At a Glance
Lake Pointe Academy is a private, interdenominational Christian School which focuses on a University Model format. Lake Pointe Academy has served the Lake Wylie area and surrounding townships since 2005. Academics are based upon classical content and approaches to foster mastery, depth of thought, and engaged scholarship.
Lake Pointe Academy follows a University Model and parent participatory format. The college-like design is centered around semesters, Core Courses plus Electives, and a dedicated self-study schedule. The majority of students are full-time while some home-schooled students elect to enroll in single courses at the school.
Lake Pointe Academy’s mission statement is, “To partner with parents to lead students into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ by educating, encouraging, and equipping them in intentional excellence from a biblical worldview.” The school boasts an intimate educational environment with comparatively low student/teacher ratios. Lake Pointe Academy also offers athletics and extracurricular opportunities in addition to it’s classroom instruction.
K thru 12th
Instead of the Common Core curriculum, Lake Pointe Academy follows a classical and college preparatory curriculum. The school adheres to a rigorous academic level. High School courses are taught at an honors level. Student/teacher ratios are at maximum: K-6th – 1:15. While 7th-12th grade ratios are 1:18. College Board Standardized Test Composites: ACT – 25, SAT – 1222 (math & reading)
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3168 Hands Mill Hwy, York SC 29745 – Located in Lake Wylie, SC near Allison Creek Rd
Please note students from across York County and the greater Lake Wylie area attend Lake Pointe Academy. A handful of the immediate surrounding neighborhoods include: Handsmill On Lake Wylie, Windswept Cove and Palm Tree Cove.
Around the Campus
The campus is modest, with two current buildings and a five-acre plot of land. But looks can be deceiving. The University Model format provides great efficiency, in that only half of the K-12 students and teachers are usually on campus at any one time. This means the buildings and grounds support twice the number of students of a conventional five-day-per-week school.