Frequently Asked Questions:

Q:  How does your school balance academics, arts, and athletics?

A:  From the youngest preschooler to the graduating senior, every effort is made to help students develop and explore their God-given talents and abilities in order to thrive beyond the gates of Warriorville.  Devoted faculty and staff create a culture of academic rigor characterized by challenging and engaging lessons in order to foster understanding and enjoyment.  Intriguing and ambitious Fine Arts offerings span the grades through Studio, Instrumental, Theatre, and Vocal Arts.  The Warrior Athletic program has won numerous state and conference titles in almost every sport and is recognized as one of the best overall athletic programs in Arkansas.  

 

Q:  How does LRCA address school safety?

A:  LRCA has a gated campus with controlled access through manned gatehouse, cameras, and license plate reader. A full-time security staff works alongside off-duty city and  county police officer patrol.

 

Q:  How is your school accredited?

A:  Arkansas Nonpublic School Accrediting Association, Council of Educational Standards and Accountability, Association of Christian Schools International, and Southern Association of Independent Schools

 

Q:  What does tuition include?

A:  Tuition covers…

-The direct cost of teachers and administration salaries, benefits, and professional growth (84% of operating costs)

-The direct cost of instruction including textbooks, learning devices, supplies, fine arts and athletics (excluding major campus improvements and/or initiatives, paperbacks, and specific fees)

-Campus support costs of facilities maintenance, cleaning, and security

-General and administrative costs such as insurance, utilities, advertising and promotion, legal and banking
 

Q:  Does your school offer advanced courses?

A:  Small class sizes, visionary curriculum, and emphasis on the whole child from preschool through 12th grade ensure individualized attention and robust academics.  LRCA’s early childhood and elementary programs provide a strong foundation for students to excel and develop as they progress through middle school, junior high, and high school.  A vast array of advanced, Honors, AP, and concurrent college courses are available to augment students’ knowledge in core subject areas as well as diverse enrichment classes.  

 

Q:  How is technology integrated into the classroom from elementary through high school?

A:  All 5th through 12th grade students have Chromebooks.  Elementary classes share Chromebook and iPad carts.  LRCA has invested in a great deal of educational software in order to extend the four walls of the classroom.  Some of the software include BrainPOP, Discovery Education, Seesaw, Spelling City, Schoology, Parlay, online textbooks, JSTOR, Albert.io, SCOIR, and more.  Internet filters, faculty/staff capabilities to monitor online student activity in real time, and reporting systems keep online safety as a top priority.  

 

Q:  Will my child and our family feel welcomed?

A:  LRCA makes every effort to welcome and acclimate new students and their families.  Smaller class sizes allow our highly qualified, committed faculty and staff to provide individualized attention and instruction.  Personalized interactions and opportunities include Welcome Warriors events, the Ambassador program, the House Systems and Advisory Groups, the New Family Tailgate, Student Orientation Staff, and much more!


 

Q:  How are medical needs during the school day addressed?

A:  We believe healthy children are successful learners! Our School Nurses are specialized professionals who provide knowledge and insight related to acute and chronic health conditions as well as normal growth and development. Learn more about the LRCA Nurses here.

 

Q:  What enrichment opportunities does LRCA offer beyond the classroom?

A:  Beyond the host of arts and athletics offerings, Warriors have a myriad of ways to explore passions and interests outside the classroom.  Elementary students have over 10 different clubs and activities including service projects, STEM, and their own news program (KLRC).  Middle schoolers dive in through the House System, service projects, and clubs like Destination Imagination, Robotics, and more.  Junior High students have opportunities to engage through the House System, Quiz Bowl, Robotics, Chess, Engineering Olympics, student government, and social events.  The high school has 30+ clubs, countless service projects, Capstone, and the annual J-Term program.  There’s something for everyone at LRCA.  


 

Q:  How many Warrior graduates proceed to college and where are they accepted?

A:  95% of students in the Class of 2020 were offered academic scholarships. They were accepted into 105 schools in 30 states. A complete list of schools can be found here.


 

Q:  Do you offer extended care to students?

A:   After school care is available for students who are three years old through 8th grade.  After school care is available from the end of the school day until 6:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.  Students are given snacks, have recess time, and work on homework when applicable.  Students in half day kindergarten can enroll in Extended Care, so that they may stay for the afternoon.

 

Q:  How does your school support students with learning differences and varying learning styles?


A:  LRCA’s Learner Services Program is facilitated by eleven faculty and a Director of Learner Services.  They work closely with families, students, teachers, and administrators to meet age-specific educational needs.  Contact Andrea Ragsdale, Director of Learner Services at Andrea.Ragsdale@LittleRockChristian.com for more detailed information.