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FCA is open to students of all ages and religions, as long as they comply with the rules and regulations of the school. FCA reserves the right to deny enrollment to any students that it may deem to be harmful or destructive to the school.

1. Eligibility


Playschool is for students ages 2-4. It’s a play-and-learn program without the pressure of formal schooling. Students learn communication skills, personal responsibility, real-life skills, creativity, music, and have nature experiences as they explore plants and trees… and even do some planting themselves! Basic numeracy and literacy is also integrated – learning phonetic sounds of the letters, and learning how to count and work with numbers.


A child entering Pre-Kindergarten must meet the following requirements:

This class incorporates basic learning with fun for toddlers. Nursery rhymes and children’s songs will form a large part of their learning, as well as watching educational videos, and learning Bible verses. We provide a loving, caring time for your toddlers. A school day for a student in this class is 2-3 hours. Focus is given to real-life skills that will prepare students for future success, and a hands-on approach is used in learning. Students will enjoy learning in many learning spaces, including simple mini-farms and gardens where they can learn responsibility and stewardship for the environment, and for animals. A child entering Nursery must be at least 3 years old upon enrollment. Finishing Nursery class does not automatically qualify a student to enter Pre-Kindergarten the next school year.


The Pre-K program provides a fun, engaging environment for the children to learn, while incorporating real-life skills and hands-on experiences indoors and outdoors. A child entering Pre-Kindergarten must meet the following requirements:

  • Must pass the readiness assessment done by the Kindergarten supervisors.
  • Must be at least 4 years old by October 31 of the current school year.
  • Note: Finishing the Pre-kindergarten program does NOT automatically qualify a student to enter Kindergarten the next school year.


A child entering this level will be honed for readiness to enter Grade 1 the following school year. If a child graduates Kindergarten at FCA, we will consider them ready for entry to Grade 1, unless special circumstances arise that may disqualify the child for said entry. Focus is given to reading comprehension and problem-solving skills. A child entering Kindergarten must meet the following requirements:

Primary (Grades 1-3)

Students who wish to enroll in Grades 1-3 must present required registration documents as proof that they have successfully completed the previous grade level. They must also undergo a basic reading and numeracy assessment test to determine if they are ready for placement in the desired grade level. If the school sees that they are not qualified, then the school will pursue the following:

  1. Recommend them for intervention such as summer classes or tutorials.
  2. Repeat assessment test after intervention;
  3. If the student fails assessment test after intervention, FCA will recommend that they pursue enrolment elsewhere. FCA’s goal is that the students who will enroll can be served to the best of the school’s ability.

Intermediate (Grades 4-6)

Students who wish to enroll in Grades 4-6 must undergo the following assessments:

  1. Logic Exam
  2. Basic Language and Math

Junior High School (Grades 7-10)

Students enrolling in Grades 7-10 must undergo the following assessments:

  1. Logic Exam
  2. Basic Language and Math
  3. Grit Scale

2. Schedule of Fees

3. Registration / Enrollment

Enrollment Procedures are as follows:

  1. Take the assessment exam.
  2. Review results with the registrar. If passed, proceed.
  3. Create parent account in FCA SMIS
  4. Enroll each child under the parent account in FCA SMIS. Follow the steps for the following departments:
    1. Registrar – Submit all pertinent documentation and fill out all required forms.
    2. Finance – Pay required fees and upload proof of payment. If paid in cash at the FCA office, FCA staff may upload proof of payment.
  5. Claim books at library upon presentation of receipt.
  6. Attend scheduled general orientation.

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