“The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge,
But fools despise wisdom and instruction.” Proverbs 1:7 NKJV
At Freedom Christian Academy, we believe that a love and reverence for God is the framework that facilitates productive learning and is the basis for the biblical worldview that permeates our classes, curricula, and discussions. The faculty of Freedom Christian Academy seeks to deepen students’ understanding by presenting sound educational material through the light of God’s Word. Building on the foundation of a Biblical worldview, students learn to decipher data, appraise differing perspectives, assess information, and recognize truth and error.
One goal of a Freedom Christian Academy education is to put “tools of learning” into students’ hands. To accomplish this, multiple learning styles are engaged and technology is integrated into the classroom as a tool for learning.
The Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) is the largest Protestant educational organization in the world. Since 1978, ACSI has advanced excellence in Christian schools by enhancing the professional and personal development of Christian educators and providing support functions for Christian schools.
Learning Stages and Instruction
Elementary School (Knowledge Stage)
Questions of who, what, when, and where are the focus. This stage is designed to build a core body of information.
Middle School (Understanding Stage)
Questions of how and why are addressed.
This stage brings the information data into its proper ordered relationship through the use of logic and independent thought.
High School (Wisdom Stage)
Students are encouraged to apply knowledge and understanding to the problems they will need to overcome as Christian leaders and good citizens.
We want them to employ faith, courage, and persuasion as they seek to answer the rhetorical question “why not?”
Summer reading is required for all students.
Our Bible Instruction
FCA is not affiliated with any specific church or denomination but holds to the historic Christian beliefs stated in the Apostle’s Creed.
We allow the Bible to speak for itself on all topics so that our students will develop a Christian worldview…one which affirms that “all truth is God’s Truth” and that God’s truth abides in the person of our Savior Jesus Christ.
The curriculum used is published by the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) which is the accrediting agency for thousands of Christian schools.