Fundraisers are an important part of the overall success of LSCS. With a desire to keep tuition affordable, our parents have taken on the sole responsibility of our major fundraisers. These events are spread throughout the school year, and all parents are encouraged to participate. If you would like more information about our fundraisers, please call the schol office at (281)331-0086.
The LSCS Annual Auction takes place every year at Victory Camp located just across the street from our school campus. For several weeks ahead of time, tickets are on sale through the school office for a special auction dinner. Each year this fun-filled event is more successful than the year before. Not only do we want to thank our parents for their help, but also the staff of Victory Camp and all those who generously donate and purchase the items at the auction.
The annual LSCS Walk-a-Thon happens each year at Victory Camp. This fundraiser includes our entire upper and lower elementary. Each child is asked to walk ten miles, having gathered pledges from friends and relatives that sponsor them for each mile walked. There are different incentives for pledges received and prizes for certain amounts of money turned in. The class that collects the largest amount of pledged money will have a special party.
On the day of the Walk-a-Thon, parents are invited to walk along with their children and share in the picnic lunch. After the walking is complete, the camp activities are open for all to enjoy.
The annual LSCS Game-a-Thon takes place each year on the LSCS campus. This fundraiser includes junior high, as well as, high school. Each student is asked to participate for a total of ten hours, having gathered pledges from friends and relatives that sponsors them for each hour of game competition.
The entire junior high and high school are divided into teams complete with team T-shirts and team slogans. Each hour of the evening is spent with the teams competing with one another through organized wacky games. The team winners of the evening are awarded with casual day passes to be used for the remainder of the school year. It is a super fun evening that the students look forward to each year.
The annual book fair is set up and managed by parent volunteers. This is an opportunity for parents to view new books for their home libraries. They can order books for their home as well as for their child’s classroom. All books are delivered within a few weeks.