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Congrats to LPA's 2018 Soccer team. Our Lions beat out 32 other charter and private schools for the championship game!

Kindergarten teacher with students

Small Group Instruction or "Fluid Learning Groups" are used in reading and math to drive subject mastery. Students are taught with other children who are currently learning on the same level. This allows our teaching to be more focused, and therefore, more effective in helping students progress.

Congrats Lions!

Congratulations to our 2017 Boys and Girls Cross Country team for taking 1st Place at Regionals!

3rd grade art

3rd Grader


The Little Mermaid 

Ballroom championships 2016
Jr. High Choir
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Congratulations to our 2017- 2018 Ballroom team for placing 1st in all team dances! 

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Required Child Abuse Information & Training

During the 2014 General Session of the Utah Legislature a bill was passed mandating all schools to provide training and instruction on child sexual abuse prevention and awareness to school personnel in elementary and secondary schools and to parents or guardians of elementary school students. The bill is now part of Utah Code and can be found in UCA 53A-13-112. Also, in 1999, Utah’s “Duty to Report” law was put into effect requiring all Utah citizens, age 18 and older, to report suspected child abuse and neglect.

Ca$h For Tra$h!

Welcome back to school! We have several fun contests throughout the year in order to keep everyone motivated and make the most money possible for the school. The best part is, all the money will come from things that you would otherwise throw away! It’s time to get everyone you know involved in saving these items to make more money.
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LPA delivers a Classical Education. The Utah State Board of Education gauges student progress based upon a handful of criteria, measured by computer adaptive testing. This typically assesses proficiency in state standards for English/Language Arts, Mathematics, and Science. While this is important, Classical Education strives for much more!
Since the time of the ancient Greeks and Romans, Classical Education has been about the “entire human-being,” which includes intellectual and moral virtues. Intellectually, its goal is to teach students to think well and to master a certain body of knowledge. In terms of moral virtues, it guides students to act with honor and integrity, and to exhibit discipline and self-control. A Classical Education also emphasizes the importance of outward service and greater personal resiliency and courage.
These Classical Education benchmarks are rarely pursued or measured in a typical public school. Critically, LPA students follow the path of ancient Greek and Renaissance scholars, focusing on core subjects and the arts.
“To know nothing of what happened before you were born, is to forever remain a child.” – Cicero