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  • When I share my passion for Lakewood Catholic Academy with others I always say the same thing . . . My children's lives will forever be shaped by their time at this school. Their foundation, their faith and their friends are deeply impacted by their LCA experience. I am confident they will be better human beings for it. Providing them with the opportunity to attend LCA is one the greatest gifts we are giving them as parents.

    Margie Wright-McGowan, Parent

  • We are absolutely thrilled with the education that our three daughters received from Lakewood Catholic Academy. The preparation they received for the transition to High School was excellent which allowed them to continue to excel.

    Ken Rogozinski, Alumni Parent

  • Lakewood Catholic Academy offers a world class education. The reason we love the school is that it prepares them to leave the world a much better place than they found it!

    Wayne Wallace, Parent

  • The Sisters of Charity of Saint Augustine are so very proud of the excellent education being offered at Lakewood Catholic Academy. LCA is extending our ministry in education which the sisters did for so many years at Saint Luke's and Saint Augustine Academy. Thank you for keeping the tradition alive!

    Sister Marian Durkin, CSA

  • I am proud of Lakewood Catholic Academy! Since the school was founded, it has gone from strength-to-strength, with excellent academic, athletic and arts programs. Financial aid opportunities have been expanded too. When I meet Catholic parents, I always encourage them to consider LCA. The school is an asset to the entire community!

    Mary Ann Henderson, Community Volunteer

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Lakewood Catholic Academy (LCA) is a private, Catholic, co-educational elementary school in Lakewood, OH – a western suburb of Cleveland – serving students from preschool age through grade eight.

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Thank you to all of our LCA families for splashing by Family Night at the Book Fair! From our Student Ambassadors, Library Club Helpers, and Parent Volunteers, we could not have had such a successful event without you. ... See MoreSee Less

Thank you to all of our LCA families for splashing by Family Night at the Book Fair! From our Student Ambassadors, Library Club Helpers, and Parent Volunteers, we could not have had such a successful event without you.Image attachmentImage attachment+2Image attachment

BLAST OFF! 🚀 Today, our fifth graders SOARED into their thematic unit on all things SPACE! Students began the day being sorted into teams named for astronauts such as John Glenn, Mae Jemison, Sally Ride and Jim Lovell. They worked with their teammates during each class period to complete a wide variety of challenges. Teams built and tested marshmallow "lunar landers" with Mrs. Christyson and reflected on planet themed orchestral suites with Miss Kuntz. They determined how their age would change if they lived in space with Mrs. Knowlton and participated in team conflict training with Miss Morabeto. They simulated decision making related to the Apollo 13 mission with Mrs. Arrighi and trained as astronauts with Mrs. Petty. Students rose to each challenge, and were rewarded with Rocket Popsicles at the end of the day. Throughout this unit, students will read and analyze the book, "Team Moon: How 400,000 People Landed Apollo 11 on the Moon" by Catherine Thimmesh. We had a wonderful day and we are looking forward to our space themed field trip to the Great Lake Science Center this Friday. ... See MoreSee Less

BLAST OFF! 🚀 Today, our fifth graders SOARED into their thematic unit on all things SPACE! Students began the day being sorted into teams named for astronauts such as John Glenn, Mae Jemison, Sally Ride and Jim Lovell. They worked with their teammates during each class period to complete a wide variety of challenges. Teams built and tested marshmallow lunar landers with Mrs. Christyson and reflected on planet themed orchestral suites with Miss Kuntz. They determined how their age would change if they lived in space with Mrs. Knowlton and participated in team conflict training with Miss Morabeto. They simulated decision making related to the Apollo 13 mission with Mrs. Arrighi and trained as astronauts with Mrs. Petty. Students rose to each challenge, and were rewarded with Rocket Popsicles at the end of the day. Throughout this unit, students will read and analyze the book, Team Moon: How 400,000 People Landed Apollo 11 on the Moon by Catherine Thimmesh. We had a wonderful day and we are looking forward to our space themed field trip to the Great Lake Science Center this Friday.Image attachmentImage attachment+6Image attachment

WATCH NOW 📹 Click below to watch the highlight video from Friday's classroom transformation day. Thank you to our amazing teachers and their dedicated crews of parent volunteers who made this magic possible! ... See MoreSee Less

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