We accept applications to join classes year-round, provided there is space available in the class.
Tuesday - Thursday 8:30AM - 12:00PM
By signing up your child for classes at FCA, you are partnering with us. We provide K - 1st school experiences and 2nd - 5th Grade Math and Science instruction for your child and support, if desired, for other subject areas that you will teach at home on Monday and Friday. We also have other enrichment opportunities that your child may want to participate in. We will be happy to meet with you to talk about what "schooling at home" might look like for you and your child.
No. Uniforms are not required at this time. However, appropriate school attire should be worn to allow students to be comfortable while standing, sitting, playing, running, climbing, lounging, etc.
All students will need to bring a snack to school each day for the morning break. Lunch is not provided, and classes end at noon
No, the school does not offer transportation.
Freedom Christian Academy meets at the campus of LifePoint Christian Church at 1470 Myrtle Lake Hills Rd, Longwood, Florida. The 10,000 square foot facility provides us with several adequate meeting rooms, as well as a large, shaded field for the student needs.
Yes, FCA is affiliated with LifePoint Christian Church and operates as an extended ministry of the church.
Our goal is to provide an exceptional teaching environment to every student at FCA, therefore the teacher to student ratio will be no more than 12 students per teacher (12:1).
Yes, the students will have recess in the morning between Math and Science classes. We feel this play is an important part of the educational process.
While some of our teacher's have chosen to continue to renew their certification with the State of Florida, all of our teacher have completed an education degree at a certified college.
FCA does not offer any organized sporting programs. By eliminating needless homework, parents have the choice to register and place their student in various programs and leagues outside of school.
Yes, there will be a weekly chapel time that focuses on discipleship and Christian living. This is a Bible study that you and your child may sign up to participate in.
FCA does not except any scholarships from the state of Florida, or any other government body. Our desire is to remain completely free of the bureaucratic interference that often accompanies school choice scholarships. As an independent entity, we have the freedom to make educational and spiritual policies that we believe are best for a young Christian student. For this reason, we have intentionally set the tuition to be lower than the average price of other private schools in the area that accept scholarships. This being said, there are some scholarships that will allow you to use a portion of the monies at Freedom. For more information on this opportunity, click this link. (LINK COMING SOON)
Freedom Christian Academy offers a unique small group structure and flexible learning opportunities that will likely benefit a wide variety of learners. While students who apply may have an IEP in place, FCA will not formally follow previously written plans. However, because all children are unique, we will be happy to meet with parents to look at an IEP to see if FCA can provide services for your child.
Absolutely yes! Our goal is to provide a variety of learning opportunities on campus and off campus. (P.S. The Mud Walk is definitely on the list!)