Thank you for taking time to prayerfully consider Families of Faith Christian Academy for your child’s education.
We have adopted an admissions policy that connects our school to spiritually like-minded families, who are supportive of our philosophy, objectives, and standards of education, and whose children meet our enrollment criteria. Our purpose is to serve families that desire more than just a private education. There are several strengths that set FOFCA apart from public schools. These differences explain why our students consistently go on to attend the best colleges and universities in the country, taking with them a spiritual framework that serves them well in life.
Infusing a student’s mind with knowledge without shaping their soul serves them temporarily. However, when we engage that student with the truth of God’s word and steer them toward a relationship with Jesus, we prepare them for eternity.
Pastor Randy Blan — Headmaster
We enjoy the freedom to develop an academic experience not mandated by the state or federal government. Currently, public education centers around a dumbed-down curriculum aimed at meeting basic skillls. This approach has proven to be problematic. Abeka provides our students with a comprehensive, quality curriculum written from a Christian perspective. Now more than ever, children need a strong foundation in both academics and character.
We integrate biblical principles into every subject taught at Families of Faith. Our teaching staff is committed not only to academic excellence but to teaching students how to apply the truths of God’s Word to every aspect of their life. If you agree with the teachings of God’s Word, this school will complement the beliefs and ideals that you teach your child at home. We look forward to partnering with you in educating your child in God’s truth.
The history and vision of Families of our school began in 2005 as a ministry of First Baptist Church. The church established the school to provide a quality Christian education for the children in our community and to share the good news of Jesus Christ with students and their families.
We moved into our current campus in 2011. We then changed our church name from First Baptist to Families of Faith in 2012 to unify with the school. God has continued to bless and grow our ministry over the years. However, our vision is still the same, reaching people with the good news of the gospel of Jesus Christ.