Because we believe every child deserves a classical Christian education, we are committed to finding tuition assistance for those families whose vocation or season in life requires us to come alongside them. The LCA Board considers 10% of a family's income as a reasonable amount to invest on education. This year 15% of our students are receiving tuition assistance. Your donation goes towards helping a single mother with a special needs son or students helping pay for their own education to name a few.
Your donation is tax-deductible. Donations made to the preschool program may qualify for a 50% tax credit on your state income taxes in addition to the regular state and federal deductions for a charitable contribution with the Colorado Child Care Contribution Credit (CCCC). To find out more on this credit, please click here.
Donations can be made through our ColoradoGives page.
HOW LIBERTY CLASSICAL ACADEMY GIVES BACK
We are proud of our many LCA students who serve in our community and the world at large. Several students participate in mission trips around and leadership training. We encourage our students to serve with their families and their church families in our local area, i.e. River Center of New Castle, Extended Table, Pregnancy Resource. Below is just a sampling:
Last year, Carys Walter made care bags for the homeless and distributed them to the homeless at Extended Table.
Desi and Hope Starr spent time in Haiti last summer helping in orphanages with the Five Loaves program.
Ella Gruel was selected to be part of the Colorado Youth Leadership Institute with the Episcopal Diocese. Last summer she went on an outdoor experiential learning workshop. This summer she will spend a week working with high school students in Haiti. Her final summer will be a pilgrimage to Jerusalem.
Madeleine Miller volunteered for a week of service to the Dream Center in Los Angeles last summer. She was accepted into their nine-month internship program for September 2015.
Alumni, Christina Capelli spent time in the Ukraine helping in camps for orphans near the Black Sea.
Former staff member Cody Fulk and his wife Michaela are serving in Kampala, Uganda. Former student, Briana Smith just returned from spending a year helping them with a school in the Karamojong Slum. Alumni Reid Miller will be spending this coming year with the Fulks, and also time in Mozambique.
Mackenzie Leader volunteered with Rifle's Pregnancy Resource Center.