Archive for 'Christian school in Santa Monica'

A summer marine biologist

Posted on 16. Feb, 2018 by .

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By Rudee Becerra – Summer didn’t lose her summer. No, Summer Liampetchakul, an LCA junior, didn’t miss out on lounging on the beach and waking up at noon after watching videos all night. Instead, twice a week for five hours a day she worked a job — with NO PAY. And she liked it. That’s more »

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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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