From the Desk of Mrs. Linda Miller
Look how far we've come since 1980! FCCA is celebrating 35 years of providing quality Christian education to families in our community. Below is the presentation from last year's State of the School Night. By viewing the video below, you will hear about the progress, achievement, and goals for FCCA. Be sure to join us for this year's State of the School Night on February 29, 2016!
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Passport for Summer Fun
June 13th through August 16th.
5 Great Lessons Students will experience life on the farm—complete with animals, tractors, and growing crops. As they learn about God's faithfulness as revealed in the life of Joseph, they'll be encouraged to grow in godliness and to trust in God's plan.
2016 Girls Softball!
This year our girls JV team brought home the first place trophy at the end of the season tournament at OLV.
(The JV team was actually undefeated this year.)
Our varsity team took second place in the end of the season tournament.
Why a Christian Education?
Schools are social institutions in which students learn about the world and their roles therein. According to author Richard J. Edlin in The Cause of Christian Education, "Christian schools are uniquely positioned to join with Christian parents in preparing and challenging young people to be Christ's ambassadors within a culture fixated on self-centered consumerism, bewildered cynicism and heart-wrenching despair." "The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom." Job 28:28. Believing that Christian schools serve an increasingly vital purpose, he recommends parents "seriously consider the religious environment of the school in which they wish to immerse their children and from which they will absorb their values and views of life." He adds, "The Christian ethic is incompatible with secular humanism which underlies modern education."