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National Honor Society chapter now at LCA

Posted on 12. Nov, 2017 by .

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By Alexis Lyons, LCA junior – The Lighthouse Christian Academy launched a National Honor Society chapter and started with a day of service on Veteran’s Day. Students helped prepare and deliver meals to homeless vets and other homeless in Santa Monica. The National Honor Society is a national organization that recognizes outstanding high school students. more »

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LCA volleyball starter’s love of the game started on the bench

Posted on 19. Oct, 2017 by .

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By Tailoni Jenkins, LCA sophomore – When Junior Alexis Lyons serves the ball, it’s like anti-tank rocket launch into enemy terrain. She makes the jump serve, deep dig and ball control all look easy, but actually they are the result of four years of hard work, practice — and sitting on the bench. Many an more »

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A hot telenovela for extra points in Spanish 2

Posted on 17. Feb, 2017 by .

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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 more »

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In only second match, renascent Saints get their first win

Posted on 05. Oct, 2016 by .

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By Alexis Lyons, LCA sophomore Well, that didn’t take long. Supposedly the reconstruction of the Saints volleyball team would be an arduous haul through a string of disheartening losses. But the resurgent Saints won their first set against a league team Tuesday against Pacific Lutheran 15-11 on the sand of Manhattan Beach. “What an exciting more »

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He lost a destiny in soccer but got a destiny in God

Posted on 08. Jun, 2016 by .

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By Alex Cervantes, LCA sophomore All Junior Cervantes ever wanted was to play professional soccer. The Pacoima native was cultivated on some of the best clubs. His dad, an ardent player, taught him the ball was “his money. You wouldn’t let anybody take your money away from you, would you?” Once in the championship, he more »

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