Performing on the heels of the recent high school fall play, the sixth grade drama students will debut “12 Angry Pigs” at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 8 in Warrior Hall. As in "12 Angry Jurors," the play centers around a trial, but the one on trial in this production is the Big Bad Wolf. The one-act play, directed by Hollie Shepherd, will also be performed at 2:15 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 9. Admission is free.
The annual powder puff football game is Tuesday, Nov. 6 at 7 p.m. on Warrior Field, and the class of 2019 is hoping to take home first place honors for the third consecutive year. The Freshmen will play the Sophomores in the first game followed by a battle between the Juniors and Seniors. The winners of the first two contests will face each other in the championship game to wrap up the evening. Tickets are $3 for students and $5 for adults with proceeds going to support the Junior/Senior Prom.
Warrior basketball starts up again Friday, Nov. 2 with the annual Blue/White games in Warrior Gym. First tip-off will be at 5 p.m. for the 7th grade girls, followed by the 7th grade boys, 8th grade girls and boys and 9th grade girls and boys. The Varsity Girls are scheduled to take on their dads starting at 7:30 p.m., and the Varsity Boys will scrimmage at 8 p.m. Games will consist of two 15-minute quarters, and teams will play back-to-back. Admission is free.
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.
Seventeen members of the LRCA choir received All Region Choir honors at the competition held in Mayflower last week. Students auditioned for select positions from among 200 individuals from across the region by performing specific musical selections as well as a sight reading piece for a panel of judges. Students placing in the top 20 chairs for each classification are qualified to audition for the all state choir, including Grace Caroline Gardner, Meg Sinha, Emma Knecht and Lyndsey Gardner.
Little Rock Christian Academy was visited by the Governor appointed Arkansas School Safety Commission on October 19th. The commission visited for the purpose of learning what the school is doing in the way of student and campus safety as well as to share best practices in student safety.