By Kayla Armstrong, LCA sophomore Growing up I always seen kids with a mom and dad and always going out to eat and having a good time. Well believe it or not, I didn’t have that. My mom was my mother and father, and it was always just me and her. My father was really more »
By Kayla Armstrong, LCA sophomore Writing essays in class is one thing, but writing essays in Spanish? Ha! How about translating 36 paragraphs for one homework assignment? Clearly, Spanish 3 – the Advanced Placement exam prep class – is not a Mickey Mouse class at Santa Monica’s premier Christian high school, the Lighthouse Christian Academy. more »
By Aden Craig Ralph, LCA sophomore Trina Gratton always liked Spanish soap operas – called telenovelas – and watched them with her mother and grandmother. “They’re addicting – all the drama, the characters and their backgrounds,” Trina said. So when at the end of Spanish 2 at the teacher showed “Betty La Fea,” it occurred more »
Posted on 16. Feb, 2017 by Michael.
For the second straight year, Lighthouse Christian Academy entered soccer playoffs — a decided break from a long past of never making post-season play. But the Saints mechanics ran rough on Feb. 15 against delToledo High School, which dismissed LCA with a resounding 0-6 defeat. For about a week, Lighthouse players were thinking their third-place more »
Lighthouse’s potentially playoff-deciding loss to Newbury can be blamed on a bag of flaming hot cheetos. That’s all one player ate all day before the game. The Saints matchup on Feb. 7 promised to be high stakes challenge. Newbury Park was last year’s league champs that LCA managed to upset this season 2-1 with energy more »