state title at 6 p.m. on Friday, March 8, at the Hot Springs Convention Center in the Bank of the Ozarks Arena, formerly known as the Summit Arena. The Warriors advanced to the championship game by defeating Greenwood 85-56 in the semi-finals on Saturday afternoon, bringing their overall record to 28-2. This is the second time the Lady Warriors have reached the title match; they lost to Greenwood by one point (42-41) in the 2010 5A State Championship. Friday's game will not be broadcast on Warriorvision, but will be televised on AETN.
Wild About Warriors is set for Saturday, March 9 from 3-6 p.m. The annual fund-raising event will have activities for all ages, including a laser tag arena, gaming truck, Kanakuk stations, carnival games, food concessions, a DJ, petting zoo, Fine Arts performances, a silent auction and more. Many of the games and activities at Wild about Warriors are free; however, armbands are available for $10 each, which will give students access t5o laser tag, the video game truck, and more activities at the indoor facility. High school students who are willing to volunteer to work a booth at the festival will receive a free armband to enjoy during the second half of the event. Contact Mr. Salman to sign up to volunteer. Click here (wild about warriors) for more information or contact Megan Garrison, PTF president, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The men's swim team, coached by Brian Gibson, made history recently by winning their first ever 5A State Championship. Little Rock Christian took first place with 248 points, 34 points more than the second place team. The Combined men's and women's teams broke a total of 12 school records at the meet. The men's team broke a state record and received 28 medals, including two gold relay medals and two individual gold medals.
On Monday, February 4, 2019, 63 Little Rock Christian high school students competed at the District 5 FBLA Spring Conference hosted by the University of Central Arkansas. The students competed in 42 events and placed in at least the top 6 in 26 of them. LRCA was also awarded the top school for district membership.
Five LRCA Warriors are set to sign with NCAA Division I, II, III and NAIA institutions. The athletic signing ceremony is at 9:40 a.m., Wednesday, February 6, in Warrior Hall on the Little Rock Christian Academy campus at 19010 Cantrell Road.
Four LRCA Warriors are set to sign with NCAA Division 1 colleges. The athletic signing ceremony is at 9:40 a.m., Wednesday, November 14, in Warrior Hall on the Little Rock Christian Academy campus at 19010 Cantrell Road.