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Extra-Curricular Organizations

Elementary Run Club

Coach - Jason Harding

Open to boys and girls in grades 4 - 6. Our program will be designed to teach and develop runners in their physical growth; running form and pace, nutrition, and competition, as well as encourage fellowship, community, perseverance, character and their spiritual walk with God. 

We will have approximately 2 instructional practices per week at LCA, and runners will be expected to condition through other sports, activities, and/or personal running schedule. We will also be participating in several cross-country "fun-run" races which will be approximately 1 mile in length. Runners will also have the opportunity to participate in a 2-mile race at the end of the season!

Elementary Basketball 

Maryann Whitt-League Director 

Our teams are members of the Dayton Metro Basketball Conference. This is a competitive winter select basketball league serving over 40 communities and over 430 teams from 3rd to 6th grades for both boys and girls.

Numismatic Society

Parent Leader - Dave Norris

Numismatics - is the study or collection of currency, including coins, tokens, paper money and related objects.

We are a group of Legacy Christian Academy students, homeschool students, and parent volunteers who enjoy the study and collection of coins, currency, and related items. We were founded February 28, 2017.

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Chess Club 

Tim Combs-Club Leader

 3rd – 12th grade students are welcome to participate in learning strategy and playing the game of chess each Friday after school in the Library. Normally 10 to 12 students participate, but we are always looking to include more! Playing Chess can help to improve reading skills, attention span, creativity, concentration and memory. While playing chess, you use both sides of your brain, develop problem solving skills and strategic thinking.  It is a fun way to compete and make friends!

“Chess helps you to concentrate and improve your logic. It teaches you to play by the rules, take responsibility for your actions and how to problem solve in an uncertain environment.” – Garry Kasparov (a chess grandmaster)


Robotics Camp

Camp Director- Andy Brads

Discovering LEGO Robotics is for students entering grades 5-8 who have little or no experience with robotics. At this 5-day camp, campers entering grades 5-8 will have fun while learning important STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) skills by designing, building, and programming LEGO robots.

Challenge LEGO Robotics is fo campers entering grades 6-9 will build their STEM skills in teams of two by building and programming robots to meet increasingly complex challenges. This camp 5-day camp is great for students who have experience with robotics and are strongly motivated, team-oriented problem solvers.

Campers will use LEGO MINDSTORMS EV3 robotics while:

  • designing and building robots to meet challenging objectives.
  • integrating mathematics into programming.
  • using sensors to perform increasingly precise robot movements.


Athletic Camps

Summer-Varsity Coaches

The LCA Athletic Department is excited to invite all rising 2nd - 6th graders to attend our summer athletic camps. The camps will take place over 4 weeks with each week being dedicated to a specific sport. The camps will be led by our varsity coaches with the help of their high school athletes. Those attending will learn the basic skills of the sport, learn to play in a game situation, and have a ton of fun!


Non-Discrimination Policy: Legacy Christian Academy does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in admissions policies, financial aid, athletic and other school-administered programs. Legacy Christian Academy reserves the right to select students on the basis of academic performance, religious commitment, lifestyle choices, and personal qualifications including a willingness to cooperate with Legacy Christian Academy administration and to abide by its policies. (Romans 2:11)

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