Investing in What Matters Most

Faith Christian School aims to have a culture of generosity and gratitude as an extension of our commitment to excellence. Your charitable gifts provide every student with the best education and experience possible. Support from our parents, grandparents, alumni, and friends translates into larger gifts from outside organizations and propels us forward together.

The Lord has done an amazing work at Faith Christian through the dreams, prayers, and sacrifices of those who came before us. Would you consider making an impact with a year-end gift? Every gift makes an impact on our school and the families we serve, and each one goes toward our vision of seeing graduates influence the world as they pursue big dreams for God’s glory, pray about everything, and put others before themselves. Thank you for your generosity!

Alumni Giving

Our alumni are leaders in many areas of business, their communities, and in various ministries. They know first-hand how life-changing the Faith Christian experience is for students. We want to engage our alumni in our mission and are creating a culture where alumni are valued, involved and invested.

If you are a Faith Christian alumna or alumnus, here are tangible ways you can give back to your alma mater:

“Give your year” Donation

For instance, if you graduated in 1999, you could choose to give $19.99, $199.90, or $1999.00 to commemorate your graduation year.

Attend Homecoming during your reunion year, or any year!

We value our alumni and love seeing you back on campus. Please join us each year as we celebrate Homecoming, with a great basketball game and fun activities.

Keep Faith Christian posted on exciting events in your life.

We want to celebrate marriages, births, big moves and job promotions with you. Email us at with your updates.

Experience Faith Christian School

The best way to see what it's like at Faith Christian School is to come visit our campuses.

Faith Christian School

Christ-Centered Education

Our students develop faith in Jesus Christ through academics, leadership development, and personal relationships.