The following are required of the parents or guardians of each student applicant.
To show by personal testimony that they know the Lord Jesus Christ as their personal Savior. It is preferred that both
parents have made this decision, but a student’s application will be acceptable if at least one of the parents can testify
to a personal relationship with Christ.
To honor all financial commitments made to the school.
To desire to support school activities and show, by their involvement, a positive school spirit.
To show willingness to cooperate with and abide by the guidelines outlined in the Parent/Student Handbook
Complete the Financial Worksheet and pay enrollment fee for each student.
Classroom assignment cannot be held or guaranteed without payment of fees.
Schedule family interview with Superintendent
Faith Bible Christian School is committed to a policy of
non-discrimination on the
basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, athletic and other school administered programs.
FBCS reserves the right to select students on the basis of academic performance, religious commitment and personal qualifications including willingness to cooperate with school administration and obey its policies.
Complete the following forms and submit them into the office prior to scheduling an interview with the superintendent
A copy of the student’s last report card (grades 4 - 12), a copy of the student’s high school transcript
(if entering grade 10 or above), and a copy of the student’s last achievement test (grades 1-12).
Before acceptance into Faith Bible Christian School the following steps must be completed:
Student and his/her parents meet with the principal or his delegated representative prior to being accepted or attending classes. In the interview the principal will assess the following criteria:
The student expresses a personal desire to attend FBCS.
The student shows a willingness to cooperate with those in authority and abide by the guidelines outlined in the
PARENT/ STUDENT HANDBOOK
The student exhibits spiritual and moral characteristics that will be a positive influence on his/her classmates.
The student knows Jesus Christ as his/her personal Savior. (grades 5-12)
The student has at least a 2.0 GPA on his/her last report card. (grades 9-12)