Admissions

• ADMISSIONS POLICY

Forest City Christian School provides an education with the students’ success in mind, understanding that FCCS may not be the best place for all students. With this understanding, a recommendation may be made to parents that seeking another school would be in the best interest of the child.Once a student is enrolled at FCCS, a mutual bond of commitment is established between the school, the student, and the parent. Together we commit ourselves to provide effective communication to operate in an efficient manner.Students are expected to commit themselves to the community, to be effective learners, to cooperate with teachers and others. Students are expected to respect the codes and regulations of the school and to grow in responsibility for their own education.

Parents are expected to be committed to their child’s education. This would include supporting faculty and administration as well as the policies, regulations and procedures of FCCS.

• NONDISCRIMINATION POLICY

FCCS admits students of any race, color, nationality, ethnic origin, or gender to all rights, priviledges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at FCCS.


• ASSOCIATION OF CHRISTIAN SCHOOLS INTERNATIONAL

FCCS is a member of and affiliated with Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI). This is a group of Christian schools from around the world that are committed to providing a Christian education to students. There are more than 30,000 schools in the United States, Canada, and around the world who are committed to the association.ACSI serves as an accrediting body of Christian schools and a certifying body for Christian teachers. Annual teacher conferences provide opportunities for our faculty to develop and expand their skills through participation and leadership. Academic competitions (Speech, Spelling, Drama, Creative Writing, Mathematics, Foreign Language, Art, Science, Vocal Music & Band) are part of ACSI’s annual calendar of events for elementary and secondary students.