Strategic Areas of Focus

  • To advance our mission, encourage the practice of our core values, and provide the educational program that will instill the necessary attributes in our students, we plan to focus our energy in the following strategic areas: 


    To give students the best chance for success in our current fast-paced and increasingly integrated world, we must expose them to experiences and immerse them in situations that expand their awareness, appreciation, and understanding of cultures, languages, and traditions other than their own.

    • Facilitate teacher programming modules that create alignment and understanding of the LNC values of diversity and inclusion.

    • Continue to develop and deliver consistent, age-appropriate student programming solutions that cultivate an awareness and understanding of diversity and inclusion.

    • Research, prioritize and adopt best practices that foster and support a diverse school-wide community.


    LNC Statement Re: Recent Attacks on Asian-Americans and Pacific Islanders 

    LNC Statement Re: The Death of George Floyd




    The mission of this newly-formed committee is to help enrich the LNC student’s overall experience in academics, leadership and service while being mindful of their personal wellness—with a goal of going above and beyond traditional academics to help our students develop into well-rounded, community-minded young adults, with leadership and other skills that can help them succeed in life and make positive impacts on their communities. 

    THRIVETHRIVE stands for: 

    • Total student development 

    • Holistic preparedness 

    • Readiness for the future 

    • Innovative thinking

    • Visionary approach to education 

    • Enriching extra-curricular experiences 

    The short term goals for the committee are to provide a campus-wide service project, assess the Leadership in Action program to ensure that we have a strong, comprehensive program that aligns with our mission, and conduct research with our alumni to determine what experience and support would best prepare them for the world beyond LNC, both college and work-force.