Archive for 'Christian school in Santa Monica'

Great at football? Thank basketball

Posted on 05. Nov, 2017 by .

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By Garrett Lahood, LCA sophomore – His grandpa played in the NFL. His muscle-bound dad was also a football freak. But it was basketball that made Marcus Scribner great at football. Yes, basketball. As the Lighthouse Christian Academy trounced Bellarmine-Jefferson High School 50-28 on Oct. 28, Marcus again showed the fancy footwork that has made more »

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LCA pushes back against 250-lb linemen in loss to Calvary Chapel Downey

Posted on 18. Sep, 2017 by .

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By Marcus Scribner, LCA sophomore – Calvary Chapel Downey won the first half, but the Saints won the second half of Saturday’s football game. Despite the 18-48 loss, the Lighthouse Christian Academy‘s 8-man football team left the game with their heads held high. Because they were smaller and had injured players, LCA was no match more »

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Aw! A sweet girl talks about her transition into Lighthouse

Posted on 22. Jun, 2017 by .

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By Ymani Iyamah, LCA sophomore – As I finish off my sophomore year at Lighthouse Christian Academy, I can’t help but think about how I got to this school and my experiences here. I moved to Santa Monica from Santa Clarita in seventh grade. I wasn’t particularly happy to go to a school as small more »

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The Jesus freaks at the Christian school in Santa Monica

Posted on 12. Jun, 2017 by .

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By Hailey Johnson, LCA sophomore – Before I came to LCA, I was a student at John Adams Middle School. If you’ve never visited JAMS , a 1-word summary of the school would be: disorganized. The school was filled with around 1,000 kids, each equipped with a sailor mouth. It was my last year at more »

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When my cousin was gunned down, I died too

Posted on 12. May, 2017 by .

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By Jordan Sheppard, LCA sophomore – Santyone Moore was killed in an ambush shooting in 2015. When he died that day, I did too. Santyone was my cousin, but because of the age difference, he acted more like a father figure. Santyone was in his late 20s when I was in middle school. He would more »

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