Creating a place where students thrive
We are committed to preparing your child for lifelong success. That’s why, in addition to knowledge, we make every effort to instill the qualities that will serve them well in life - self-direction and self-motivation, discipline and responsibility, service and humility. We are devoted to encouraging your child in his or her strengths while helping them to overcome their weaknesses.
Our formula is simple. Low student-to-teacher ratio and small class sizes. An education committee focused on selecting the best materials for each subject. Students who mentor other students, low drama, low distraction environment. A commitment to serve God and each other, and faculty and staff who love the students and desire to see them succeed.
The formula produces outstanding results. Our students consistently rank above the national averages in standardized testing, and many have achieved high levels of success in higher education and their careers.
Our Biblical Integration Model
At Faith Christian School we utilize a Biblical Integration Model of education to help our students develop a Biblical Worldview, pursue excellence in academics, and become well-rounded individuals. Biblical integration means that we do not simply teach the Bible in isolation, but instead seek to meaningfully incorporate the truth of God’s word in everything we do.
2 Timothy 3:16-17 says, “All Scripture is God-breathed and is useful for teaching, rebuking, correcting and training in righteousness, so that the servant of God[a] may be thoroughly equipped for every good work.” This passage highlights our reason for using a Biblical Integration Model and our method for incorporating the Bible into our teaching.
How Our Classes Compare
Every student is unique with their own strengths and weaknesses. We seek to individualize our education as much as possible by providing support in and out of the classroom for areas where students struggle as well as providing meaningful challenges for students who are excelling.
What People Say
“We have appreciated that the academic environment is structured to challenge our children at every learning level. The smaller class sizes have allowed our children to be given learning extensions/enhancements when they’ve mastered a concept, and we feel like the staff really know and care about our children’s academic success.”