Lodi Christian School
Lodi Christian School, home of the LIONS, is pleased to offer year-round sports teams for both boys and girls in 6th-8th grades. We are a member of the San Joaquin County Christian Athletics League and we play other local teams in this league. We strive to offer a safe environment where kids of any athletic ability can come together to improve at a sport, learn teamwork and be challenged to display Christian character in both practice and game situations. Athletics is one of several great opportunities for kids at Lodi Christian School to learn how to use their talents to honor God. Go, LIONS!
At Lodi Christian School we strive for excellence in all areas, not just academics. Students are constantly learning and demonstrating how to serve God and those around them. They are continually giving of their time (the Junior High serve meals to the homeless and do canned food drives), their money (they raised their own monies to send to a developing country to buy goats for a community!) and especially of their hearts (always praying for those who need it most).
We serve at Operation Christmas Child, Salvation Army, Share Your Blessings Project, St. Mary's Dining Hall as well as other places.
Academics don't just have to be in the classroom - they can go outside and beyond. At LCS, we are constantly looking for field trips and events for our students to participate in to enhance their learning experience from Kindergarten through 8th grade. Some we continue to do every year, some every two years and some are just one-time events. Take a look at the fun our students have in learning!
Where We Go
Fire & Police Station - Kindergarten
Fog Willow -1st Grade
Jelly Belly Factory - 2nd Grade
Lodi High Ag Day - 3rd Grade
Pioneer Day - 4th Grade
State Capitol - 5th Grade
Science Camp - 6th Grade
Marine Biology Boat Trip - Grades 7 & 8
Sonshine Ministries (Houseboats) - Jr. High
Marine Biology - Jr High
Washington DC - 8th Grade
Lodi Christian School has participated every year since 2009, in the FIRST® LEGO® League (FLL) robot competition as an elective class. Each August, FLL provides teams around the world with an annual challenge. The challenge is based on a set of real-world problems facing today’s scientists and engineers.
The challenge has two parts:
Students are engaged in the following roles: research, building, programming, strategy analysis, robot operators, project management, quality control, marketing, documentation, fundraising and team spirit. Each team, consisting of up to ten 7th & 8th grade students, is led by a coach and supported by parent volunteers. The team participates in the Northern California FLL Robotics Tournament. Besides having lots of fun learning, one LCS robotics team won the project award and the LCS robotics team of 2012 qualified for the Championship Tournament.