You’ll see it on our website, letterhead, internal memos, and hear it in our water-cooler conversations. Our mission starts with partnering with parents. Without successful partnership with parents, our mission will be ineffective. In any partnership, at least two parties are working together towards the same goal. For FCS families, this is often a three… Read More»
As we enter Christmas break, we wanted to share with you thoughts some of our students wrote in one of their classes on what they are thankful for. I’m thankful for the United States and the freedom we have to be Christians. Faith Christian School is something else I am thankful for. I appreciate how… Read More»
by Briley Hancock, FCS Student, 10th Grade The past couple months have been filled with time in God’s Word and convicting lessons that have challenged me in various ways. All the lessons I’ve listened to and read have left me with at least one take away that has helped me become a more genuine follower… Read More»
We look forward to Thankfulness Month every year at Faith Christian School. There are many things to be thankful for, but I hope that we are truly amazed and overwhelmingly thankful for our new life in Jesus Christ! To think about the Great Exchange in our lives when we accept the free gift of salvation… Read More»
Growing up in Faith Christian School was easy to take for granted. It was not until I graduated and began seriously interacting with students from different backgrounds that I realized how fortunate I had been in my high school experience.
A “Wild” Summer- Ever since I was a seventh grader, my church has taken a week during summer vacation to head down to the Wilds Christian Camp and Conference Center in Brevard, North Carolina. From my first visit to the Wilds, I couldn’t wait until I would be old enough to work there. Having graduated… Read More»
Hi, my name is Micayla Zeger, and I will be a junior at Faith Christian School next year. I’ve been attending Faith since I moved to Indiana in 2006 as a fourth grade student. Before we even came to visit the school my mom knew she wanted us here, but she also knew there was… Read More»