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- Home School Brochure
- Home School Admissions Procedure
- Home School Application
- 16-17 master schedule
- Specials Schedule 2016-17
- Tuition Schedule 16-17
Elementary Special Classes Available
Music (two times each week):
The music curriculum is designed to train students in the basic skills of music and to have them develop an appreciation for music which will honor and glorify Jesus Christ. Students will have the opportunity to perform at two annual concerts and participate in the school’s fine arts festival.
Art (one time each week):
Art instruction is based on the understanding that God is the creator and man is made in His image. The students will be introduced to the basic elements of art—line, shape, color, texture, etc.
Spanish (one time each week):
Students will be introduced to the fundamental elements of the Spanish language. Basic terminology including days of the week, colors, and numbers will be explored along with some simple conversational phrases.
Physical Education (one or two times each week):
Students will learn fine and gross motor skills through a variety of drills, games, lead-up activities, warm ups, and modified games. A special emphasis will be placed on the development of lifelong sport skills and an appreciation for fitness-related activities.
Computer and Library (two times each week):
The elementary computer class enables students to become familiar with the computer and develop typing skills. The library and computer lab provide teachers with an extension of their classroom for accessing information and technology.
Middle and High School Classes Available:
Middle School: Middle school students may take core academic courses, including reading, language, math, science, history, and Bible. These courses meet every day. Eighth graders who are prepared can take Algebra I and receive a high school credit. Special classes in the middle school include physical education, computer, art, and choir. These classes meet every other day.
High School: High school students take core academic courses and select from numerous electives. Honors and Advanced Placement courses are offered in areas such as chemistry, physics, and calculus. High school credit is offered based on the number of days each week that a class meets.
Athletics: Students in grades 6-12 may participate in interscholastic athletics if they meet the criteria of Faith Christian Academy and the Mason Dixon Christian Conference, the school’s athletic conference.
Band & Orchestra: Do you want your homeschooled children to learn to play an instrument? Faith Christian Academy’s band and orchestra program could be the perfect fit. Your child can learn in a fun, supportive group environment with other students, at less than the cost of private lessons. Our beginning band and beginning strings classes meet on two or three afternoons each week during the school year for 45 minutes. A couple of performance opportunities each year allow your family to applaud your young musician’s growing abilities.