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Campus Facilities

For more than a quarter century, FACS was housed on a 6.75 acre campus on North Highland Street. In November of 1999, First Assembly Memphis Church and First Assembly Christian School moved east to what is now a 55-acre campus in Cordova. The main church and school building are known for its beautiful spire atop the highest point in Shelby County at 8650 Walnut Grove Road.

In 2009, FACS opened a second academic building on the same campus; the new facility was given its own address, 8636 Walnut Grove Road. And in 2019, a large addition to the original 8650 Building was completed.

Students have access to two full-size gymnasiums, two dining halls, fine arts music wing for chorus and band, a multi-purpose room with theatre staging, lighting, and sound, spacious multi-purpose activity rooms for children and youth, well-equipped science, computer, and art labs, and beautiful worship spaces for chapel and musical performance.



The Jones Center

In 2012, with the help of the late Hermon Jones and his wife, Bonnie, the school renovated its beautiful log cabin on the FACS campus to serve as The Jones Center for Guidance and Counseling. The front portion of the cabin is the oldest homestead still standing in Shelby County. A little piece of history right here on campus!




In 2021, FACS, in partnership with Creative Learning Systems, unveiled the new SmartLab located on the second floor of the east side of the building. This space opens many doors of opportunities for students to dive into creativity and innovation. The FACS Smart Lab is available for all students to use!

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Science Lab

Science comes to life when the necessary tools, equipment and environment is accessible to students. Laboratory experiences provide opportunities for students to interact directly with data drawn from the material world, using the tools, data collection techniques, models, and theories of science. 



Outdoor Living Classroom

Project Living Classroom is an expansion project dedicated to engaging students in experiential learning and key life-skill development, particularly as it relates to STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math). It includes raised garden and flower beds, composting area, outdoor learning space, certified natural habitat, hydroponics systems and more.



Elementary Classrooms

The ideal classroom boasts a positive place where a student can come to work toward specific goals that are set before them in course study objectives. Along with proper seating, an organized and flexible space helps a student in being empowered to learn to the best of his or her ability. 

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Art Room

Art comes to life for students in every grade, PreK-12. For elementary students, long-time art instructor hosts a combination of art class in individual classrooms with her traveling art-on-a-cart classroom and in the elementary art classroom. 

For secondary students, Art I, II, III and IV are elective courses that take place in a dedicated art space. 

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Choir Room

Students, beginning in grade 6, have the opportunity to participate in chorale instruction in preparation for periodic performances throughout the year. The Choir Room is fitted for ideal acoustics and includes breakout rooms. 

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Band Room

Students, beginning in grade 6, have the opportunity to explore their musical skills using many instruments the the spacious and acoustically fitted band room, located in the Junior High Building. 

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Dining Hall

The Crusader Café is where students can find a home-cooked, hot meal served by the church food service ministry. This area is also a key space used during homecoming and graduation festivities.



Chapel Service

Chapel services, hosted in the campus sanctuaries, are led by campus pastors and include a time of prayer, music worship and a message from the Word of God. 



Frazee Sportsplex

Frazee Athletic Complex, which includes football, softball, and baseball fields, was made possible through the generosity of the late William Frazee.



Athletic Fieldhouse

The Tate Fieldhouse is a gift from Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tate and is home to a free weight training facility, open for any student-athlete or faculty and staff member on campus. It is also the main headquarters for football coaches and players. 



Weight Training Facility

Located in the Athletic Fieldhouse, the weight training facility is used for student-athlete conditioning, available for all sport programs, and Introduction to Weight Training course instruction. 



Synthetic Turf Field

Installed in 2022, the synthetic turf field offers student-athletes state-of-the-art playing facilities to help give them the necessary tools to advance their individual skills and talents. 



Phillip Spain Field

Dedicated in memory of Philip Spain, the Philip Spain field is home to Friday night football games and other fun student activities such as homecoming. 



Hanks Stadium

Named in honor of the first playing field for the FACS Crusaders, Hanks Stadium holds countless memories for FACS families over the years. 



Ashmore-Kane Press Box

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Soccer Field


Baker Soccer Field

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Basketball Gym

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Baseball Field

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Baseball Coach


Baseball Press Box

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Baseball Locker Room

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Baseball Training Facility

Significant renovations to the baseball field and an indoor baseball training facility were completed in 2016, made possible through the generosity and hard work of FACS parent Brenda Carter and other members of the Baseball Boosters.

Softball Glove


Softball Field

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