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We Are Excited To Meet You!

Faith Academy welcomes all families to schedule a tour of our campus. We strive to create a place for all of the children God leads to our doors. In addition to school tours, many students are encouraged to spend some time on our campus to 'shadow' a peer so they can actually experience what a day in the life of Faith Academy has to offer. 

Faith Academy has a Responsibility to the Student’s Family:

  • To cooperate closely with the parents in the student’s development, especially as it relates to the school program.
  • To help the parents understand the school’s purpose and program.
  • To reinforce the development of Christ-centered homes.
  • To inform parents of current and upcoming legislation and its effects on education and the Christian home.
  • To encourage regular attendance and involvement in the family's church of choice.

4 Easy Steps for Admission:

1. Take a Tour
2. Return Paperwork
3. Screening / Interview
4. Orientation & Final Enrollment

Our Admissions Process
After an informative tour, potential families will be provided with the necessary paperwork to begin the admissions process. Upon the return of all paperwork, we will schedule a time for screening and an interview. This is required for students entering Kindergarten through the 12th grade. The administration will then contact the parents to discuss the screening results.

Neurodevelopmental Screening
During a neurodevelopmental screening, the student will be asked to participate in a series of activities that are presented as games.  There is a whisper game, number games as well as a variety of other activities that include playing catch with a ball, skipping, hopping, and crawling.  The goal of this screening is to determine areas where Faith Academy may assist with increasing academic performance as well as supporting families with students that may have social and behavioral concerns. The screening is for all students whether gifted and talented, typically developing, or those having learning struggles. The FALCON Center Screen is part of admission into Faith Academy. Students may be required to participate in FALCON Services in order to attend school. 

To Prepare:

  • Dress comfortably and be prepared to do some physical movement.
  • Bring a bottle of water for hydration and alertness.
  • A healthy snack right before coming in would help blood sugar levels to be even.
  • A good attitude and cooperation are helpful, too!

Preparing for College

The end of a high school career often begins a new chapter into college. Over 95 percent of our graduates continue their education at the college level. Admission into a preferred university requires much preparation by the student, parents, teachers and staff. At Faith Academy, we strive to prepare each and every student for their college experience. 

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