The Annual Falcon's Cup Golf Outing

The weather is getting warmer and that means GOLF is right around the corner. Our final fundraiser of the school year will be Friday, May 31st, when we host our annual Falcons Cup golf outing at Chemung Hills in Howell. This outing is always a great time of fellowship, great food and of course a lot of FUN! Would you consider forming a team and joining us this year? Or if you'd like to be paired with a team we can do that too. Sponsorships are always greatly appreciated as well, and if you're not into golf but would like to donate a prize or gift certificate for the outing we would love that just as much! It's a great way to support this amazing school we love so dearly. Please submit your registration online or by downloading the form by May 24th. So start practicing that swing, forming your winning team, and we'll see you at the course May 31st! Read Full Story to find the link to sign up.

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Welcome to Livingston Christian Schools

If you're looking for Christ-centered teachers, curriculum, and families, look no further than Livingston Christian Schools.  At LCS, students are learning to love Jesus Christ more deeply while growing in academic acuity, athletic proficiency, social maturity, and even philosophical profundity. At LCS nothing is common in the core subjects nor its experienced teachers.  Whether studying calculus or learning phonics, LCS students are guided through a highly rigorous and challenging curriculum designed to prepare graduates for the college and career of their choosing.  While excelling academically Livingston Christian students also have the opportunity to immerse themselves in sports teams and clubs.  Social development comes easily for some students, but those who struggle will consistently experience the care and love of their teachers and support staff along with their classmates.  Scriptural love is an action of care for others that LCS students are guided to live and embrace, with the understanding that it is what Jesus expects of each of us at LCS.

From the Desk of Mr. Nast

Each year the end of May brings with it new blossoms, grass to cut, and baseball games to attend with children.  It also signals the last days at LCS for our graduating class, consisting this year of twelve students. Some of the twelve are “lifers,” those who began in preschool and are now finishing fourteen years later. Some joined LCS more recently, but all of them are truly exceptional young people, prepared for life after high school.  All will be pursuing further education in college and vocational training. In their exit interviews the dominant memory they revealed was the Jamaica trip and how it affected their lives emotionally and spiritually. I was impressed by each of their goals for the future and how they are planning for them. I was also impressed by their connections to their teachers and how impactful those relations have been on the graduates.  Each year I think we have the best group of graduates any school could have, and this year is no different. I extend my congratulations to each graduate and thank their parents who committed their time and resources to making sure their children would not only complete high school but grow in their relations with Jesus Christ at the same time. Teachers, thank you for all you poured into these lives over the past years. It takes a complete package to mold young people into what our graduates have become.  

Recent News

The Annual Falcon's Cup Golf Outing

The weather is getting warmer and that means GOLF is right around the corner. Our final fundraiser of the school year will be Friday, May 31st, when we host our annual Falcons Cup golf outing at Chemung Hills in Howell. This outing is always a great time of fellowship, great food and of course a lot of FUN! Would you consider forming a team and joining us this year? Or if you'd like to be paired with a team we can do that too. Sponsorships are always greatly appreciated as well, and if you're not into golf but would like to donate a prize or gift certificate for the outing we would love that just as much! It's a great way to support this amazing school we love so dearly. Please submit your registration online or by downloading the form by May 24th. So start practicing that swing, forming your winning team, and we'll see you at the course May 31st! Read Full Story to find the link to sign up.

Last Week of School Happenings

Monday- Safety Patrol Party Tuesday- Field Day Wednesday-Friday are Half Days- Pick up at 11am! Wednesday - Thursday- Exams for Grades 7-11 Wednesday- Elementary Awards Friday- Secondary Awards, Yearbook Distribution/Signing & Road Rally (High School)

Costa Rica Trip

Parents of Secondary Students: There is still time to sign up for the Costa Rica/Panama trip for February 2020. Use the link to sign up, or email Ms. Hall at hhall@livingstonchristianschools.org with any questions! Don't miss out on this once in a lifetime opportunity!!

