Faith Academy enrollment begins

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Board members with Faith Academy of Freestone celebrated their venture with a ribbon cutting Tuesday, July 17, at the Christian Life Center in Fairfield. Pictured are (front row) Chamber Executive Director Brenda Pate, Nature Study/Technology teacher Amber Weitner, Treasurer Jane Phillips, Vice President/co-founder Jessica Henderson, President/co-founder Julie Steward, and Assistant Treasurer Tony Adkins; (back) New Life of Fairfield Pastor Andrew and Caleb Weitner, English/Language Arts teacher Kayla Lupo, Secretary Leon Thomas, and Accessories, Etc. owner Mary Small. Not pictured was board member Dexter Barnes.
Photo by April Walker

Enrollment began last week for a new private school in Fairfield. Faith Academy of Freestone is a non-profit Christian school whose mission is to partner with parents to provide a quality, Christ-centered education to students while developing the whole child – mind, body, and spirit.

The school – housed in the Christian Life Center of First Baptist Church of Fairfield – accepts student’s kindergarten through 6th grade. The plan is to begin as a K-6 school and add a grade every year in order to retain current sixth graders until they are high school seniors.

“We have selected academically rigorous curriculum designed to challenge students to their full potential,” said the board. “With low student to teacher ratio, students will have education tailored more to their individual learning style.”

Enrichment electives include:


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