News & Updates

The LBS Great American’s program kicked off our Thanksgiving break in honor of the Thanksgiving celebration.

Take a grumpy miser, add some costumed spirits, and mix thoroughly with Victorian London to produce an excellent LBS senior class play.

As autumn falls into winter, LBS students transition into their second quarter by taking nine-week exams.

On Saturday, November 7, the Lancaster Baptist School marching band celebrated Veteran’s Day a little bit differently than in years past.

A once-in-a-lifetime golden opportunity shone its way into the Lancaster Baptist High School varsity basketball program this past Monday, November 2. Students and parents alike turned out for this historical event.

Football, hot dogs, bright lights, and the sounds of a marching band—Homecoming 2009 included all of this and much more.

The advent of autumn brings refreshing experiences: apple cider, cooler temperatures, beautiful colors and the LBS Harvest Festival!  This special event will take place on Eagle Field and the playground areas around LBS.

When God created man, He gave him a body, soul, and spirit. At LBS, we train young people with a comprehensive, Christ-honoring, and content-rich curriculum.

"Will the real disciple please stand up?" Pastor Kurt Skelly showed Lancaster Baptist School students three disciples found in Luke 59:57-62 during chapel on Wednesday, September 30, 2009.

What do autumn temperatures, blue and gold traditions, and Friday the sixteenth all have in common?  Why, Lancaster Baptist School Homecoming, of course! 

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