Lake Worth Christian School is fully accredited by the following accrediting organizations:
Lake Worth Christian School is a member of the following organizations:
WHY IS ACCREDITATION IMPORTANT?
Accreditation is official recognition and assurance by an outside organization that the qualified school is accountable and maintains the rigorous professional and educational standards established by that organization.
Lake Worth Christian School teaches an advanced curriculum from a Christian perspective. Textbooks are one tool we use, and we make textbook selections annually, based on a rotating cycle. We choose the best textbooks available and our teachers integrate the Christian perspective into all of their courses. Websites are another frequently used tool, and all classrooms come equipped with an internet projection unit so teachers are free to teach from websites they find useful.
The LWCS Discovery Program
Discovery is a course taken by students of average to superior ability whose academic performance does not reflect their ability.
Courses includes focus in the following areas:
Reading Comprehension, Math, Organization, Spelling, Visual Motor Skills, Auditory Memory, Reading Fluency, Concentration, Grammar, Attention To Detail, Visual Memory, and Writing Skills.
Our techniques were developed and researched at The National Institute for Learning Development
UNIQUE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE LWCS DISCOVERY PROGRAM:
EXPLICIT AND INTENTIONAL INSTRUCTION
INTENSIVE MENTAL STIMULATION
PERCEPTION - VISUAL AND AUDITORY
COGNITION - THINKING AND UNDERSTANDING
The cost for students in the Discovery program for 2019-2020 are $6,800 Full Time and $4,100 Part Time.
Iowa Test Results
The results are in and once again our elementary students have fared very well on our standardized test! All of our classes tested above the national average for their grade levels with 3rd, 4th and 5th grade testing at a very impressive 5th, 6th and 7th grade level respectively! The 7.3 score for 5th grade means they scored as 7th graders in their 3rd month of school. If they were "average" 5th graders they would have scored a 5.7 since they took the test in the 7th month of this school year. Hooray for the students and their teachers!