When Jesus was here on earth He set an example of meeting individuals at the point of their need. He most often met with small groups of two or three people, and He emphasized the importance of relationships. Much of current educational research emphasizes the importance of small school environments. Studies have shown that a student's capacity for learning is strengthened when he or she has strong ties to a teacher. The small class sizes at Faith Christian School foster the building of relationships among teachers and students.
We Welcome visitors to our school. If you would like to talk with the principal, visit a particular classroom, or would like to receive a packet of information regarding our school, please contact the school office at (920 897-3380).
If you would like to complete a registration form, please see the website section labeled "downloads."
K4 and K5:
We offer K4 & K5 for either full days or half days. The price remains the same.
While we do not offer a school lunch, we do have lunches run by volunteers usually two days a week.
FCS has been in existence for 35 years. Our graduates are actively involved in their communities as pastors, plumbers, contractors, accountants, chief financial officers, corporate vice presidents, teachers, as well as many other professions. Our graduates have continued their education at many universities including, but not limited to:
University of Wisconsin
Northland Baptist Bible College
Maranatha Baptist Bible College
Clearwater Christian College
Pensacola Christian College
Faith Baptist, Ankeny, IA
Tennessee Temple University
Many of our student have gone on to hold leadership positions in the field of service; including but not limited to:
V.P. Sales & Marketing
Chief Operating Officer
Elementary School Teacher
Secondary School Teacher
Many of our graduates have returned to teach at the school.
Many of our graduates have enrolled their children in the school.
Faith Christian School is a member of the American Association of Christian Schools.
Admission Procedure for New Students:
- Parents need to contact the school and receive a catalog or can download the registration forms here:
- Parents need to sign the "Parents Pledge" and fill out an application. Students in grades 7-12, as well as their parents must sign the "Standard of Conduct" form. These forms are the blue pages in the center of this catalog or the downloaded forms.
- Parents and prospective students must make an appointment to meet with the administrator.
- A new student is accepted into our school on the basis of former records or entrance and placement tests and after meeting the entrance qualifications. Upon acceptance, the family will receive a packet of necessary forms for file information, immunization records, etc. A list of needed classroom supplies will be provided.
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