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History

Gene and Betty Jo Frank, pastors of Church of Living Waters, founded Living Water Christian School in 1984, following many years of prayer. The school opened on September 2, 1984, at it’s present location. The school began with grades K4 and K5 combined and first and second grades combined, with a faculty consisting of two teachers. Today, the school offers classes for Infant through eleventh grade.

Mission Statement

The faculty and staff of LWCS, as well as the trustees of Church of Living Waters, recognize the vital need for a Christian school in the Richmond-Rosenberg area. Such a school is needed to provide an environment in which children and youth can freely choose to accept Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. We offer a quality academic education while molding Christian character in students. This program will prepare leaders who will impact the future.

The primary purpose and goal of Living Water Christian School is to promote Excellence in Life by training the students in the knowledge and ways of God and to help them become all that God intended him or her to be.

As a Christian school, LWCS cultivates the discipline of study and a love of learning in the students that will motivate them to become responsible, self-governed individuals who will seek knowledge and wisdom as they mature. The curriculum is challenging, geared to stimulating the curiosity of the student, promoting creativity, teaching the discipline of study habits, developing critical thinking, and encouraging individual responsibility.

Each student is unique and valuable to Living Water Christian School, and we consider it a privilege to assist you in the growth and development of your child.


LWCS Emblem

logo_260The school emblem consists of a circle, symbolizing God who has no beginning and no end, surrounding a shield which represents the shield of faith, part of the armor of God as stated in Ephesians 6:16. The shield is divided into three parts, representing the triune make-up of man. The lamp symbolizes the soul, comprised of the mind, the will and the emotions. The laurel wreath stands for the body, and the dove is the Spirit hovering over the living waters, which are to proceed out of our innermost being. Within the circle are the words “Excellence in Life,” the motto of the school.