Faith Christian Academy is an educational institution that promotes Godly Biblical values in a safe wholesome environment. FCA preschool through high school is WASC accredited. We utilize cutting edge technology as well as teaching and curriculum that meets the core state standards. Our tuition costs are modest and we strive to make FCA affordable to all students through scholarships and family discounts. Unlike the secular public schools, here at Faith Christian Academy students and staff are encouraged to express their faith through prayer, bible reading, and having a personal relationship with God.


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Faith Christian Academy is fully WASC Accredited. To view the most recent W.A.S.C. Self Study, please click the link below.

W.A.S.C. Self Study 2013

What is WASC Accreditation?

The Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) is one of six regional accrediting associations in the United States. WASC Accreditation is a voluntary dual-purpose process that schools (1) must be worthy of the trust placed in them to provide high-quality learning opportunities and (2) clearly demonstrate continual self-improvement. An accredited school is focused on a mission and goals for students; it is student-oriented and examines its students' performance continuously; it accepts objective evaluation from a team of outside peer professionals trained by WASC; it maintains a qualified faculty within an effectively organized school; it collaboratively assesses the quality of its educational programs on a regular basis; and it plans for the future.

Who benefits from WASC Accreditation?

Everyone. WASC accreditation is a valuable service to the public, students and educational institutions themselves.

For example: The public is assured that accredited institutions are evaluated extensively and conform to general expectations of performance and quality. Because accreditation requires continual self-evaluation, frequent reports, and periodic external review, the public can be assured that the educational quality of programs and services offered by the institution are current, reflect high standards of quality, and are offered with integrity.

Students can be assured that the institutions in which they seek to enroll have been reviewed and the educational programs that are offered have been evaluated for quality and content.

Educational institutions benefit from the stimulus for self-study and self-improvement provided by the accreditation process.

Accreditation confers several benefits, in particular the ability to administer federal financial aid for students. To remain accredited, institutions must demonstrate that they meet the WASC Standards and satisfy the WASC Criteria for Review

Also helpful is the ongoing counsel provided by the accreditation commissions and the hundreds of peer experts used in the process of external evaluation.

Accreditation status also increases opportunities for public and private funding for both the institution and students and enhances the institution’s credibility and reputation.

College classes count as high school credits


Students are given dual credit at the high school level for classes taken at the college or university. Students can also earn their AA Degree from West Hills College while attending FCHS. College Classes at West Hills Community College are free if a child is enrolled in a high school. Students that attend FCHS can get two years of college classes free if they choose to do so.


Success Stories


Class of 2007

Joshua and Rebecca Davis
WHC Career Focus | WHC Newsletter

Class of 2012

Kimberlee Isaac
WHC President's Pen | Fresno Bee Article

Smaller Class Sizes

Each student gets personalized attention to help them achieve higher standards and accommodations are made for their style of learning.

Zero tolerance for bullying

With bullying becoming a serious problem in schools today, FCA takes a zero tolerance approach to help create a positive and productive environment for your child to learn.

Christian environment

Godly Biblical and moral standards are taught and enforced.

Washington DC - For Junior High (7th & 8th) students

  • 2015 Washington DC Itinerary

FCA Family Camp - Each February for all FCA Families at Camp Yeager

Sacramento and San Francisco - Trip for 3rd & 4th graders

“Camp Genesis” Science Camp in Oakhurst - Trip for 5th & 6th Graders

  • Check Out Camp Genesis!


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Each parent is given a username and password which is used to access FCA's online Student Information System. This allows you instant access to grades, attendance, calendars, announcements, teacher feedback and comments so that you are always up to date on your child's progress in each class they are taking.

If you need assistance logging in, please click here to contact FCA and get support.