About This School
In 2010, First Christian Academy had 13 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Florida average is 15 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
Students Per Teacher (2010)
First Christian Academy Reviews
FCA is an excellent school, my granddaughter has been attending FCA since Kindergarten and is now going into 4th, She doesn't want to go anywhere else. Great Christian values, FCA teaches your regular studies and also has bible studies, which I personally think is great. The new headmaster has really made great changes for the school. Also have a granddaughter in Daycare and she has been much happier at FCA. Having parents and students is a plus and is done at every private school I have ever checked into. And for the person complaining about students with disabilities, I see a young man everyday I take my grandchildren to FCA there in a wheel who is only able to function in a wheel chair.
Great preschool, happy so far!
My children are at the new preschool and we've been very pleased so far. The teachers are great and the kids are loving all the fun activities. I'm not sure about the other person commenting on disabilities - I've seen several children with disabilities participating and I know they're making accomodations for a child with an allergy in another class - the preschool itself is new so I'm sure it will take some time to work things out but overall it's great so far. As for screening the parents - I'm glad they do that and I've yet to see a private school that doesn't. It's important that parents understand the role they play in their child's education and it's the reason I've opted for a private Christian school vs. public.
Not very Christian for a "Christian" school.
Does not allow any students with any sort of disability to attend this school. All students and their parents are screened before they are allowed to enroll. Doesn't that go against the very beliefs they teach?