Frequently Asked Questions

How do I enroll my child at LCS?

Call our school office at 903.297.3501 and inform them that you are looking to enroll your child. They will then arrange a date for you and your child to tour the school, and acquire the correct paperwork needed to begin the enrollment process. For the full application process, visit our enrollment page, located under the Admissions section of our website.

Do you have to be a member of Longview Christian Fellowship Church to attend Longview Christian School?

No, LCS families and staff members attend nearly 50 different churches in our community and many different denominations are represented as well.

Does Longview Christian School offer any grants or scholarship money?

LCS offers scholarship money to students whose families demonstrate financial need and apply for aid.* 

 

Tuition discounts are also available for students who qualify under the following categories: Families with multiple children enrolled, children of local area pastors, and children of LCS teachers and staff.

 

* Financial need is calculated by F.A.C.T.S. Grant and Aid service.  Applications must be submitted online at online.factsmgt.com/aid.

What sports are offered at Longview Christian School?

LCS requires all students to be involved in a physical education program unless specifically excused. Elementary students have P.E. sessions four days a week that may include activities such as soccer, basketball, kick-ball and flag-football.  They also participate in relay compeitions with other local private schools twice per year. Students in Jr. High classes are given the option of joining cross country, volleyball, soccer, track & field, and basketball programs or continuing on with the basic P.E. program. High school students may participate in cross country, volleyball, soccer, basketball, track and field, and baseball.

Is every subject at Longview Christian School taught from a Christian worldview?

Yes. We believe that all knowledge is derived from our Creator, and therefore, all education must be Christ-centered.