About Us

Lewis County Adventist School opened its doors in 1922, and was located in downtown Centralia, Washington. In 1952, LCAS moved to its current location on Scheuber Road.

LCAS prides itself in a quality education program for studentsfrom Preschool through the 10th grade. Our multi-grade classrooms provide the opportunity for students to collaborate and learn from each other.  LCAS is a state accredited school with an emphasis on Christian education and values. 

 

Our Mission Statement

*To show the love of God in action in our daily lives
*To accept and support each other unconditionally
*To put our best effort into everything we do
*To be a positive influence in our community.

The Mission of Seventh-day Adventist Education

The Seventh-day Adventist Church in North America operates a system of elementary and secondary education that began in 1872. the church's unique philosophy of Christian education is based on the Scriptures and the writings of Ellen G. White. All children and youth have been entrusted by the church to the education system for spiritual nurture and educational excellence.

The primary aim of Seventh-day Adventist education is to provide opportunity for students to accept Christ as their Savior, to allow the Holy Spirit to transform their lives, and to fulfill the commission of preaching the gospel to all the world.

The education program is predicated on the belief that each student is unique and of inestimable value, and on the importance of the development of the whole person. Students are educated to accept service as a way of life, to be sensitive to the needs of people in the home and society, and to become active members in the church.






 

Partnering For Eternity
 
Lewis County Adventist School, in partnership with Southern Adventist University’s PFE grant program, has the opportunity to offer unique tuition assistance to our students. Through this service-oriented scholarship program, our participating students are paired with elderly adults in our community in a mutually-beneficial way.
 
Students in the PFE program, along with their parents, bring joy to the lives of senior citizens through fun activities such as visiting, reading, and playing games. When appropriate, they may also provide light housework. As the young people build generational bridges and learn the value of service, they also benefit from the wisdom and mentorship of the older adults. In the process, their time together helps finance the student’s Christian education.
 
If you would like more information, please contact:  Molly at 360-748-3213