Fifteen Little Rock Christian musicians have been named to the Arkansas State Band and Orchestra's All-Region (South Region) Orchestras. Several hundred students from central and south Arkansas auditioned for placement in an orchestra in September.
Because each student is a different, special, and extraordinary work of God, the goal of the High School curriculum is to prepare students for the future as well as minister to the whole student. This goal is pursued through a diverse and rigorous academic program bolstered by a strong foundation in Biblical Worldview.
During their time in high school, students have the opportunity to challenge themselves with 13 Advanced Placement (AP) classes and a number of advanced courses like engineering and honors foreign language.
The curriculum recognizes that the student is more than just an academic and boasts a wide range of artistic and athletic offerings. The high school curriculum encourages students to embrace their interests and pursue a total education through programs like January Term and a wide array of extracurricular groups and activities.
DR. JUSTIN SMITH, ED.D
Six LRCA Warriors received National Christian School Athletic Association (NCSAA) awards for their outstanding performances during the 2018-19 school year. “Athleticism is a gift – a talent shaped by hard work, an opportunity to honor God and a responsibility to use well for the joy of others. We rejoice with our athletes,” says LRCA Head of School Dr. Gary Arnold.
Congratulations to three Little Rock Christian seniors who have been named National Merit Scholars, representing the nation's top students in the Class of 2020.
Warrior Mom Dr. Andersson tells the story of God’s healing and all she learned through the extreme pain and anxiety of a terminal diagnosis.
Fifty-eight of LRCA’s students and graduates have earned the designation of AP Scholar by the College Board in recognition of their exceptional achievement on college-level Advance Placement Program (AP) Exams taken last May.