, we expect students to exit our learning community as independent, responsible, highly competitive, socially active citizens, and critical thinkers. These characteristics and skill sets are core elements that comprise an ‘educated’ person in the 21st century. L.U.C.H.A.
students will be prepared to excel in middle and high school as active learners who proceed to matriculate to college. Our students will be lifelong learners who will be poised to make positive contributions to the global society.
The purpose of schooling is for all students to learn to use their minds and hearts well. Students learn best in schools where they are known well, where expectations are high, support is strong, and where their voice and their parents’ voice is valued. The mission of L.U.C.H.A. is to recognize all of these values and ensure that the students are empowered to learn, lead, and be positive and productive members of their community."