The Homeschool Tutorial Program at FCA is designed to help parents with the homeschooling process. It’s like having the best of both worlds – home education and classroom learning in one. Families still have the freedoms, flexibility and family unity that homeschooling provides, plus the added help of a teacher tutoring in a small Christian classroom environment 2-3 days a week.

FCA performs the lesson planning, teaching, and grading for students on campus and communicates to parents the school assignments for completion at home. We offer a small, multi-level classroom that provides students with a caring environment and personal attention.

FCA’s flexible program allows you to choose a plan that best fits your family. Academic subjects are taught Monday – Thursday, while Fine Arts classes are offered on Friday. Choose a 2 or 3-day schedule. FCA recognizes that God has ordained the parent be the primary educator of the child; therefore, FCA will partner with the parent in the educational process. This teamwork approach provides the ideal situation where students, parents, and teachers are all working together to obtain the same goal.

FCA’s Homeschool Tutorial Classes are an extension of, not a replacement for, the home. Students entering our academic program undergo a placement test to determine their exact learning levels to place them exactly where they need to be to succeed FCA uses the following curriculum for its academic program:

Pre-K – K:

Students use Horizons Phonics, Horizons Math and quality literature books for Bible, Science and History. 1st-4th: Students use the Alpha Omega products for Language Arts and Math and a thematic unit study approach for Science, History and Geography. The Bible class is a combination of story-time, teacher instruction, praise music, projects, activities, chapel time and Scripture memory. In addition, students are exposed to a wealth of quality literature.

5th-6th Grade:

Students transition from complete book learning to a mixture of book learning and online computer learning. Students use the Alpha Omega products for Language Arts and Math. For book learning, students use a thematic unit study approach for Science, History, Geography and Bible. The Bible class is a combination of story-time, teacher instruction, praise music, projects, activities, chapel time and Scripture memory. In addition, students are exposed to a wealth of quality literature.

7th-12th Grade:

Students use the FCA Online Academy computer curriculum for Language Arts, Math, Science, History, and Geography. The Bible class is a combination of live chapel time and FCA’s Online Bible program.

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