For Your Shopping Pleasure.... School Supply Lists for 2019-20

School supply lists for the fall can be found here. Please be advised that additional items may be requested once school begins. Class schedules will be finalized and posted in Gradelink by mid-August

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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

It's summer vacation, and it’s time to thank some people who have quietly and efficiently performed duties that are so easily are overlooked.  Moving into the NAZ we anticipated some adjustments being needed in the lunch program. Mrs. Brooks and her corp of volunteers accepted the challenge and performed admirably.  Thank you to each of you who assisted in the lunch program. Dave DelCorvo joined Bonnie in the kitchen, preparing lunches. Even our students adapted to a set-up and tear-down for lunchtime, and I thank them as well.  It’s been a couple of years since last we were able to field a DI team, but thanks to several women we entered three teams in the team-building program this year. Mrs. Hall, Mrs. Fry, Mrs. Barrish, Mrs. Shiposh, and Mrs. Martin - I can’t thank you enough for resurrecting the DI program.  Mr. Highfield and Mrs. Byers once again put together a group of robotic team enthusiasts and led them to new achievements this year. I loved going to the events and watching Robby II compete. That was fun, Steel Falcons. Midway through the school year we were joined by Mr. Moliterno who has weekly volunteered in the elementary classrooms while becoming a favorite of our students.  You are much appreciated. Cherry was able to return for her second year at LCS while being housed by the Denny family. Because she was able to spend another year at our school she also was able to participate in the trip to Jamaica where she gave her life to Christ. Thank you Dennys for making that possible. By the way, we need two host homes for foreign exchange students next year - food for thought.  It’s amazing how the yearbook suddenly appears at the end of school. Or, maybe it’s because of all the work of Mrs. Autry that we have such an expertly produced book to enjoy. She spends many volunteer hours putting that together. You’re a super lady, Mrs. Autry. The athletic program continued to enjoy success because of the many men and women who gave countless hours to work with our students. Each of you - thank you for all you did to help our students have fun and grow in a safe and encouraging environment.  There are many more programs that couldn’t be possible without parent involvement such as Moms in Prayer, lunch time Bible studies, safety patrol, Motor Moms, and others.  To each of you who gave of your skills and time - THANK YOU, ALL!  

Recent News

LCS Boys/Girls Cross-Country Starting in Fall 2019

The LCS Falcon Athletic Department is excited to offer Boys/Girls Cross-Country starting in the Fall of 2019. Competing as teams or individuals, all boys and girls from grades 8th through 12th will be able to participate. If you are already competing in other fall sports including soccer and volleyball, you still might be able to be involved as a dual-sport athlete. If you are interested in participating or have questions, please contact Jason Stiles of our Athletic Department at or 517.861.6431. Fly Falcons!

August Open Houses

LCS families- we will be contacting you in the summer to request your assistance in distributing advertising materials to your friends, neighbors, churches, etc. about our August Open Houses (Tuesdays in August from 6:30-8pm). Please prayerfully consider how you can help and who you know who may be interested in becoming part of the LCS family this fall.

Is the School Open in Summer?

The school office will be manned throughout the summer (at least), so if you have any questions we can answer please give us a call or email us. Don’t be afraid to leave messages - someone will respond as quickly as possible. If you know of any families you feel would be a good fit at LCS please let Ted know, and he’ll arrange a tour and interview.

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.

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