Clubs & Activities
Project Lead the Way (PLTW)- Provides pathways for our students in the areas of computer science, engineering, and biomedical science through hands-on activities, projects, and real-world challenges. LWCS teachers are trained to implement the STEM lessons with fidelity.
Girls on the Run- Girls on the run club will start this Spring 2023. This club is for our students in 3rd-7th grade. Girls gain a sense of empowerment through exercise by building their self-esteem, confidence, and peer relationships. There is a registration fee associated with this club to pay for the girls’ shirts and expenses related to the final run in the Spring.
Gents- This male only school club is developed to build boys social skills and leadership skills through the guidance of Steven Covey’s book “The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Teens.” The club material has been customized for grades 5th – 7th.
First Energize- Is a robotics community that prepares young people for the future through project-based, hands-on programs by introducing them to engineering and coding.
Gardening- This club provides students with an opportunity to work together and learn about horticulture as they develop school and community gardens.
Drama/Theatre- The drama club is an extracurricular activity that helps increase student confidence, leadership qualities, and help them to explore their hidden talents in acting.
TedED- Through this program, students develop 21st century skills, deepen their student-student and student-educator relationships, and are better prepared to advocate for the problems of today and the future. Students get to share their ideas in the form of TED-style short talks with students around the world.
All students attend weekly chapel. Chapel is led by LWCS teachers that have Biblical foundations. Chapel is an interactive and engaging time for students to learn and participate in Bible lessons with the entire school. During Wednesday Chapel service students praise, worship, hear the taught word of God, and pray. Parents are welcome to join in-person or via Zoom.
Student Code of Conduct
The primary goal of the discipline program at Living Water Christian School is to ensure that our students are responsive and obedient to God’s authority through His written word on all matters (Psalms 119:11; Hebrews 12:6-11).
Our Schoolwide expectation is that students adhere to the Dolphin 3:
The learning environment becomes difficult without guidelines. At LWCS students are given clear expectations and teachers model the expected behavior. Students are corrected and disciplined in love with an opportunity for prayer, forgiveness, and reconciliation through restorative practices.