Lexington Christian Academy

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Lexington Christian Academy - School Information

Lexington Christian Academy
48 Bartlett Avenue 
Lexington, MA 

Phone: 781-862-7850 
Email: admissions@lca.edu 

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School Information:

Gender: Co-Ed
School Size: 305
Grades: 6-12
Boarding: Yes

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General Information

Description: Lexington Christian Academy, often referred to as LCA, is a private school located in Lexington, Massachusetts.
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Year Founded: 1946
Religious Affiliation: Christian
Campus Size: 30 acres


Boarding Grades: 9-12
Enrollment By Grade: 6th Grade: 25, 7th Grade: 31, 8th Grade: 35, 9th Grade: 54, 10th Grade: 51, 11th Grade: 61, 12th Grade: 54
Entry into Grade: Number of Students Admitted:
6th Grade: 25 7th Grade: 31, 8th Grade: 35, 9th Grade: 54, 10th Grade: 51, 11th Grade: 61, 12th Grade: 54

Financial Assistance: LCA offers both scholarships and need-based financial aid. $1.7 million of the annual operating budget to financial aid and scholarships.

Application Deadline (Day): February 1
Interview Required: Yes
SSAT Required: Yes
Application Requirements: Application Form, Parent Statement, Student Statement, Request for School Records

Advanced Placement Classes (AP):
  • AP in Calculus AB   
  • Biology   
  • Calculus BC   
  • Chemistry   
  • English Language   
  • English Literature   
  • European History   
  • French Language   
  • Music Theory   
  • Spanish Language   
  • US History   
  • and Computer Science   
  • Baseball   
  • Basketball   
  • Cross Country   
  • Field Hockey   
  • Golf   
  • Lacrosse   
  • Soccer   
  • Softball   
  • Wrestling   
  • Anime (Japanese animation)   
  • Buddy Program (high school students paired with new sixth grade students.)   
  • C++ Computer programming    
  • Class Council Leadership   
  • DISCOVA & FLAVA (multicultural groups for middle school and high school)   
  • French Club   
  • Genesis Club (creation care)   
  • Gospel Choir   
  • Helping Our World (H.O.W. a community service group)   
  • Nursing home visits   
  • Peer Issues Group (P.I.G. providing peer support)   
  • Prefect Leadership (which is our student council)   
  • Rock Climbing   
  • Student Worship Team (leads singing in upper school chapel)   
  • Theatre Productions   
  • Touch Football   
  • Ultimate Frisbee   
    Arts and Media:
  • Music   
  • Theatre   
  • Visual arts