Partnering with Families
Admissions

We believe that we can only accomplish our mission of equipping students academically and spiritually to pursue Christ through a strong partnership with families and churches. The consistent support of family, church, and school all pointing a child towards Christ is a powerful foundation for a lifetime of meaningful service. We’re grateful for the over 300 families and 100 churches that are represented at FCS, and we look forward to getting to know you!

Our admissions process is designed to introduce our school to prospective families to see if FCS might be the right fit for them. To ensure a strong partnership, we prioritize our school families’ commitment to a local church that is in agreement with our Statement of Faith. We also expect applicant transcripts to show satisfactory grade-level academic abilities and a behavioral record that displays respect for fellow students and authority.

Our Admissions Process

Step 1 - Visit the School
Step 2 - Apply

If you think Faith is a good fit for your family, complete and submit our online application.

Step 3 - Interview and Testing

When we receive your application, we will contact you to schedule a family interview with one of our administrators.

All K5 - 5th grade students will take a general placement test. Some 6th - 12th grade students may take subject-specific placement tests.

Step 4 - Enrollment

If it's clear that FCS is a good fit for your family, we will send some final enrollment forms for you to complete.

Get Started

Reach out to the Director of Recruitment to schedule a visit

Paul Breuninger

Bio

Paul has served as the Director of Advancement at FCS since 2018. He previously served at a Christian school in San Diego until moving to Lafayette. He and his wife, Monique, attend Faith Church with their three children.

Nondiscriminatory Policy

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 programs.