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Warriors In the News - High School Edition
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.
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.
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.
Alumni Abby Blankenship, class of 2018, recently visited her award winning yearbook photo currently on display at the Caelum Gallery in New York City.
Ten LRCA Students in grades 7-12 named to All Region Orchestra. Auditions were held at Conway High School. Read more here.
Congratulations to eight Little Rock Christian seniors who have been named National Merit Scholars, representing the nation's top students in the Class of 2019.
Forty-seven 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.
LRCA Class of 2018 graduate Audrey Davis was named the winner of the Central Arkansas Drain Smart competition. Drain Smart is an engaging public-education / environmental program that uses art to communicate the function and importance of local storm drains.
Commencement 2018 was a picture window into the house of Warriors and the building going on inside. From the testimonies of the evening, it is clear that the Spirit is alive and well and working among us. Commencement speaker, Mr. William Dillard, III, challenged our graduates to run from conformity and comparison and to run to community and wisdom...
Senior Capstone is an independent research course designed to offer students the opportunity to explore a course of study beyond the typical high school class. Learn more about Capstone at Little Rock Christian Academy.
Little Rock Family Magazine recognized more than 60 top seniors from central Arkansas' public, private and parochial schools in their Head of the Class special section. Congratulations to seniors Hannah Cheatham, Erin Foley, Adeline Geoghagan, Rose Johnson, Weston Northington and Nicholas Powell on their selection to this elite group. #lrca2018
Members of the 2018 LRCA Yearbook Staff were recognized recently with top honors from the Arkansas Scholastic Press Association (ASPA), a state-wide community of scholastic yearbook, broadcast, film, literary magazine, online newspaper and print newspaper staffs and their advisers.
Senior Nicholas Powell has been recognized by the Arkansas Times for his academic excellence and will be featured in the April 26th issue of the Times. Nicholas is one of 20 students to be selected to the 24th Academic All-Star Team.
Congratulations to senior Nicholas Powell on his selection as a 2018 Stephens Award recipient. The Stephens Award recognizes outstanding achievements by selected high school teachers and students in the central Arkansas area.
Senior Abby Blankenship, the LRCA yearbook photographer, was awarded this week as third place in the "Athletes in Action" category of Jostens 2018 National Photography Contest. Her picture of MJ Collins pulling down an airborne Bruin in the football battle against P.A. earlier this fall.
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.
Read Dr. Arnold's vision cast for the 2019-2020 school year.
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
LRCA High School Dance Dress Guidelines
In order to ensure that the evening is as enjoyable as possible for all students, we provide guidelines of dress appropriateness for both the gentlemen and the ladies. If a student arrives to the event inappropriately dressed, he or she will be asked to correct the problem or will not be permitted to stay. These rules apply to non-school guests as well.
Please note: a student bringing a date who is a guest from another school should ensure that their date knows and follows the guidelines.
Dresses and skirts (including slits) may be no higher than 3 inches above the top of the knee.
Cleavage showing, plunging necklines and exposed midriffs are prohibited.
Clothing (including pants) should be loose enough to modestly dance and sit.
Modesty is a must.
Sagging or baggy pants are not permitted.