|About||First Baptist Christian Academy, Troy, MO provides Christian education, Kindergarten--8th grade. FBCA is a ministry of Troy First Baptist Church.|
|Mission||The mission of First Baptist Christian Academy is to emphasize a Christ-centered philosophy of excellence in providing students both an academic and spiritual education. This academy exists to provide a learning experience aimed at developing the student’s maximum spiritual, intellectual, social, physical and emotional potential, empowering them to impact the world for the glory of God.|
Graduates of First Baptist Christian Academy of Troy, Missouri will be able to demonstrate (or will have experienced) the following five criteria which comprises the STARS philosophy.
FBCA students are:
Seeking to know God (2 Peter 3:18)—Each student will be encouraged to know the one true God and to love Him with all one’s heart, soul, and mind; to experience a personal relationship with Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior; and to live Spirit-led lives.
Training in godliness (1 Timothy 4:12)—Each student will have multiple opportunities to develop strong faith and godly character through the personal disciplines of prayer, Bible study, scripture memory, worship, character development, health and wellness, and personal obedience to God and to God’s agents of authority (parents, teachers, church leaders, government).
Achieving academic excellence (2 Tim. 2:15)-- 1. Each student will acquire a basic core of knowledge in mathematics, communication arts, social sciences, natural sciences, computer-literacy skills, salvation and biblical theology, and fine arts foundational to academic success in high school and in being life-long learners.
2. Each student will be able to think, solve problems, communicate, plan, prioritize, and creatively express oneself.
3. Each student will participate in positive, challenging classrooms where educators utilize a wide variety of effective teaching and assessment methods.
Relating to others in love (John 13:34-35)--The student will build skills in gaining a proper view of God, others, and self and in being peace makers knowing effective skills to resolve conflict.
Serving others as Christ served (Philippians 2:5-7)--The student will have multiple opportunities to serve others in school, community, and mission endeavors with a wholehearted and sacrificial attitude and redemptive purpose.
|Awards||Member of Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI)|
|Founded||Troy First Baptist Church|