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Spirit, Mind & Body

Developing the whole person

Partnering With You

Caring Staff. Godly Environment

Academic Excellence

Training the leaders of the future

FAITH CHRISTIAN ACADEMY IS A CHRIST-CENTERED PRIVATE SCHOOL SERVING OVER 500 EL PASO, TEXAS STUDENTS IN PRE-KINDERGARTEN TO TWELFTH GRADE.

Since its founding by Pastor Charles and Rochelle Nieman in 1981, FCA has continued to train the spirit, soul and body of tomorrow’s leaders today. We believe in partnering with you to uphold Christian principles, foster academic excellence, instill healthy physical habits, and build life long values.

WHY FAITH CHRISTIAN ACADEMY?

Christian Curriculum

FCA is a Christian school known for its academic standards, students regularly test in the higher percentiles, however, every learning level is taught with the assistance of a curriculum specialist, FCA offers a high level of learning from a Biblical perspective, FCA partners with parents in raising children in a wholesome Godly environment.

Fully Accredited

We are fully accredited by ICAA and also recognized by TEA as an accredited school.

Pre-school Program

We partner with Abundant Living Faith Center to offer a Christian pre-school program for ages 2-4 yrs.

Dual Credit Courses

Our dual credit courses offer our students the opportunity to simultaneously earn college credit in a high school setting. We partner with El Paso Community College. These college credits will transfer to most universities in and out of state.

Advanced Placement

By taking an AP through College Board and scoring successfully on the related AP Exam, you can save on college expenses: most colleges and universities nationwide offer college credit, advanced placement, or both, for qualifying AP Exam scores. These credits can allow students to save college tuition, study abroad, or secure a second major. AP can transform what once seemed unattainable into something within reach.

Fine Arts

Our students have the opportunity to participate in Art, Choir, Drama and Journalism in a classroom setting and state competitions.

Accelerated Reader Program

The Accelerated Reader program is a computerized program that tests reading comprehension. Students select books on their reading level, read independently, and take an independent comprehension test on the computer. Each book is worth a certain number of points based on its length and reading level.

Athletics

Faith Christian Academy believes that a complete education includes the opportunity to participate in local and state competitions.

After School Program

Our after school programs offers parents with busy schedules the opportunity of extended care in a safe environment.

Ministry Outreach

As a part of the vision of Faith Christian Academy to equip God’s Children for service, the entire student body will participate in community of world outreaches. Outreach exposes students to the needs of the world and gives them a heart of service.

IF YOU WOULD LIKE MORE INFORMATION ABOUT OUR SCHOOL

 

LEADERSHIP TEAM

Shannon Nieman

Superintendent

Sandra Escamilla

Dean of Academics

Elena Delman

Office Administrator

Monica Carroll

Assistant to Dean of Academics

Jeanette Ceniceros

Administrative Assistant

Justin Delman

Athletic Director

Esmeralda Escudero

Registrar

Norma Zacherl

Accounts Receivable

Rosa Silva

Attendance Clerk

ALUMNI HIGHLIGHT

Gilbert Carranza

Faith Christian Academy alumni and undergraduate researcher Gilbert Carranza, senior electrical engineering major at UTEP, represented UTEP at the 2017 Texas Undergraduate Research Day at the Capitol. This event, held on March 28, 2017, brought approximately 75 outstanding undergraduate students from Texas universities to the State Capitol in Austin, where they presented the results of their research to state senators, state representatives and the general public.

Gilbert Carranza is conducting research under the mentorship of Raymond Rumph, Ph.D., Schellenger, Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at UTEP. The goal of his project is to develop the tools needed to construct three-dimensional electric circuits that could make electronics more efficient. Gilbert is an awardee of the MERITUS program funded by UTEP’s Campus Office of Undergraduate Research Initiatives, or COURI.

The Council of Public University Presidents and Chancellors (CPUPC), the Independent Colleges and Universities of Texas, Inc. (ICUT) and the Texas Association of Community Colleges (TACC) organize Texas Undergraduate Research Day at the Capitol every other year. The goal of this event is to highlight the many ways in which undergraduate research positively impacts Texas and Texans, from better preparing our students for the challenges of the 21st century to transforming the lives of all Texans via discoveries made by undergraduate students working alongside talented university professors.

ATHLETICS

Junior High Girls Basketball

SWCAA1 Champions – 1st Place
Coach – Destine Wilson

Junior Varsity Boys Basketball

SWCAA1 Champions – 1st Place
Coach – Rudy Ledesma

Varsity Boys Basketball

TCAL2 State Champions – 1st Place
Coach – Justin Delman

Varsity
Cheerleading

TCAL2 Champions – 2nd Place
Coach – Monica Carroll

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Contact Information

Address: 8960 Escobar Dr, El Paso, TX 79907
Phone: (915) 594-3305