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Today in High School:
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.
The 5A State Champion Little Rock Christian Academy Men's Swim Team will be honored at Little Rock City Hall Tuesday, March 26 at 4 p.m. Girls All-State swimmers Angel Ke and Hannah Hall will also be honored.
UPDATE: The Lady Warriors basketball team will play Jonesboro for the 5A state title at 6 p.m. on Friday, March 8, at the Hot Springs Convention Center in the Bank of the Ozarks Arena, formerly known as the Summit Arena. The Warriors advanced to the championship game by defeating Greenwood 85-56 in the semi-finals on Saturday afternoon, bringing their overall record to 28-2. This is the second time the Lady Warriors have reached the title match; they lost to Greenwood by one point (42-41) in the 2010 5A State Championship. Friday's game will not be broadcast on Warriorvision, but will be televised on AETN.
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.
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.