Seeking Tech Savvy Teacher

LCS is seeking a Michigan certified K-8 or K-5 with middle school endorsement full time teacher for elementary library, K-8 technology, and one class of grade 8 social studies. Emphasis on being tech savvy. Send resumes to: Ted Nast, Livingston Christian Schools 7669 Brighton Road Brighton, MI 48116 tnast@livingstonchristianschools.org

Falcon Volleyball News

LCS Athletics is pleased to announce our new Varsity Volleyball coaching staff for the Fall of 2019. Dr. Chad Nixon will be serving as our Head Coach. Ms. Kiersten Lambert and Mrs. Carole Stiles will be serving as Varsity Assistant Coaches. Mrs. Danielle Lindsay, who will be coordinating the Spring workouts for 5/6, JV, and Varsity, will be serving as our 5th/6th Grade Girls Head Coach come Fall while also supporting Varsity practices/games when able. We are excited about this team of coaches as they work to build our LCS Volleyball Program. Go Falcons!!!

Awards Ceremony for Grades 1-5

All elementary award presentations will occur on Wednesday, June 5, in the chapel room except 4th grade who will present them in the classroom. (small group will fit in the room) Chapel Grade 1 8:00-8:45 Martin child is awarded first Chapel Grade 2 8:50-9:35 Chapel Grade 3 9:40-10:20 Classroom Grade 4 8:00-8:45 Martin child awarded last Chapel Grade 5 10:25-11:00

What Time Is It, Mr. Nast?

Please remember that adult supervision for students being dropped off in the mornings begins at 7:40 a.m. Warm weather makes it enticing to drop students earlier, but our supervisors are not on duty until the stated time, so please honor that by keeping your children in your vehicles until then.

Class of 2019

The Class of 2019 will rehearse for graduation on Thursday, May 30 at 10am in the sanctuary of The Naz. The Commencement Ceremony will be held on Sunday, June 2nd in the sanctuary of The Naz. Congratulations!

Swim for Gym

“Swim Across America” (SAA) is probably unfamiliar to almost each of us at LCS. However, for those who have contracted cancer or are being treated for it, the organization represents hope. It raises funds for cancer research. The treatment Mr. Baranek is currently receiving stems from the research supported by SAA and other organizations like it. We have the opportunity to help defeat cancer by volunteering to help at the SAA event this summer on Belle Isle. We have asked Mr. Baranek to attend since he is someone we love and who is benefiting from the cancer research performed in previous years. On Saturday, July 12 the event will begin early in the morning but our volunteers will be responsible for helping between approximately 10:00 a.m. until approximately 2:00 p.m. We will be the “clean-up” group. We are seeking 10-20 high school or adult volunteers (younger students are also welcome) to represent LCS and demonstrate our support for Mr. Baranek, who continues to receive treatment for his cancer. If you are able to commit now (we know how busy summer can be) we won’t need to scramble at the last minute to find volunteers. It is easy work, and we can do a small part in helping people like Mr. Baranek combat their cancer. Click "Read More" to sign up.

How Smart is Your Phone?

In the days of modern technology, our phones do so much for us... but they don't always know everything. If your phone hasn't heard, when LCS moved to Brighton we got a new phone number. Please check "LCS" in your phone's contacts to make sure it calls 810-900-1200 when you want to reach the school office. We have recently heard from several people who were disappointed that we did not answer their call but it turns out they were calling Whitmore Lake!

Cedar Point Trip

LCS students in grades 7-11 are going to Cedar Point this Wednesday. Students who do not go on the trip to Cedar Point do not have classes and should not come to school.

Hearing & Vision Testing

The Livingston County Health Department will be at LCS on Monday, May 20 to conduct hearing and vision testing.

Upcoming Events

24 May

Moms in Prayer

1:45 PM – 3 PM
Livingston Christian Schools, 7669 Brighton Rd, Brighton, MI 48116, USA