FCA’s mission is “to facilitate holistic and caring Christian education that develops learners in godly character and academic ability, while creating positive social impact and being a fun, meaningful place to work.” In keeping with this mission, FCA proposes to launch its High School Academic Scholarship program, aside from its Student Sponsorship Program.
FCA desires to increase the academic caliber of its students. Launching an academic scholarship program which would attract the best, brightest, most deserving students would enhance and encourage the existing student population, which will always consist of a maximum of 30% sponsored children from marginalized communities.
100% of entrance fees
100% of book fees
100% of miscellaneous Fees (declared in the schedule of fees)
School uniforms (2 tops, 2 bottoms, 1 PE set)
Note: This does not cover contributions such as exchange gifts for Christmas parties, non-required contributions and events, etc. It also does not cover school-related activities, trips, or functions.
Most recent GPA should be at least 90%, with no grade lower than 85% in any subject on the report card.
F138 / Report Card for the previous school year
F138 / Report Card for the current school year (certified true copy by school registrar will be accepted - Grades must be complete up until the 3rd grading period)
Recommendation from Class Adviser (download here)
Signed Student Code of Conduct (download here)
Applicant student must be a student entering Grades 7-10.
A 500-word essay written by the student, introducing himself/herself and explaining why he/she desires to be accepted into the scholarship program. Essays must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. A maximum of fifty (50) applications will be accepted.
Should maintain a GPA of at least 90 (on report card) per quarter
Shall have no grade lower than 85 in any subject (on report card) in any grading period
Final General Average for the academic year (year-end) shall be at least 90%
Attendance- should be punctual and should not be habitually absent except for emergencies
Effort - should dutifully submit all requirements needed per subject. (e.g. seatworks, assignments, performance tasks, etc.)
Should actively participate in and support all school-related functions (e.g. sportsfest, chapel service, devotions, official off-site activities, etc.)
Note: Non-compliance with any established rules and/or regulations of the scholarship program or the school will automatically provide grounds for FCA to revoke the scholarship.
Assistance and oversight in preparing for school
Keeping their child as well-groomed as possible: neat clothing, clean nails, proper haircuts, clean and hygienic bodies.
Providing help with homework/projects, and all needed schoolwork. If parent/guardian is incapable of personally assisting, then working together with other friends or relatives to help.
Paying for fees not included in scholarship
Ensuring that utmost effort will be taken to provide a home environment that is conducive for learning.
Keeping open and constant communication with FCA regarding the performance, character, and development of the child, at school and at home.
Attending needed PTA meetings and other gatherings, coming to the school when invited, and providing support for school-related programs.
Striving to uphold moral and ethical values in the home. (Language, gestures, etc.)
Quarterly report cards
Other communication as may be requested by sponsors of scholarship program and approved by FCA