Academics

At Faith Christian Academy, you’ll experience one-on-one instruction with dedicated and devoted staff. Our academy is organized into two groups: middle school and upper school. No matter the grade, our teachers genuinely care about your student. Not only do they know your learner’s academic needs, they know each and every one of them as God’s children and our future.

Faith Christian Academy offers individual elective opportunities, allowing students to develop their character and explore interests in a Christ-centered environment. We also provide chapel services to help give our students guidance through the word of God. There are no mixed grades at Faith Christian Academy. With a student-teacher ratio of 8:1, our small classroom sizes allow our teachers to work one-on-one with students in the same grade level and provide individualized and grade-appropriate learning activities. Multiple college preparatory, vocational and elective classes are available.

Programs at Faith Christian Academy are rooted in three basic principles: Faith, Wisdom, & Service. Each represent an integral part of our mission to students, families, and the community. Learn more about each of our programs and events below.

 

Events Schedule

See upcoming school and extracurricular events.

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Middle School

Faith Christian Academy’s middle school consists of grades six, seven, and eight.

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Upper School

Faith Christian Academy’s Upper School enrolls students in grades 9-12.

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Home School

We offer a part-time option for students who are home schooled.

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Resource Program

Our resource program focuses on the unique learning styles of each student.

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An after-school enrichment program provides activities that will support students in their homework and assist with any extra tutoring they may need. In addition to our academic opportunities, we also have sports programs that help students build athletic skills, develop their character and work as a team.

 

With God ALL things are possible.

Matthew 19:26