the students are very respectful to some authorites mostly outside of school, cause its a rule to always make our testimony as a school look good .(dont be fooled) But the respect for the teachers are often different when they are not around. if you want studnets to respect you all in all you have got to respect us and our privacy etc.
as a current student casually going through this all day its in me to lie. Teachers are often way to strict and make it impossible for us to give the truth. Were only trying to save ourselves from judgment toward us (which is often given)
most teachers are unexperienced and strict (claiming that they care when really they just want more trophies from competitions)
the facility is actually a church, and the classrooms arent ideal.
the rules turn you into a great christian actor but rarely a genuine christian.
barely any extra curriculor activities.
but the students are friendly
As a student who has attended this school since 3rd to 10th grade, I am very pleased with the academics and focus on God through the friendly atmosphere of its teachers and students. Their chapel services have taught me to be a REAL christian wherever I go and not a hypocrite. In the past, the school used the ACE curriculum (self study, has little textbooks called PACEs that have a required # students must complete)and attended regional and international conventions, but now transitioned to abeka curriculum(traditional classroom setting). A few highlight of my years at FABBA was playing volleyball at the salvation army, attending lancaster and north valley baptist fine art competitions.
Provides a great Christian education for those so minded. Uses the Accelerated Christian Education (ACE) curriculum. They attend Fine Arts competitions, Regional, National, and International competitions for sports, fine arts, mathematics, etc.