FCA offers a distinctively Christian education that provides students with a learning experience that is not found in a public, charter, or secular private school.
Graduates of FCA are:
- Prepared to become mature disciples of Christ and comfortable sharing the Good News of Christ with others;
- Equipped to fulfill God’s highest purpose for their lives as they receive an exemplary academic foundation enriched with social and cultural experiences; and
- Emotionally well balanced and fully aware that they are God’s special creation and totally reconciled to God through the saving work of Jesus Christ.
To this end, students will:
- Have several opportunities to commit to a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
- Know that the Bible is the inspired and infallible Word of God.
- Demonstrate biblical virtues, including respect, self-discipline, responsibility and submission to authority.
- Understand their identity in Christ as unique individuals created in the image of God and seek to attain His fullest potential.
- Display a heart for community service and missions
- Demonstrate biblically-based moral reasoning in writing and speaking.
- Achieve and maintain standardized test scores that meet and exceed state/national standards.
- Demonstrate the organizational skills and discipline necessary for developing effective work habits, whether working individually or in groups.
- Appropriately apply biblical principles and knowledge to facts, theories, and ethical issues as they relate to our Christian and American heritage.
- Demonstrate an understanding of the scientific method and science concepts, generalizations, and theories, and apply them to scientific investigations, current scientific topics, and their daily lives.
- Efficiently utilize technology as a tool for learning, communication and productivity as they develop 21st Century competencies.
- Be able to solve mathematical equations and problems which will prepare them for higher level math in high school and college.
- Apply higher order and critical thinking strategies in all disciplines.
- Develop appreciation and competency in a variety of fine arts and world languages.
- Explore opportunities to develop their gifts and interests through a variety of extracurricular activities.
- Process and express emotions in a biblical manner as they relate to conflict and respecting others.
- Demonstrate sensitivity to the needs, opinions, and concerns of others while holding to biblical and personal convictions.
- Display positive character traits including the fruits of the Spirit.
- Practice effective time management as demonstrated by diligent completion of tasks.
- Recognize and develop leadership skills.
- Demonstrate discernment and wisdom in making decisions while recognizing the need to seek God’s direction.