Faith Christian School
Faith Christian School provides students with a quality Christ-centered academic education based on the fact "all truth is God's truth." Each student is challenged to develop a vital living relationship with Christ in all areas of life, including their mental, physical, spiritual, and social activities.
The school views itself as a partner with the home and the church in building young men and women whose lives glorify our Savior and Lord Jesus Chris. www.fcslions.org.
- Grades: Kindergarten-12
- Enrollment: 195 students
- Yearly Tuition: $6,325
- Acceptance rate: 95%
- Average class size: 15 students
- Application Deadline: None / Rolling
- Source: Verified school update
School Membership(s)School Assoc.
Student Body Type
% Students of Color
State avg.: 26%
Students by Grade
Academics and Faculty
Total Classroom Teachers
Student : Teacher Ratio
National avg.: 13:1
% Faculty w/Advanced Degree
Average Class Size
Average SAT score
Classroom Dress Code
Dress code standard
Dress code standard
Tuition and Acceptance Rate
None / Rolling
Yearly Tuition Cost
1st through 5th $6,325 6th through 8th $6,500 9th through 12th $6,725 Family Maximum Tuition $14,950.
% on Financial Aid
Average Financial Aid Grant
National avg.: 85%
Total ExtracurricularsTotal Extra-curric.
Chorus, Drama, Praise Team, Ski/ Snowboard Club, Yearbook
- FCS, an independent, coeducational day school, founded in 1980, seeks to "provide a quality education that reinforces the Christian training of the home and the church". FCHS offers College Prep and general education courses providing strong verbal, written and thinking skills for future educational opportunities and employability. Teaching students to have a "Christian World View" is paramount.
Source: Verified school update
Faith Christian School is a blessing to my family. My daughter started in Kindergarten and is now in 5th grade. My daughter is happy as a result of the caring and naturing from the wonderful people that work or volunteer at the school. I know I made the right decision when she once told me " Mom I never want to leave Faith Christian School ". Anyone looking for a private Christian base education school I highly recommend FCS of Roseto, PA.
Faith Christian School has been a blessing to my family. The principle, staff and teacher are great. They really got to know each of my children personally. They got to understand how each of them learned a little differently and worked with their strengths and weaknesses. They challenged them academically and gave them leadership opportunities in student council, National Honor Society, on sports teams. Each time I have volunteered at Faith, I have been impressed at how respectful and polite the student body is. High school students tutor elementary students. Kindergartners give high fives to the senior as they pass in the halls. There is a culture of caring at Faith. Parents are welcome to volunteer and get on committees. The school plans great activities to bring the whole school community together a few times a year. When you are at Faith, you feel like family.
Faith Christian School is a very family-oriented environment in which to work. The teachers are very positive and hardworking. They go above and beyond their roles, encouraging one other, and being a spiritual and professional example for the students. They are willing to step in to help each other and are interested in the personal development of each student. The students at Faith Christian School are close knit and have had a good positive attitude. They demonstrate exceptional camaraderie and are in tune with one another's needs and concerns. They are very warm and accepting of new students. The elementary students have high energy and are very loving.
We love Faith Christian School. Our daughter has thrived socially and academically there. It has been a great high school experience for her, and she is well-prepared for college. The teachers really care, the academics challenging, Biblical truth is found throughout the curriculum, and there is a loving family atmosphere among the students - no clicks, all hs grades interact with one another and encourage one another. I highly recommend this school.
No school is perfect, but Faith Christian School in Roseto, PA is the perfect fit for our family at this stage in our lives. Leadership in the school is competent, yet humble. Teachers are knowledgeable, loving, and approachable. Values at home are being reinforced, and two-way communication is encouraged. They truly believe the heart of the matter is the matter of the heart, and their walk matches their talk.
I have 2 children (soon 3) in this school from entry to late middle school. I have been absolutely pleased with the school and everything that they provide to the children. The education is great and the teachers are very active and involved with the students. We love the small classroom size and how our child(ren) can get the one on one attention if needed. The icing on the cake is that our children get to learn and grow in their Faith while getting an education. Hallelujah! Thank you Faith Christian School.
I currently have one child at Faith and one who graduated from there. I think this school has been a blessing to my family. The faculty are caring and supportive in every way possible. The academics are rigorous but in a good way I know my tuition is going toward a great education
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