Blood Drive

On Friday, October 2nd, we will be hosting an American Red Cross Blood Drive as a kick off for our Dig Pink weekend!  The drive will be in the UFCA Gym from 9:00am-1:30pm.  Our goal is to get 45 people to sign up to donate.  We are also allowing students to donate, if they meet the Blood_Donation_Requirements.  Donors must be at least 16 years of age, with the specified height and weight requirements.

The Red Cross requires Parental_Consent_for_Blood_Donation for any 16 year old student wanting to donate.

We encourage you to sign up to donate using the following instructions:

Go to

  • Enter our sponsor code: UFCA, in the upper right hand box labelled “Find a Blood Drive.”
  • Select “United Faith Christian Academy” when it comes up.
  • Select the time you would like to donate.  There will be two options at some time slots: “Blood” and “Double Red Cells”.  Please note for the Double Red Cell donations, the height and weight requirements are different (males 5’1 and 130+ lbs; females 5’5 and 150+ lbs.).
  • Login if you already have an account, or “Create Account”.
  • You can also sign up over the phone by calling 1-800-RED-CROSS.

Chick-fil-A Night

  • This Thursday 9/3/15 will be our first Chick-fil-A spirit night of the 2015-2016 year!  Let Chick-fil-A Arboretum do the cooking and support UFCA at the same time!
  • A portion of the sales between 3:00 PM and 8:00 PM that evening will go toward our school.
  • Chick-fil-A spirit nights will be the first Thursday of every month.
  • Many of the teachers are offering incentives such as bonus points or special treats in class. There are signs posted throughout campus listing the incentives for each teacher.
  • Lower School students should turn in their attendance card to their classroom teacher. Upper School students should turn in their attendance card to the front office with the name of the teacher whose incentive they select.
  • The attendance card will be given to the students by the cashier at Chick-fil-A.

Upper School Retreat!

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  • Retreat happens next week! Our 12th Grade students will depart from UFCA on Wednesday, September 9th, at 8:30 AM.
  • Our 6th-11th Grade students will depart from UFCA on Thursday, September 10th, at 8:30AM.
  • All students will return to UFCA on Friday, September 11th, around 3:00 PM.
  • We’re looking forward to this time of bonding and spiritual renewal!
  • And one more time the reminder: we have several students who are unable to financially afford to attend retreat. If you would like to give toward another student being able to go, please see Mr. Woodall as soon as possible, or you can simply send in a check payable to UFCA and write “Retreat Sponsorship” on the memo line.

Orientation Night – Tuesday August 18, 2015


  • Plan to attend from 4:00 o’clock onward! Watch the JV Varsity volleyball game for a few minutes (note the time change!) in our gym or head over to the Matthews Sportsplex for our boys’ soccer game.MS Vol 2
  • Enjoy a meal over at the Lunch Basket Café, free of charge to all UFCA families, between the hours of 3:30-6:30 in the cafeteria!
  • At 5:00 o’clock, get your schedule in the sanctuary and drop by and meet your teacher(s) or head over to the Varsity volleyball game against Statesville Christian.
  • At 6:00 o’clock, the information tables in the sanctuary will open.
    • Join the PTF!
    • Become part of the Booster Club!
    • Set up your tuition payments!
    • Register for Falcons Nest!
    • Get your Parking Permit!
    • Pick up Retreat Packet!
    • Fill out your medical form!
    • Buy your agendas!
    • Get information about Lunch Basket Café!
    • Learn how to log in to Sycamore!
  • At 7 o’clock, join us in the sanctuary for our Family Orientation! We’ll keep it to 30 minutes or so the students will get home at a decent hour. After all, they’ll have school the next day!

Under Construction

Thank you for visiting the UFCA website!  It is currently under construction.  We found that it needed a little updating and spiffing up this year.  You will be seeing some new things from time to time.

You will notice that there is a new tab at the top of the page called Resources.  Under it you will find links to important information like the Lands’ End order form and the Handbook.

You will also notice hyperlinks on many pages to help you navigate more smoothly through our website.

Thanks for visiting and have a look around!

Spring Showcase 2015

Thursday, April 30th and Friday, May 1st marked two great evenings to celebrate the fine arts at United Faith Christian Academy.  UFCA is a school with a vibrant fine arts program.  In the fall we have our annual Festival of the Fine Arts (FOFA) which highlights our HS Programs and each spring we have our Spring Showcase which primarily highlights our Middle School.  This year’s Spring Showcase featured the MS Band under the direction of Mrs. Bailey, the MS Theatre Production under the direction of Mrs. Robinson and Mrs. Stoiano, the MS Sign Language and HS Praise Team both under the direction of Mrs. Vought.  In addition, the visual arts under the leadership of Mrs. Hoag and photography under Mr. Meyer’s leadership were also highlighted. The theatre production this year was Aesop’s Foibles.  The students did a great job and the show was a huge hit with sellout crowds both nights.

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Senior Missions Trip – A NEW UFCA Tradition

  • For many years, our 12th grade class has taken a cruise for their senior trip. It had almost become an annual tradition. With this year’s graduating class; however, we wanted to shift the focus to a missions/service opportunity. The place and project proved to be an easy choice: our sister school in the Dominican Republic, Fountain of Life.
  • Fourteen of our seniors landed in Santo Domingo on Wednesday, April 8th. They spent the next four days in the village of Juan Tomas.  They attended a prayer service at the church the first night and distributed shoes to the students of the school the next day (courtesy of Samaritan’s Feet and the funds our own UFCA students raised!). The following day found them hosting chapels and then a field day for grades K-8. Each night they slept in the school’s bunk houses under mosquito netting and the days were hot and muggy.  Not one of the seniors hesitated to serve with an open heart. We are so very proud of them.
  • The last few days were spent at a beautiful resort in Punta Cana. The students enjoyed beach, pool time, snorkeling, bowling and much more. The devotional theme throughout the week was “Life Lessons”.  It was a wonderful time of bonding and memories were made that will not soon be forgotten. Senior Missions — a NEW UFCA tradition!

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Spring Gala a GREAT Success!

Case Sponsor

Spring Gala 2015 was a great night evening of fun and fellowship.  A special thanks to CASE Orthodontics, our corporate sponsor, and to all who helped to make the evening a great success.  Board chair Scott Woods did a super job as our MC and also as our Auctioneer. Renee Keretses led the Spring Gala Committee over the past 6 months and everyone did a wonderful job making the evening a financial success as well as a really well run Gala.  Thank you to the 130 individuals who came out and supported our school.  A special thanks to the Marriott SouthPark for hosting our event and to all on their team who were exceptional to work with.  If you were not able to attend our event, your donation to the Annual Fund or the Spring Gala event this spring is much appreciated.  Please contact the school office for details.

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