Graduate Profile

FCA offers a distinctively Chrisitan Education that provides students with a learning experience that is not found in public, charter or secular private schools


FCA Graduates are:

  1. Prepared to become mature disciples of Christ and are comfortable sharing the Good News of Christ with others
  2. Equipped to fulfill God’s highest purpose for their lives as they receive an exemplary academic foundation enriched with social and cultural experiences
  3. Emotionally well balanced and fully aware that they are God’s special creation and completely reconciled to God through the saving work of Jesus Christ

FCA Student Opportunities:

  • Commit to a personal relationship with Jesus Christ
  • Understand 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 organizational skills and discipline necessary for developing effective work habits 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, science concepts, generalizations, theories, and apply them to scientific investigations
  • 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



June 6 - August 9 - FCA Summer Camp
July 30 - New Parent Orientation
August 12 - Meet the Teacher Night (K - 8)
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