(05/05/2021)
“A Promise is a Promise!” Proverbs 22:6…We believe in it …

We promise to provide the best in quality education in a caring, Christian environment at Little Kanawha Valley Christian School, “a promise is a promise.” We’ve even put our promises in writing so that you, our Christian school parents, can know what to expect from your Christian school.

We promise to strive to make the most of every
day and to give your student a quality education.

That means we are committed to excellence in our academics and in our life skills program. By God’s grace and with His help, you’ll receive a maximum effort from our highly qualified and dedicated faculty.

We promise to teach the Bible to your students every day.

God’s Word is important to your home and to our Christian school, so you will not find us taking shortcuts in this area. By the way, it isn’t enough to just teach the Word of God; you’ll find our faculty committed to living it as examples of the believer.

We promise to have times of prayer every day.

Prayer doesn’t belong in our school just for some pre-determined, scheduled time. Prayer belongs in our school whenever needs arise. This trains our children to look beyond themselves and towards the Source of our (their) faith and strength.

We promise to teach your student Biblical morality every day.

We live in a society where many young people are growing up without any direction as to right and wrong. Our children need to know God’s unchanging absolutes that are taught in His Word. If they aren’t taught the right way to live, the world will teach them otherwise.

We promise to teach your student the
meaning of godly, Christian character.

We believe in training students to be responsible, diligent, determined, decisive, loyal, punctual, grateful, truthful, forgiving, patient, serving, and kind. This is teaching that goes into the heart and mind. This is the teaching that leads to our next generation of responsible and giving community members.

We promise to support you as a parent.

The Christian school is to be an extension of the home, and we strive to train your child in the same godly way you would train him if you could be by his side every day. We will not undermine you.

We promise to keep an “open door” to you for better communication.

We value our parents’ thoughts, concerns, and opinions. You’ll find us willing to listen and wanting to help you as you face problems and difficulties. We are here to serve you and your family.

A Promise is a Promise!

Check us out at our Facebook page, Little Kanawha Valley Christian School and at   www.lkvchristianschool.com

Open Enrollment for new students at LKVCS is available now. Curriculum costs are waived if students are enrolled prior to May 24, 2021.

We offer a Christ-centered, highly academic, and life-skill driven education to the children of our school. We surround our children with the teachings from God’s Word in grades K4-12th. Children in the K4/K5 program learn their letters, sounds, blends, and numbers, along with cursive handwriting skills. That education builds to a solid foundation as they go through each grade level. Students receive a diploma upon graduation and are eligible for all the scholarships and college acceptances as any other WV graduate. We are here for the families that want a Christ-centered quality education that nurtures not only what is taught within the classroom walls, but the life skills necessary to be responsible community members who will take pride in a job well-done. Our prayer and hope is that if this appears to be the place for your child and your family, you will contact us today with your questions.

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Call with your questions today. 304-354-6436

LKVCS, Inc., shall admit students of any race, color, national or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded and made to the students at this school. The school shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, athletic or any other programs administered by the school.


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