LPCCA follows an individualised, self-instructional, and Scripturally based curriculum, using materials from Accelerated Christian Education (ACE).
The ACE programme has proved successful and effective with students around the world for decades. LPCCA is overseen by Christian Education Europe, who inspect all Academies or schools annually, train and endorse supervisors and supply the curriculum materials and other support.
Students starting the Academy at 3 years old, follow the 'Kindergarten with Ace and Christi' which is a proven multi-sensory, phonetic, learning-to-read programme. The programme develops a strong phonetic base, builds Christian character and includes basic numeracy skills. It prepares students for their progression to the ABCs Learning Centre and PACE work.
Students who have mastered reading are based in the Learning Centre where each student works from work books known as PACEs (Progressive Accelerated Christian Education workbooks), and follows the core curriculum of: Maths, English, Literature & Creative Writing, Social Studies (History & Geography), Science, Word Building (Spelling), and Bible Reading. All PACEs ae carefully designed to give the student harmonious academic training with great advantage of allowing each individual to work at their own pace on a level which is appropriate for them.
At senior level, students may take enhancement or elective (Optional) subjects including extra Science, Bible courses, Typing, Foreign Languages (Spanish, French, Greek), Computer Literacy, Accounting, Art, Business Studies and Literature. The use of videos and CD-ROMs and specialist teachers are employed in the higher levels.
In addition to the core curriculum, further instructional programmes in areas of student interest and staff expertise are planned using the Creative Learning Curriculum. Currently students have afternoon programmes in: Creative English, Science, Geography, History, French, Music & Movement and Drama, Physical Education (including swimming), Art and Crafts, Design Technology and I.C.T.
All students from Kindergarten with Ace and Christi, to ICCE Advanced Certificate, study Information Communication Technology (ICT)