I love this school. It is wonderful, and the teachers are outstanding. Due to the fact that the school is small, the teachers can focus more on individual needs, and they can get to know you better. The lunch ladies are very sweet, and they make really good food. As far as sports go, I love volleyball. It is definitely small, but I like it.
I not a parent, but a student of Faith Christian school. I have attended there for 5 years now and will be graduating this spring. I have nothing but good things to say about the school. I have loved it from the day I began. Although a small school, it is not lacking at all in preparing you for the future. I feel like I have received a great education and am prepared to attend college. The school does offer various fine art and athletic opportunities. The teachers have a love for the students you will probably not find elsewhere. They are more than willing to give you extra help and want you to succeed. You not only receive solid academics, but training and teaching from God's Word. I love the school and thank my parents for the sacrifices they made for me to attend.
College-bound students will excel in this solid core academic program. Individual attention furthers student's abilities to succeed. Courses are added to fill individual needs if requested. Graduates are recruited to attend many prestigious colleges and universities. Participation in a state-wide fine arts competition encourages development in art , music, drama, etc. Several awards are won each year by students and many qualify to further compete on a national level. The soccer, volleyball, and basketball teams qualify to compete at State each year. These teams have consistently placed in 2nd or 3rd place. The teaching staff serves the students and parents significantly beyond what should be required. And, in return parents are willing to make contributions of time and service to the school as well. The children and youth who attend this school are fortunate to receive an outstanding education in a setting where they are valued and cared for.
Textbooks are outdated. The few extracurriculars that are offered, are taught by unqualified persons. Parents are encouraged to be involved, due to the understaffing of the school. Favortism is rampant among staff, as a lot of the staff have their children attending this small school.