We're proud of our statistics. They say something.
Our students consistently beat the national average for SAT scores. They have attended mission trips in eight countries, and are highly involved in both athletics and fine arts. Our staff – who stay with FCS for an average of 7 years – are experts; 30% hold advanced degrees. Our alumni graduate with the ability to receive scholarships, and pursue their higher education at places like Columbia University, Texas A&M, Penn State, University of Virginia, and Virginia Tech. In fact, 98% of our graduates attend college. Our non-denominational campuses represent 166 churches. We’re proud of our community. We are truly educating leaders for life. Find out more about what makes FCS different.
15 AP classes
Our expert teachers make 15 AP classes available to students.
82 international students
Over the years, 82 international students have attended FCS.
Our students completed over 7,000 community service hours in 2015.
Our athletics department oversees 27 teams.
Between our three campuses, 171 churches are represented.
62% in fine arts
At our Upper School campus, 62% of students are in orchestra, band, or choir.
Our average class size is 18 students.
The senior class of 2015 received $500,000 in scholarships for college.
International Student Admission
Across three campuses, FCS has welcomed students from China, Denmark, Germany, Guatemala, Japan, Korea, Nigeria, Russia, Serbia, South America, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam. If you’re interested in gaining admission as an international student, see our application process!
Our Admissions Process
Our admissions process helps us get to know you and your child. We encourage a campus visit before applying so that we can meet face-to-face. After an initial review of your application, we’ll bring you and your student in for an interview. We’ll also do a little testing, to ensure proper placement.
From Our Parents and Students
“Teachers are Very Invested”
I think it felt like home when I came in … Once I was here I realized that all the teachers are very invested in the students.
“Academically Has All the Challenges”
It’s great to have a school that academically has all the challenges, but also all the different activities … and we wanted something that was from a Christian Worldview.