On-Campus School


  • For students 18 years of age and younger.

  • 1st-12th grade.

  • Each grade level consists of two semesters.

  • Education is completed on the campus of FCA, Monday-Thursday 8:45am-2pm.

  • Curriculum consists of Math, English, Social Studies, Science, Bible, Word Building, and other electives.

  • Limited positions available.

  • Upon satisfactory completion of curriculum the student will receive a high school diploma.




Monthly Tuition


Annual Cost


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*Price is based on a 9 month school year with no extra fees implied such as late fees. Final price may vary slightly.

Tuition is due the 1st day of each month and late after the 10th day of each month. 


Any late payment will result in a $25 late fee. 


Payments can only be made by cash, check, or money order.


All payments must be made out to Faith Christian Academy. 

Click here for family discount information.


Instructions for Enrollment


Because the on-campus school has very limited positions available there is currently a waiting list that any prospective student will be placed on.

Please fill out the "On-Campus Student Waiting List" form in order to be placed on the waiting list. 

If a student is selected from the waiting list to attend the on-campus school the student will also be required to pass an interview with the principal. This interview ensures that the student is a good match for the school. Every student that attends the on-campus school must go through this process. 

After Enrollment

Transcript Request

Upon acceptance into the Academy we will give you a Transcript Request Form that you must fill out and take to the student's previous school. They will send the Academy the student's current transcripts. 


Diagnostic Testing

The Academy will issue diagnostic tests to the student. These tests will determine what the student's academic level is.


Start Learning!

Once the diagnostic tests have been graded and the student's academic level has been identified, the Academy will issue the first set of books. Typically there will be 5 subjects--Math, English, Social Studies, Science, and an elective. The student will have 3 weeks to complete each set of books. 


The curriculum is a self-taught book curriculum which means the student learns by reading the books and completing the workbook. The student is only allowed to use a pencil. After each workbook is completed the teacher will give a test to the student. The student must pass the test in order to advance to the next book.