Why Enroll at Faith Christian?
What do you want your child to look like when they graduate? This is a question we ask of all our school families. The decision to enroll at Faith Christian School is about more than a single year, course, teacher, or program. It is about deciding where you want your child to go in life and what you want them to look like when they get there.
At Faith Christian we are focused on whole life education. This is an education that goes beyond learning about subjects and reaches students at a level that will shape their life. This whole life education has three components:
- Academic Preparation
- Spiritual Discipleship
- Character Formation
Becoming a person who succeeds in life is about more than straight A's. While our students regularly score among the top students in the state, we also highly value each student's moral compass, and their ability to make decisions, take responsibility, and improve their world. This is why we ask you to consider "What do you want your child to look like when they graduate?" Having that picture in mind should inform your decision making process about the right school for your family.
We know that partnering with a Christian school for your child's education is a big commitment, and that you want to spend your tuition dollars carefully. That's why we strive to provide the best educational value in the area by making sure that each child's academic, spiritual, vocational, and physical needs are met.
- Tour Faith Christian School or visit for a day (optional)
- Complete and submit application
- Administration will then contact your family for a meeting to get to know you better
- Kindergarten and 1st grade students come to school for placement testing
- Family receives online enrollment packet to complete upon acceptance
- New family is connected with mentor family (current school family) to help connect you to all that is happening at Faith Christian School
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Faith Christian School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities, generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered program.