At A Glance
- Year Established: 1973
- Location: Sellersville, PA
- Type of School: Private HS. CO-ED
- Campus Size: 55 Acres
- Website: www.my-fca.com
- Grades: Pre K-12
- Total Enrollment: 290
- Chinese Students Population: 15
- Average Class Size: 16
- Teacher to Student Ratio: 1:9
- AP Classes: 4
- Honor Classes: 17
- Average SAT Score: 1710
- Average ACT Score: 25
- College Matriculation: 100%
- ESL Program: Yes
- Admission Requirments: SLEP or TOEFL+Skype Interview
Faith Christian School takes pride in our academic achievements and staff.
From Daycare to Graduation, our Christian School in Bucks County has qualified staff who will provide a solid scholastic education while teaching Biblical morals. Our private school will help your child learn about the technologies of today and prepare them for the future.
To our staff, working at Faith Christian School is more than just a job and a paycheck. Their goal is to help your child understand, learn, and excel in a world that can show little mercy. Classes are taught in a professional manor and the love of Christ is exhibited throughout each day. Our goal is to be transparent; read and learn about the staff members from our Staff webpage. You will see the love they have for our School in Bucks County as well as the students they teach.
All are welcome at our Christian School - We will teach and show the love of Christ, but we will not force our beliefs on anyone. We believe in leading through example and by our leading your child will feel comfortable regardless of race, religion, or personal views.
Bible , Biology, English, Math, History, Chemistry, Computer, Physics, Forensics, Anatomy, Forensics
Sports and Athletics
Baseball, Softball, Track, Volleyball, Soccer, Wrestling, Basketball
Art I, Art II, Art III, Advanced Art, Studio Art
Music Theory, Band, Choir, Hand Bell, Music Appreciation, Chamber Choir and Private Music Lessons
Where Our Graduates Go
University of Pittsburgh, Penn State University, Grand Canyon University, Ohio State University, Michigan State University, Rutgers, Liberty University, New York University, and the University of the Arts in Philadelphia.