A school that works with your family

Opening the doors to Christian education

  • Living Stones was founded to be a welcoming place. Many families think that a Christian education is out of reach financially. We’re on a mission to change that perception.

  • Tuition that’s equitable. Your family is unique and your tuition is too. We’re committed to working individually with each family.

  • Discover a community that cheers you on. Every family at LSA volunteers to serve the school. That offsets some cost, and it also deepens the relationship between parents, students, and staff.

All kinds of families are welcome here

We’re the opposite of exclusive. That means we don’t want finances to be a barrier. 

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Income-based tuition

Families may opt to pay tuition on a sliding scale based on household size and federal income guidelines. The tuition calculator is an easy way to find out how much your yearly tuition and monthly payments will be.
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Full tuition

Tuition for full-time students (preschool–sixth grade) is $8,900 per student. Tuition information for part-time in our Early Childhood program is available on the Early Childhood page.

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Transformative stories

Is it worth it? Students return to LSA year after year because parents see the value in a school like this. Students are excelling academically and learning in a Christ-centered environment.

Raising a family in community

Raising kids in community with teachers and other parents who are also following Jesus is a beautiful picture of the body of Christ.

A community of prayer and love

Meet the Yang family. Namsik and Eun Yang have two children at LSA: Yeasol (3rd grade) Chansol (1st grade), and have been at LSA since 2016 when Yeasol was in preschool. We asked Eun to reflect on the blessing that LSA has been to their family. 

Seeing each child through God’s eyes

We know that each LSA student is made in God’s image and that our God makes no mistakes. But in a school setting, achievers are often celebrated and students that don’t quite fit in a box are labeled as problems to be fixed.

A tangible way to have a fresh start

David is helping the students see themselves as God sees them, as loved and full of potential.

Academic support available for students

By Lauren Buffum, Educational Support Services Director At Living Stones Academy we believe that every child is made in God’s image. Consequently, one of our main responsibilities as educators is to affirm their dignity and worth, and to come alongside each student to...

School dog welcomes students each day

Meet Baltic. He’s a four-year-old goldendoodle that has an important job at Living Stones. He is at school every school day all day and students are welcome to pet and interact with him. Research has shown many positive benefits to having a dog in school, including...

What does it mean to be “unwaveringly Christ-Centered”?

By Rev. Aaron Winkle, head of school When I introduce someone to Living Stones I begin by stating we are “unwaveringly Christ-centered.” I start there, because above everything else, we are a Christian learning community. What does that mean exactly? Well, it means...

Learning to love what God loves

How do we learn to love what God loves? Offering ourselves in worship is one way our hearts are shaped. Here’s a glimpse of what worship looks like at Living Stones. It’s Wednesday morning at Living Stones. At 8:00 a.m., the halls fill with with boisterous students,...

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