That FBCA students will keep Christ as their central focus, continue to strive for a high standard of academic excellence, build social independence, and grow in spiritual maturity with strong Christian values.
To provide a Christian learning environment in which the spiritual, academic, social, emotional, physical, and mental needs of each student are recognized and fulfilled so that children and parents have the opportunity to experience a personal relationship with Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord.
- God's Truth as revealed in His authoritative and inerrant Word, the Bible
- Children as unique creations of God
- Academic excellence
FBCA Philosophy of Education
First Baptist Christian Academy exists to glorify God, the Father, His Son, Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit. Towards this end, we utilize a Christ-centered curriculum. Our philosophy is guided by the truths of Scripture that teach us we were created by God and for God. When a person commits his life to the Lordship of Jesus Christ, then he is a new creation with a spiritual dimension added to his life.
We are a Christian academy, bound to the First Baptist Church doctrines and beliefs. Our aim is to provide a Christian perspective from which will come a godly understanding of a person's role in life at home, at work, at play, and in worship.
This Christian perspective is the foundation for all our classes, and we will promote high academic standards while helping the students achieve skill in creative and critical thinking. Our philosophy dictates that we cooperate closely with parents in every area of the student's development. Our goals are not just for academic excellence in each classroom, but also for spiritual maturity in the lives of our student, teachers, and all who are connected to FBCA.
Our Academy goals are to:
- Provide a positive, safe, healthy, supportive Christian environment for students and staff
- Provide opportunities in which a personal and fulfilling relationship with Jesus Christ can be developed
- Develop a Christ-centered, child-oriented curriculum
- Develop self-discipline based on a sense of biblical right and wrong
- Develop a high standard of academic achievement for lifelong learning
- Encourage individual creativity
- Promote decision-making and problem-solving skills
- Help each child become an integrated whole: academically, socially, physically, emotionally, and spiritually
- Build positive school-child-parent relationships
- Develop an awareness of and concern for our multicultural world.