Committed to Relationships
Share your FOFCA Story with us.
Know that the seed is being sown in good soil and will reap a harvest for you, the students, and most importantly for the glory of God.
My student believes, as do I, that this is a “perfect fit” for him. I could not be more thankful to God for providing a Christ-focused school for him.
We sincerely care for our students’ overall well-being, academically, physically, socially, and spiritually.
The teachers are fair and take time to explain "stuff" and answer questions.
UNIFORMS – Their exact word…”It takes allthe pressure off about what to wear!”
Students are encouraged to try something new that they wouldn't be able to do in larger schools.
FOFCA is a blessing beyond measure for my family. I believe that my children will be better equipped to become the son and daughters in Christ they were made to be.
Amazing parents who work together with us to raise the next generation of Godly leaders.
Our family-like relationships between students, students and staff, and staff with one another.
FOFCA has a Biblical focus and an appropriate homework load.
Jesus Christ is at the center of our school.
We are a family and we love like family.
I can talk to teachers about more than just class and homework.
All of our teachers work tirelessly to ensure success of every student.
Students are not only taught but mentored and discipled.
We have supportive families who are willing to help when and where needed.
A great education is essential today, but so is knowing God’s word.
We have an administration that encourages our children and speaks truth in love. Great parent/teacher relationships.
The teachers really care about their students.
Freedom to be able to speak and teach about Jesus.
I love the facilities: Two gyms and a new sanctuary!
All of the eachers push me to be the best that I can be.
Our coworkers care deeply for one another.
Families of Faith is a close-knit and friendly environment
I love our “Family Time”.
We have so many volunteers who go above and beyond.
The principal knows our names.
I'm relieved, joyful, and privileged. New relationships with trust have been established. Hope found that God is still at work. A sense of helping community that I’m personally seeing unfold. Everyone works hard and cares for one another.
Sending my student to a public high school is a spiritual death sentence. Many God-fearing parents have compromised their child’s relationship with Jesus due to the anti-God mentality the public school creates. This school is a gift helping His children grow in our Savior.