LifePoint Academy offers a rich, diverse learning experience that engages our students in hands-on, real-life learning every day. From Bible to Social Studies, Language Arts to Math, students are taught academic skills and how to apply them in their lives.
LPA students demonstrated measurable academic growth in reading and math throughout COVID-19 in contrast to the average student from other schools as measured by LPA test scores and the Brookings Institution research.
Students learn language arts through a comprehensive approach which encourages inquiry, develops skills, and grows them into great writers, thinkers, and leaders.
Students engage in hands-on learning in Science by Design where they explore different aspects of God's creation.
Students are engaged in cross curricular writing where they are encouraged to develop their writing skills in each subject.
Students have opportunity to participate in music education in through the various levels of choir.
Big Ideas math encourages innovative thinking, problem solving, and knowledge based growth which leads to strategic mathematical thinkers.
Students are involved in physical education classes and daily indoor and outdoor playtime with training and instruction on a wide array of sports.
Social studies focus on textual evidence and hands-on experiences. Students learn through primary sources such as documents, music, and food.
Bible instruction is given at each grade level. Students participate in daily classroom worship, weekly chapels, and a yearly student-led week of prayer.
Students experience freedom of expression through creativity in the arts.
Learning another language expands the knowledge and world view of students.
Hands-on, application-based, interdisciplinary STREAM learning programs (science, technology, robotics, engineering, art, and math) that give students unparalleled opportunities that will benefit them inside and outside the classroom.
According to Johns Hopkins Culture 360, strong school culture encourages positive academic and civic outcomes. Diversity encourages an understanding of cultures and an acceptance of each other. Survey results indicate students feel accepted in our classrooms.