Today in Junior High:
Junior High Announcements:
The 8th-grade promotion ceremony will be held on Thursday, May 23 at 6 p.m. in Warrior Hall.
Warrior Walk will be held on Wednesday, May 8 with an all-school assembly starting at 1:15 p.m.
Distribution for the 2019 Yearbooks will take place April 17-18. Pre-ordered yearbooks will be distributed to high school students at a celebration event at the high school on Wednesday, April 17 (early dismissal day) starting at 2:15 p.m. Books will be handed out to junior high, middle school and elementary students by their respective teachers at the end of the school day on Thursday, April 18. Read more
All schools will be out on Friday, April 19 for the “Good Friday” holiday. Enjoy your long weekend!
The Wild About Warriors PTF fundraiser brought in more than $30,000 at the annual event held on campus in March. In spite of the rain, participants showed up to take part in carnival games, Kanakuk stations, laser tag, gaming truck, petting zoo food concessions, a silent auction and more. High School Principal Dr. Justin Smith got to "Kiss a Kangaroo" after the high school received the most votes in the competition among the buildings. The Kinzler family won the raffle sponsored by Hickingbotham Investments for $5,000 toward their children's tuition next year. In addition to Hickingbotham Investments, Dillard's and Thrivent Financial were presenting sponsors for the event and helped covered expenses.
Tickets for the spring musical “Meet Me in St. Louis” are currently on sale. Students, faculty and community members can purchase tickets for the performances slated for April 4-7 by going to this link for the following showtimes. For information, contact Rita White in Warrior Hall at 501-868-9822.
Thursday, April 4 at 7 p.m.
Saturday, April 6 at 7 p.m.
Sunday, April 7 at 2:30 p.m.
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.
Read Dr. Arnold's February update.
Read Dr. Arnold's November update.
As a part of the “Back to School” week, Dr. Andrea Ramirez, Director of the Center for Faith and Opportunity Initiatives (CFOI), visited faith-driven institutions and mission-minded organizations practicing innovative approaches to student driven education. Read about Dr. Ramirez's visit to the LRCA here. #RethinkSchool
Back to School means a new year and a new school year theme. Read Dr. Arnold's letter and announcement of this year's theme. #webelieve
The latest issue of THE WARRIOR magazine is now ready for you! From a senior spotlight to news on the smallest of Warriors, review the spring milestones, news, and achievements at Little Rock Christian Academy
"Run to the name of the Lord...Run with horses" - our figure of speech for advancing the mission this year. Can you sense it among the students? Can you see it on campus? Can you hear it among the citizens of Warriorville? It's quite palpable. Making the turn into the final leg of '17-18, I'm eager to update you on three highlights...
Walking the streets of Portland, Oregon last summer, my eyes locked onto a storefront sign that read, “You did not wake up to be mediocre.” Ironically, it was a mediocre sign in an unexceptional, run- of-the-mill, second-rate, middling storefront. Nonetheless, the message of the faded sign was true. I did not wake up to be mediocre today. Neither did you.