Lifegate Christian School
Eugene, OR 97402
About This School
In 2010, Lifegate Christian School had 7 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Oregon average is 20 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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Lifegate Christian School Reviews
This excellent school has lived up to all the rave reviews from current and former students and parents that I spoke with extensively before transferring my student here. Academics challenge her to reach her full potential. Electives have been a creative delight for her. Drama, yearbook and sewing were her favorites last year. Loving and caring teachers pray for and support her in all her classes. They aided her in getting better grades in two classes from her former school that happened during a period of extreme health issues. The service projects in the community have deepened her personal Christian walk. This has made her last two years of high school a joy.
I have a middle and high school student at Lifegate Christian Jr./High School and they both love it! My daughter has flourished both in her self confidence and academically. My son was homeschooled for two years after public school and hating it. He has made the honor roll at Lifegate in middleschool and has grown in his love of the Lord, exploring different electives such as golf and science and creation. The drama program at lifegate is amazing and the opportunities for the kids to grow as a team along with learning to reach out to others in the community doing service projects. Great teachers, caring staff, parents who care. great school!
Lifegate Christian School which is a high and middle school, has been a great place for our 8th grade daughter to attend. Before she started here, she told us she "hated" her public school. About 3 months into her first year, she said "she loves it and it is like a big family." I appreciate the wonderful job the teachers do and the personal touch they bring. A+
Lifegate Christian Highschool is an asset to the community. My sons are learning to give of themselves through school service projects. The teachers are brilliant and giving. They're excited about their Lord, their students, and the subjects they teach. The electives are wonderful and keep my students engaged.