WE ARE ON A
Since 1972, First Assembly Christian School has educated in a manner that is consistent with a biblical worldview so that students are prepared for college and are equipped to live for God’s glory.
WE HAVE A
We strive continually to improve curricula and instruction, biblical worldview training and technological capability in order to prepare students to live for God’s glory.
Our Approach to Christian Education
Faculty and students come from 100+ churches and multiple denominations throughout the greater Memphis area. Unified focus is on essential Christian doctrine
Christian teachers utilize the most academically sound Christian and secular curricula to teach from a biblical worldview while providing an understanding of all major worldviews.
Curricula and instruction for students in grades PreK-12 are closely coordinated to provide vertical alignment as students learn and grow.
Intermittent testing provides evidence for successful achievement of carefully established academic benchmarks and a firm foundation for data-driven instruction.
Each student is viewed as an individual created with unique gifts and abilities; teachers employ differentiated instruction to maximize student potential.
A wide variety of opportunities in athletics, the fine arts, student leadership, academic competition and Christian service develop the whole student.
FACS by the Numbers
More About What We Believe
Teaching from a biblical worldview promotes academic excellence, vision that is led by the Holy Spirit, moral courage, emotional balance, cultural understanding and physical fitness.
Biblical truth is the strongest foundation for intellectual achievement.
Jesus Christ is the preeminent in all facets of academic, fine arts and athletic education at FACS.
Administrators, faculty and staff at FACS maintain a Christian witness and communicate biblical values to all students
Students at FACS are viewed as unique individuals and are encouraged through resources available to develop their God-given talents and abilities.
Student learning is a cooperative effort of FACS stakeholders including parents, students, faculty, staff, school board and community.