Campus News

LCM Welcomes Mekeisha Black

Lenawee Christian Ministries (LCM) is pleased to announce the selection of Mekeisha Black as the organization’s next Director of Advancement. Black will begin serving on January 8, 2018 and will oversee fundraising efforts for Lenawee Christian School and the Christian Family Centre. She becomes LCM’s full-time development officer following Katie Young’s departure to become the Executive Director of Development at ProMedica in Adrian.   Black is a long-time resident of Lenawee County, growing up in Sand Creek and now residing in Adrian with her husband, Aaron. She studied social workRead More…

iXplore J-Term – January 2018

We are excited to provide information about a great opportunity for middle and high school students to discover new interests and explore creatively.  For 12 days in January students will participate in classes and experiences that are exploratory and integrative. These programs, called iXplore for middle school and J-Term for high school students, truly take learning to another level of engagement and excitement! We recently presented our students with information about the 12-day session of classes all middle and high school student will participate in from January 3-19, 2018.  Our course catalogRead More…

Summer Term 2018

Join us for Summer Term 2018! The summer term courses offered at Lenawee Christian School are unlike any other! Led by LCS alumnus and teacher, Mr. Doug Mattson, students will find courses engaging, thought provoking, and fun! To learn more, download the course packets and discover why these summer learning experiences are in such high demand. SPACE IS LIMITED and these courses will sell out. Register today!

The Diary of Anne Frank

In 1942, a young girl named Anne Frank was given a diary as a 13th birthday present. In it, she recorded her thoughts and experiences as her family—German Jews living in Amsterdam—went into hiding to attempt to escape the Nazi regime. They were finally found out and did not survive to the end of the war, but the subsequent publication of Anne’s moving, mature and often beautiful diary made her into one of the most significant chroniclers of the Holocaust. The diary has been translated into 70 languages, with 25Read More…

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