The difference is on the inside: CELEBRATING 25 YEARS

Lincoln Christian Academy

Raising Servant Leaders Through Christian Education

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Our elementary program features class sizes and starts with K4 and goes through 6th grade. We teach all subjects with a Christian worldview. Our students enjoy integrated technology, music theory, drama, art, art history, and Physical Education!

At LCA our students are learning to love God and serve the community. They are challenged to excel in reading, writing, and problem solving. Learn more about our programs on our Elementary page.


Our Jr. High School program is housed on the elementary campus. Students are in a collaborative classroom and enjoy individualized learning with technology integration. Fine Arts, Life Skills and Physical Education enable students to explore their God-given gifts.

Students will be prepared academically as well as spiritually for the next step in God’s plan as they pursue whatever their heart desires after graduating from Lincoln Christian Academy.

High School

Our High School program prepares children for their future with a strong focus on academics, speech, leadership, practical life skills, and deepening their relationship with Christ. 

Our Mission 

To educate students in academic excellence and spiritual wholeness, imparting to them the Biblical principles of servant- leadership so that they will be able to lead their generation with Godly wisdom and integrity.

Character & Curriculum

By emphasizing Biblically-based character traits throughout the year, our students will grow spiritually and in moral character. 

We meet or exceed state and national standards by providing a higher level of learning and content; our standards aim for higher and broader goals, considering the state and national standards to be a minimum.

IEW Certified School

Lincoln Christian Academy is certified with the Institute for Excellence in Writing, one of only three in the state of California.

Using the four language arts—listening, speaking, reading, and writing—IEW methods have been proven to be effective for students of all ages and levels of ability, including those who are gifted, have special needs, or are English language learners.

Our School HISTORY

In a true community, people are willing to make sacrifices for the good of the rest.  We certainly have seen that at Lincoln Christian Academy.  LCA started as a “one-room school house” in 1995 with one teacher, and fourteen students in grades Kindergarten through Fourth.  The First Baptist Church in Lincoln agreed to house the school on their property.  The founders, Bob and Becky Romness, provided the startup money.  Over the years, with the help of our school staff, school parents, school board members and many other individuals from the community, we have been able to build both the attendance and facilities at LCA.  Today over 100 students attend the school in grades K4 – 12th grade and we have 21 staff members.


Parent Teacher Fellowship (PTF)

Plan events and fundraisers to benefit students and our community

Pizza Fundraiser

Support our student field trips and take a break from packing a lunch!


Earn tuition credit through our SCRIP program.


Help in your child’s classroom, organize events, tutor a student, and more!

Apply for Tuition Assistance

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Christ-Centered Education 

Our aim is to educate students in academic excellence and spiritual wholeness, imparting to them the Biblical principles of servant-leadership so that they will be able to lead their generation with Godly wisdom and integrity.


Lincoln Christian Academy offers competitive tuition rates, with many flexible payment options, allowing your students to get a great Christian education – affordably. 




Years Established

Get In Touch

Location: 1200 HWY 193, Lincoln CA

Elementary Telephone: (916) 645-6280


Non-Discrimination Policy

All students are welcome at Lincoln Christian Academy regardless of race, national or ethnic origin, provided the student and parent(s) are willing to support all school policies, rules of conduct, and clearly understand that Biblical Christianity is taught as an integral part of the curriculum.