Much of the learning at Faith Christian Academy is intended to build memory. Each year of your child’s education will be marked by events that are intended to point them toward beauty and lock in memories. The events depicted below are merely a smattering! There are so many things to celebrate and while we’re at it-to remember.
Kindergarteners celebrate anything from the hundredth day of school to Dr. Seuss’ birthday!
First graders spend their year on a pilgrimage through Colonial America and incorporate a Thanksgiving Feast.
Second graders spend the second semester studying ancient Egypt, culminating in an ancient Egyptian feast.
Third-grade studies many amazing books, including A Christmas Carol. At the end of first semester, third-grade students practice manners, learn a lively era dance and, of course, enjoy a Christmas Carol-esque feast.
4th grade enjoys a medieval feast (pictured above) and has in recent years added to their traditions, Monastery Day, where they celebrate the day with monastic services like cleaning, baking, praying, and singing.
Fifth-grade students study American History throughout the year, ending with a day of reenactments, demonstrations, and feasting.
Secondary students from 9th through 12th grade anticipate Protocol, our premier event, each year. An emphasis is placed on developing a myriad of virtues through the practice of social etiquette in a formal setting. Naturally, the result is a delightful evening filled with fond memories!