You should never have to guess if your child is safe and cared for while at school FCA’s Christian teachers and faculty model Jesus, nurture students, and protect them from bullies and other threats.
With engaging teachers and test scores stronger than any public school in Hillsborough County, your child will receive rigorous academic training that will prepare them for success in college and high-paying careers.
Christian faith undergirds all we do. We have daily chapel where we study the Bible, sing praises, and pray, and Bible classes. We preparing children for a life of service to God and others, and an eternity in His presence.
Did you know that the State of Florida will pay for up to 100% of private-school tuition? Even families that make over $100K a year can qualify for some assistance. That, combined with available scholarships, and every parent should be able to afford FCA.
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Temple Terrace, Fl about 3 miles east of Bush Gardens
FCA is fully accredited by FCIS (Florida Council of Independent Schools), one of the leading accrediting agencies in Florida.
FCA has over 60 years of history making academic excellence in a spiritual environment possible for students in the Tampa area.
Christian schools like FCA emphasize educating the whole student – mentally, physically, emotionally and spiritually. To truly educate a student not one of these should be neglected.
Yes, all families are welcome to apply to FCA.
The first step is to set up a tour by calling FCA.
When does the process close? New families can call today to schedule a tour. Tours for new families begin in January, but you can schedule that tour today. Tours for the current school year are on-going.
Yes and no. Many classes fill up by February for the following fall, but not every class. It is best to schedule at tour for January by calling in early December.
Yes. This is the first step in the process to apply.
Parents will meet the principal, review previous records, discuss policies and procedures, ask questions, and view the campus.
Yes, starting in 4th grade students can try out for volleyball, soccer, flag football, and basketball. Starting in kindergarten students can try out for cross country.