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Success climb interrupted

Posted on 12. Apr, 2018 by .

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By Levi Photenhauer, LCA sophomore — Straight out of college, Josh Young worked for Veneklasen Associates, a transnational multimillion dollar sound engineering firm. He bought a house in Santa Monica for his beautiful bride and budding family. Then all of sudden in 2012, he jumped from the corporate ladder and ditched his enviable success. “I more »

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After 27 years, she’s still keeping pace

Posted on 09. Jan, 2018 by .

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By Tailoni Jenkins, LCA sophomore — Mrs. Payton has been a teacher at the Lighthouse for 27 years. In fact the first class she ever taught was my dad’s 4th grade class. I’m a second generation Payton pupil, and she still looks as young as she did in my dad’s day. Mrs. Payton has been more »

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Only tears. Alexis and Coach Delores are leaving LCA

Posted on 18. Dec, 2017 by .

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By Rudee Becerra, LCA sophomore — Our beloved student Alexis Lyons and our favorite coach, Delores Hively, are saying their goodbyes to Lighthouse Christian Academy. They have decided to live back home in Ohio. Originally from Ohio, Alexis enrolled her sophomore when she moved to California to be with her aunt (Delores). She immediately adapted more »

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Lighthouse Lightning

Posted on 16. Nov, 2017 by .

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The fastest kid looks forward to soccer By Garrett Lahood, LCA sophomore — Levi Photenhauer wasn’t always fast. “I wasn’t fast and I wasn’t slow, but doing track in the sixth grade helped me,” said the sophomore, whose orange hair burns like the flames in his feet. He streaked to 13 touchdowns in football this season more »

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A 2-year odyssey back to varsity volleyball has a happy ending

Posted on 27. Oct, 2017 by .

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Lighthouse Christian Academy begins to recover its heritage in volleyball By Michael Ashcraft, LCA journalism teacher — Some of the girls had never touched a volleyball before. And here they were dominating their season-ending game against North Hollywood’s Summit View School, whom they snuffed in three straight sets. It was a fitting culmination of a two-year more »

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