The spiritual environment at Lutheran South Academy is interwoven into the daily fabric of student life. It is not uncommon to see students and teachers praying together during class and in the hallways.
At LSA we cultivate an atmosphere of sharing life under the Gospel of Jesus as student and teachers learn more about faith together.
Classes begin every day with devotions, and students engage in study and reflection of God's Word in required Bible and spiritual life classes.
In weekly chapels, students and faculty gather together as the family of Christ to praise and worship God. Chapels are directed by our worship leader, faculty members, and supporting church leaders. Each of the three age-appropriate chapels emphasizes the study of God's Word, prayer and praise. Lower School students are led in worship using creative music that encourages their faith development. Middle and Upper School students have their own student-led chapel band that encourages a time to worship and interact with our living and active, triune God.
Students have the opportunity to attend prayer gatherings, discussion groups, and weekend evening events providing opportunities to praise God and study His Word beyond the school day.