Lighthouse Baptist Academy is dually accredited through the AISA and Cognia with the AISA serving as the Lead Agency in this partnership. Becoming accredited through these organizations confirms that the quality of education already being provided to the students at LBA was on par with some of the best Christian schools in the country. This is a testament to the great staff and faculty that the Lord has assembled here as well as the wonderful families that we get to serve.
There are currently 273 students enrolled at Lighthouse Baptist Academy.
The number of students in each class may vary by different grades.
We have an average of 16 students per classroom and kindergarten classes are aided by teaching assistants as well as the lead teacher.
Please refer to our Tuition & Other Fees.
Lighthouse Baptist Academy follows the admission guidelines set forth by the state of Alabama. Children entering the 3-year old kindergarten must be age 3 by October 1. Children entering the 4-year old kindergarten must be age 4 by October 1. Children entering the 5-year old kindergarten must be age 5 by October 1.
Classes start at 8:00 for all kindergarten, elementary and high school students.
Before & After School program begins at 6:00 AM and ends at 6:00 PM.
6 AM – 8 AM (morning)
3 PM – 6 PM (afternoons)
The oldest child is considered the first child and will pay the regular tuition cost for his grade level. To be eligible to receive the sibling discount, a parent must present a birth certificate or proof of legal guardianship. Please call the office at (251) 653-6542 for more information.
Yes, all students in grades K3-12 must wear the Lighthouse Baptist approved uniform. Uniforms can be purchased through the school office. Additional information regarding the uniforms may be found here.
Please refer to the Schedule A Visit page.
Because we have a highly accelerated curriculum and require students to adhere to an arduous code of behavior, the administration may find it necessary to deny some applications for enrollment. This may be due to academic deficiencies. Students must also pass an entrance exam and their report cards must be average or better.
If a child scores low in any area of the entrance exam, Lighthouse Baptist may recommend or require Summer School. This may help elementary students who score low in math, reading, or English. Academic probation may also be an option for low-scoring students.
Past discipline matters may cause an application to be denied. No child will be admitted into Lighthouse Baptist Academy without a good recommendation from his previous school. Report cards must reflect good work habits and citizenship. Please understand that although we would like to accept every student, Lighthouse Baptist is not primarily a remedial or disciplinary school.
Lighthouse Baptist Academy is a distinctively Christian school. Our purpose is not only to educate the minds of young people, but also to guide their hearts to an understanding of God’s Holy Word, the Bible. For this reason, Bible is a required subject for every student. In addition, 1st-12th grade students attend chapel regularly. In a Christian school, and only in a Christian school, will your child be taught moral and ethical values which have a foundation in God’s Word. Students who are given such a foundation have the opportunity to develop the personal characteristics necessary to succeed in college and in life.
Please refer to the “Profile & Accreditation” page.