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   Frequently Asked Questions   

What is the process of enrollment?

Great question!  Please complete the online form.  An FCA staff member will reach out to set an appointment for parent interview and a student interview.  Upon completion of the interviews and prayer, the principal/administrator will follow up to set up a time for a school tour.  At the school tour appointment, you can expect to get a checklist of things to submit to the admissions office for enrollment.  One important detail on the checklist, is a letter of reference from your church Pastor.  Once the paperwork is submitted you will need to attend the Parent Orientation in August.  Please note, new students are subject to a 9-week probationary period.  Upon completion of all, enrollment can be completed.  We look forward to serving you and your student.  Please contact us with any questions.

Why do you use the ACE and Abeka curriculums?

We believe that the ACE program is outstanding in teaching every subject from a strong Biblical perspective but it also allows for individualized learning.  Students can progress at their own pace.  When a student experiences a period in their learning that is less challenging, they are afforded the opportunity to speed ahead.  Conversely, when that same student or his fellow student experiences a period of challenge, his/her studies can be paced according to his/her ability.  Furthermore, ACE integrates character-building principles and Scripture memory into the academics as well as teaching students to set goals and take responsibility for their own learning.

We choose the Abeka program for our Pre-K and Kindergarten programs because it is proven, and time tested in academic excellence with a strong Biblical worldview.  Abeka is a great fit to best prepare students for 1st grade with the ACE materials.

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What extracurricular activities does the school offer?

We recognize through team sports and clubs, students build upon social skills, develop interests and talents, build confidence and make memories and even lifelong friendships.  It is our desire to afford the students these opportunities in the near future.

What does a typical school day look like?

Our school day begins promptly at 8:15 a.m. with morning worship, prayer, and a short devotion.  Students will then begin their studies in the Learning Center with “brain breaks” scheduled according to age.  After lunch, students will complete the goals for the day and finish the day with organized physical exercise or team sport.  The day will close with prayer, and students will be released at 3:30 pm.

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