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Why Faith Christian Academy?


Learning at Faith Christian Academy is enhanced by...

  • Adhering to high Biblical standards by allowing God's word to permeate each lesson
  • Keeping teacher/student ratios low
  • Maintaining SCISA accreditation
  • Providing students with clean, spacious facilities and grounds (computer lab, library, multipurpose building, soccer field and playground) in the heart of historic Cheraw, SC


Strong, young citizens are developed by...

  • Upholding strong, traditional values
  • Honoring a Christian world view
  • Creating safe, loving relationships
  • Using daily, Biblically-based devotions and weekly chapel
  • Participating in community service and missions projects (Relay for Life, March of Dimes, Operation Christmas Child)
  • Teaching students the gentle art of servanthood


Students are prepared for the future academically by...

  • Using challenging and engaging curricula for all grades
  • Providing technological experiences with computers
  • Incorporating fine arts instruction (music, art and performances)
  • Strengthening mind and body through physical education and daily recesses
  • Extending the classroom experience with exciting educational field trips

Faith Christian Academy
This is the way learning should be!

  • FCA's Stanford Achievement Test scores consistently average between the 75th and 85th percentiles for all grades tested. These scores make many students eligible for two academic programs sponsored by Duke University: Talent Identification Program (TIP) and Motivation for Academic Performance (MAP).
  • Many FCA students have been successful in academic competitions including regional and state science fairs, 4-H Fire Safety Poster competitions, District DAR Essay contest, District, State and National History Day, Regional and State Spelling Bees, SCETV Young Writers contest, Arbor Day contest and local art competitions.
  • FCA alumni have excelled in high school competitions such as the Lt. Governor's Writing contest, Academic Bowls, math and art competitions to name a few.  Most alumni are in the National Honor Society and many have qualified as National Junior Scholars.
  • Several alumni have been accepted to the prestigious Governor's Schools in arts, math and sciences. Many have been awarded full and partial scholarships to colleges and universities of their choice.