According to an article in Education Week, a study published by the Annenberg Institute at Brown University found that “Student-teacher relationships are a key and core feature of a successful school, and one way to help develop those is by giving teachers and students more time to get to know each other.”
At LHS, relationships are prioritized in preparing our students to lead lives of impact. This is why we have one lunch period where teachers are available for extra help or to talk with a student in need. As a small Christian High School, LHS offers students the chance to take multiple classes with the same teacher, so deeper relationships are built, and deeper learning happens.
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