Faith Academy of Freestone

Wed
12
Sep

Classes begin at Faith Academy

Tuesday was an exciting day for Faith Academy, a newly formed Christian school in Fairfield. Students began their first day of school Tuesday, Sept. 4, at the Christian Life Center at First Baptist Church of Fairfield. Pictured is teacher Kayla Lupo (left) accepting a copy of the U.S. Constitution from VFW Post 5872 Quartermaster Robbie Robertson. Robertson also led the children in the pledge of allegiance to both the U.S. and Texas. For more information about the school, contact Faith Academy via email at info@fafreestone.org or visit their website at www.fafreestone.org.

Photo courtesy of Jane Phillips

 

Wed
25
Jul

Faith Academy enrollment begins

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.

Wed
30
May

Faith Academy now taking applications

Serving on the Faith Academy board is (front) Treasurer Jane Phillips; President Julie Steward; and Vice President Jessica Henderson; (back row) Assistant Treasurer Tony Adkins; Secretary Leon Thomas; and member Dexter Barnes.
Photo submitted by Jane Phillips

A small group of parents have worked hard to open a new Christ-centered school for Freestone County children. Faith Academy of Freestone County is slated to open this fall and is currently taking applications for students. The school will provide a quality, Christian-based education to students and develop the whole child – mind, body, and spirit. This non-profit school seeks to partner with parents, teachers, and the community for returning God to education with a chapel and Bible classes.

 

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