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Businiess name:  Summit Christian Academy
Review by:  Kirsten H.
Review content: 
Assembly Christian School used to be a wonderful school with grades K through 12. However; a couple of years ago they had to close the high school. This is/was a really good school with teachers who cared more about their students than what grade they received on a math test. They really take in interest in their students lives. I graduated from this school, as did my younger sisters, and I feel we all received a great education. We all received scholarships to college and have done well (above 3.0) in our university pursuits. This is one of the least expensive private Christian schools in Lexington, and was worth it. They didn't have a huge sports, music or other extra-curricular activities, but we still made by. I would have liked to have some options, but I turned out fine. I'm sure the elementary school now is blossoming!

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