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Family Of Christ Christian School

Private School | Grades K-8
16190 Bruce B Downs Blvd
Tampa, FL 33647
(813) 558-9343

About This School

Family Of Christ Christian School is located in Tampa, FL. It is a private school that serves 147 students in grades K-8. Family Of Christ Christian School is coed (school has male and female students) and is Lutheran Church – Missouri Synod in orientation. The school belongs to the National Christian School Association.

In 2010, Family Of Christ Christian School had 11 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The Florida average is 15 students per full-time equivalent teacher.

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Students (2010)

147

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Family Of Christ Christian School Reviews

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Question No. One:  I ask myself everyday why I’m working so hard to pay for my children’s’ private school education.   No. Two:  Then I ask myself how schools & children differ today from when we were kids.  Question No. Two is the answer to my first question.  I adore Family of Christ “FOC” since they are an extension of my family.  Everyone knows us by our 1st name; my kids jump out of the car every morning to be greeted by several teachers and fellow students of all ages on their way to class.  It’s great to feel like a rock star, be safe and cherished every day.  Most importantly my kids get a solid Christian education in a FAMILY environment that I trust.  These teachers and fellow students are with my children for 38 plus hours every week; I want to be sure my kids are with caring and honest people that still have high morale’s.  Furthermore, I want a school that says the original U.S. pledge of allegiance “one nation under God”.  Come and visit this school you will see what I mean…this could be your 2nd home too.  Parents of two happy, healthy, and smart Family of Christ students.

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