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Lehigh Christian Academy

“Providing a Quality Education that is Christ-Centered”

Levels: Pre-K through 8th grades              

Founded: 1973

Chief Administrator - Mrs. Elizabeth Hauser

Motto or Verse:

"Instead, speaking the truth in love, we will in all things grow up into him who is the Head, that is, Christ." Ephesians 4:15

Mission Statement:

To provide a quality education that is Christ centered.


We desire to provide an education that possesses academic excellence, spiritual depth, and moral integrity; that trains students in the knowledge of and obedience to the Scriptures and promotes loyalty to God; that prepares students for Godly participation in the American society; and that prepares students for a continuing education.

Special Features:

Certified teachers; classes in Spanish, art, music, instrumental music lessons, library, physical education, computer, learning support, and enrichment classes; preschool; National Junior Honor Society; yearbook; sports program. K-8 students wear uniforms.

Enrollment Information: 

We start accepting applications in January for the next school year that begins in September. Parents are interviewed before acceptance, and students are tested once application has been submitted and approved. Early application is important as there are waiting lists for some grades.


Association of Christian Schools International, charter member and accredited K-8. Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, member and accredited P-8.

Academic Standards:

Quarterly report cards for grades 1-8; semi-annually for kindergarten. Progress reports are sent out during five-week periods. Principal's Honor Roll: an overall average of 93% or higher in each subject area; High Honors: an overall average of 93% and maintain an 84% average or higher in each subject area; Honor Roll: an overall average of 86% and maintain an 80% average or higher in each subject area; and Learning Support Honor Roll: an 84% or higher average in the learning support program and maintain an 80% average or higher in each subject area.


We believe that discipline as discipleship is at the "heart" of education. We as teachers and administrators are to be training and making "disciples," (Matt. 28:20) and modeling good behavior. Our goal in correction and discipline is to help each child see his lost and sinful state and to know the true hope that is found in the change that can come only from Christ and His standards.


Pre-K - 8 meets Monday - Friday; the school day for Full-day Pre-K and Full-day K through 8th grades is from 8:30 a.m. to 3:15 p.m., while the Half-day Pre-K and Half-day Kindergarten are from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.  Weekly Chapel is for K-8.

Calendar of Events & Student Activities:

Speech Meet, music and visual arts competitions, Middle School Science/STEM Fair, various sports, Christmas and Spring Concerts, 8th grade class trip to Washington D.C., and a drama production just to name a few.