The information below provides a general timeline for families applying to LCS for the upcoming year:
1. Applications for the upcoming academic year may be submitted at any time after November of the current school year.
2. Only completed applications will be reviewed by the Admissions Committee.
3. Completed applications received before April 1st will be reviewed and given a decision within two weeks after submission. However, in grade levels that are close to capacity, decisions will be made after April 1st.
4. Applications submitted after April 1st will be reviewed within two weeks of the date of submission. (Please note that incomplete applications will delay a decision.)
5. Decisions on applications received after June 1st may take longer for the Admissions Committee to review.
- Where do i get help with my application?
- Does LCS accept students with special needs?
- Should my child be fluent in English to attend LCS?
- What languages are offered at LCS?
- What are the school hours?
- What after school activities does the school offer?
- How do I pay the $200 application fee?
Admission is contingent upon a match between the student's needs and the level of services available. For that reason, the admission of any students with special needs is determined on a case-by-case basis using multiple sources of information such as school records, evaluations, and interviews with students, parents and teachers. The following more specific criteria must be met:
- There is sufficient space and resources available to meet the student’s academic, physical, emotional and social needs.
Admission of the student will not detract from the learning or well-being of other students at LCS.
You can find more information here
LCS provides services to support English Language Learners. However, admission to the High School is contingent upon the students anticipated ability to complete the IB Diploma in grades 11 and 12 without English language support. You can find more information here.
Students can select at least two different activities each week in a three-module rotation throughout the year. Each module contains a variety of activities from which students and parents can choose from, including but not limited to: African drumming, soccer, drama, choir, swimming, basketball, basket weaving, bread and pastry making, recycled art, Spanish, and karate.