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Why Faith Christian Academy?

foundation

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

character

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

academics

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.

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