Honors Convocation


Departmental Awards

Math, Science, English, Social Studies, World Language, Biblical Worldview

Departmental Honors

·         Influences positively the classroom environment

·         Contributes significantly in learning activities

·         Learns from setbacks

·         Assumes ownership over their own learning and actions

·         Exemplifies a high level of scholarship

Distinguished Scholar

·         Displays all of the above traits

·         Demonstrates a special aptitude for the subject AND/OR

·         Exhibits specific traits of a lifelong learner in this subject evidenced by

·         Asking good questions

·         Self-directing their learning

·         Confronting challenges

·         Thinking deeply about their subject

·         Exuding passion in their learning journey

Reach/Arete/Legacy (sometimes named after a distinguished former faculty leader) 

·         Displays all of the above traits

·         Possesses a degree of je ne sais quoi that sets them apart from peers

·         Pursues excellence in the subject

AP Scholar

Granted to students who receive scores of 3 or higher on three or more AP Exams.

AP Scholar with Honor

Granted to students who receive an average score of at least 3.25 on all AP Exams taken, and scores of 3 or higher on four or more of these exams.

AP Scholar with Distinction

Granted to students who receive an average score of at least 3.5 on all AP Exams taken, and scores of 3 or higher on five or more of these exams. 

Roger Yancey Lead the Way Award (2 seniors, 1 male 1 female)

·         Serves and/or leads energetically, above and beyond the call of duty

·         Demonstrates extraordinary character and integrity

·         Leads the way for those yet to come

·         Maintains a strong presence in the LRCA community

Triquetra Award (2 seniors, 1 male, 1 female)

·         Achieves a strong record of participation and/or accomplishment in the Triquetra of Academics, Arts, and Athletics

·         Record spans 2 or more years of high school at LRCA

·         Represents LRCA well in each area

Warrior Award (1 female 1 male per grade level)

·         Award represents the highest achievement of an LRCA student

·         Students are nominated based on observation of all the following:

·         Strong work ethic

·         Maturity in fair and unfair circumstances alike

·         Respect for authority

·         Care for the world, property, and environment around them

·         Honor, grace, and regard for peers and underclassmen

·         Openness to instruction, criticism, change, and challenge

·         Submission of their will for the influence of Christ through just actions, love of mercy, and humility in their daily walk.


Additional Student Awards

Teacher Awards