Laramie Christian Academy is a Private, Classical Christian School in Laramie, Wyoming, providing a Biblical Worldview for children in grades Preschool through 8th* with high quality academics and individualized instruction.
*In seat High School starting Fall 2025!


Partnering with families to equip students with 1) academic excellence, 2) biblical knowledge and values,
and 3) a resilient hope in Jesus Christ to impact the world around them to the glory of God.

Notice Of Nondiscriminatory Policy As To Students

Notice Of Nondiscriminatory Policy As To Students Laramie Christian Academy admits students of any race, color, national, and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs. 

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As parents of school aged children, our family schedules are deeply intwined with the school calendar. As we prepare for three months of summer break, we thought this article would be of use to many of you! ... See MoreSee Less
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Why should Christians read the Classics? (Part 2)As a reminder, we are borrowing these ideas from Cheryl Lowe in her article entitled "Why should Christians read the pagan Classics?"Virtue: "Virtues are the powers or moral habits that enable us to be what we ought to be, to achieve our telos (our end of purpose). Our modern world has reduced all virtues to one-- tolerance. Our standards are unbelievably low. We have absorbed the the philosophy of materialism, and we care more about comfort and happiness than about excellence. We are not only soft, we are wimps. But we can learn from the Greeks and Romans that our Christian forebears knew and practiced- virtue, what Greeks called arete." Lowe continues, "rereading the Apology of Socrates has made me realize why the gospel is called the Good News, and how good it was to the Greeks, as well as the Jews. The Jews couldn't live up to the Law, and the Greeks couldn't live up to Socrates. Scripture shows us our true human condition in a way the Greeks did not and could not-- shows us our relationship to God, that we are sinners, that we are a fallen race in need of redemption, that sin separates us from God, that God loves us and offers us grace & salvation."She continues, " ... See MoreSee Less
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Why should Christians read the Classics?In the next few weeks, we will share a few reasons why we believe Christians should read the Classics. In doing so, we will share some wise thoughts from a Memoria Press article written by Cheryl Lowe.1.) Architecture: "The Greeks discovered the proportions that are most appealing to the human eye, which are based on nature's greatest work of art: the human body. The principles of classical architecture-- scale, , mass proportion, symmetry-- were worked out by the Greeks in great detail and built upon in succeeding generations. Regardless of the style of architecture, observing the style of architecture, observing the principles first laid down by the Greeks will ensure that your building will be beautiful. The principles are true , and they have never been overturned."Lowe concludes by saying the following: " God is the creative mind; the Greeks studied His book of nature, & we study the Greeks. In the providence of God, that appears to be His plan. Whether we realize it or not, when we study the Greeks, we are, if only indirectly, glimpsing the mind of God." ... See MoreSee Less
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Interested in joining our team for the 2024-2025 school year? Apply today! More positions are available. ... See MoreSee Less
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People often ask how Classical Christian Education differs from conventional Christian education. Its a great question that we love being asked as Laramie's only Classical Christian school. "Classical Christian education (CCE) follows the classical model—the one used exclusively for more than 1,000 years in the West prior to the progressive model’s appearance in the early 1900s. Conventional Christian schools typically follow the progressive model of education—borrowed, sometimes inadvertently, from the template of modern public schools." The article below by The Classical Difference is a wonderful resource if you are interested in learning more about "the pearl of great price" in education, and how it may differ from other private Christian schools. ... See MoreSee Less
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