Curriculum

Spiritual Growth

For the past 48 years, LPBS has provided students with a strong spiritual and academic foundation. We will continue to present the Gospel and to honor our Lord.  Daily Bible classes, weekly chapel services, and special programs emphasize spiritual development.

In addition to a Biblically based curriculum, Christian values and character development are woven throughout the total school program. We teach and expect good work habits and responsibility to make wise choices.

Educational Growth

Excellent and experienced teachers instruct LPBS students in a carefully chosen curriculum that includes language arts, mathematics, science, and social studies.  Special classes are offered in Spanish, computer technology, art, music, physical education, and library.  This well-developed instruction provides an outstanding educational experience for all grade levels.

Physical Growth

Physical education classes are provided for all students in Pre-School 3 through the eighth grade, providing skills and tools to maintain good health and to learn the value of teamwork and sportsmanship. Competitive team sports are offered to fourth- through eighth-grade students in soccer (boys/girls), basketball (boys/girls), volleyball (girls), flag football (boys/girls), and golf (boys/girls). Volunteer coaches are always appreciated and are necessary to properly prepare our student teams for competition.

Social Growth

LPBS students get many opportunities to develop good social skills, individual goals, long-term commitment, and life experiences. These include day-to-day communication between students and teachers, field trips, special events (Fall Family Festival and Jog-a-thon, for example), fund-raisers, community service (visiting nursing homes, musical programs, special events, and eighth grade mentoring), and drama productions.

1 Corinthians 10:31: “Whether therefore you eat, or drink, or whatsoever you do, do all to the glory of God.”