Light of Faith Christian Academy is located conveniently between Mill Creek and Bothell, serving both communities. We are walking distance from North Creek Park and less than two miles away from Mill Creek Square and Mill Creek Town Center.
Light of Faith Christian Academy began several years ago as a ministry of Light of Faith Christian Church and has been one of the growing schools in the area. We have an enrolled student body spanning from Pre-K to 12th grade, offering individualized education that pertains to each student's personal needs
Light of Faith Christian Academy is a non-denominational Ministry and accepts students from several denominations. Light of Faith Christian Academy is a Ministry of Light of Faith Christian Church. We are a registered 501(c3) Nonprofit Organization.
Light of Faith Christian Academy includes families from as far as Everett, Lynnwood, and Bellevue. Our students represent a variety of churches of different languages, denominations, and home countries. We also admit students from families who have no church/multi-church affiliations.
Our well-trained Pre-K through 12th grade classroom Supervisors and Monitors are dedicated to giving your students individual attention. All have or are pursuing advanced degrees. Specialists are involved in the teaching of technology, music, fine arts, physical education, and foreign language classes.
Our Class sizes are small, with a high staff-student ratio, allowing our students to receive individual attention promoting more effective, well-paced learning. Our policy of individualized education means that each student's curriculum, care, and instruction are prescribed according to his/her individual need.
Foreign languages are a vital part of a practical and quality Christian Education and are required at LFCA. Students at LFCA can take Spanish, English (Second Language), French, Latin, Modern Greek, New Testament Greek, or Hebrew. Students at LFCA learn about many different cultures and backgrounds, and exposure to other languages is one of the ways students learn about the world we live in.
One of our biggest goals is to actively prepare students for their higher academics, their careers, and their future responsibilities. Students will be using relevant and updated equipment to learn. Online testing, research projects, and e-learning will be part of students' curriculum. Every graduate will learn how to use technology as a safe and useful tool. Utilizing e-mail, office, browsing, the cloud, and other useful applications, students will face less learning curve as their future requires them to apply technological skills.