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Leadership Academy

It is the goal of the FCS Leadership Academy to provide high school students rigorous and challenging experiences that engage, equip and empower them to grow as highly principled leaders.  The program provides professional development opportunities as students explore God’s divine calling on their lives. The Leadership Academy is an extra-curricular program for students who have demonstrated academic excellence and leadership initiative. 


This program is designed to engage them with new ideas, equip them with practical leadership skills, and empower them to use those skills in their future vocations.  As part of the program, students will attend quarterly speaker sessions, participate in a student leadership group, and interact with other mentor groups/resources.  The Leadership Academy uses curricular and life application resources like YouScience, Chick-Fil-A Leadership Program, and Habitudes.  

Honor Societies

The National Honor Society (NHS) is the nation's premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS serves to recognize those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, service, leadership, and character. FCS has two National Honor Society Divisions: NHS (10th-12th) & NJHS (7th-9th).  Students who meet all NHS requirements and move through the induction stage must continue to meet all NHS requirements and participate in annual community service projects and initiatives beyond the normal school related community service program. 

Student Government Association

Each grade level 3rd thru 12th consists of class officers.  Class officers are elected by a democratic procedure at the Elementary and Middle School levels and administrative nomination at the High School level.  Each grade level has a class parent sponsor (MS/HS) or Grade Parent (Elem) who assist with school events.  The core values of the SGA include:

  • Promoting and encouraging activities for the best interest of the school

  • Developing good citizens and leaders through experience in government

  • Developing leadership opportunities among the student body at Faith Christian School

  • Establishing a formal means of communication between students and administration

  • Serving all student's desires for improved student services and academic programs

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