Mission: United Faith Christian Academy is committed to impact the world for Christ by developing and educating body, soul, and spirit through the passionate teaching of a Christ-centered curriculum in a Christ-centered environment.
I am honored to serve as Head of School of United Faith Christian Academy. I couldn’t be more pleased to take a moment to encourage you to consider United Faith for your own family, especially as a long-standing member of the Falcon family myself!
The question we hear more than any other is, “How do I know if United Faith is right for me?” My answer is simply this – every student can learn to love God and love people more while concurrently being prepared to take their next step in life. That’s what we hope our families are looking for. And if you find yourself aligned with that philosophy, we believe United Faith may prove to be a wonderful home for your child as well.
I am constantly reminded that God has His hand on United Faith Christian Academy. He has preserved the school for such a time as this. And He has greater things in store for the future. He has provided an amazing team to serve Him at UFCA in Leadership, on the Board of Directors, and in the classrooms as faculty.
I hope you’ll choose to join us in what God is doing as you discover your own opportunity to make an impact.
Susan R. Blumenthal, PhD
Head of School
United Faith Christian Academy’s Board of Directors is dedicated to operating and assisting UFCA in honoring Christ by providing a Christian education which challenges our students academically, socially and spiritually. The Board serves as the entity steering the long-term development of the school. Board members are volunteers who bring a wide array of professional experience and perspectives. It is the Board’s constant prayer that its decisions are wise, unified, and led by the Holy Spirit.
Contact the Board. The UFCA Board meets the 2nd Tuesday of every month. All requests must be submitted 7 days prior to the scheduled meeting.
At UFCA our faculty and staff are committed to preparing our students for the stages in life by helping them grow spiritually, personally, academically and socially. Meet our faculty and staff!
Spiritual Life Director
BS Ministry/Bible, 2010
Liberty University Theological Seminary
Liberty University Theological Seminary
MA Christian Ministry, 2012
Falcon since 2021
Director of Operations
Zion Bible Institute/Cathedral Bible College
BA Christian Ed, 2002
Falcon since 2003
Our current student body pre-k-12 is 243 and our class of 2018 was 27 students.
The average class size for lower school is 11, middle school is 16 and high school is 24.
Our school hours for lower school is 8:00 – 3:00 and 7:50 – 3:10 for upper school.
We do NOT provide transportation. However, our students with a valid driver’s license can reserve a parking spot on campus.
Yes, we are accredited with ACTS and SACS CASI.
We believe it is our ministry to keep tuition affordable for our community. Therefore, we have partnered with SMART AID to assist with financial needs of parents who apply for financial aid and third party objectivity. Please contact the Business Office Manager, at x231 with additional questions.
Yes, all of our academic teachers have a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree and are either state-certified or certified by our national accrediting agency.
We’re more traditional than technology based overall. However, everything you want for your child from a typical stem program such as strong math curriculum, critical thinking, hands on interactivity, etc. – we offer. We are proud to announce that we offer Lego WeDo and Lego Spike for K-8th grade students.
No, we do not offer separate classes or reteaching of information at UFCA. We offer self contained classrooms. We do not have the training or resources to support learning needs outside of mild to moderate.
Yes, we attract students from around the world. Our International Student Program student body typically makes 15-18 High School students.
Yes, we offer supervised care before school and after school. Program fees vary depending on the grade and plan selected (drop-in or unlimited). Availability is limited and any student expecting before or after school care for the 2018-19 school year must complete an application and pay a registration fee.
All annual tuition may be paid in full and families will receive a 3% discount on annual tuition if paid in full. We use SMART Tuition for processing and tuition collection. Smart Tuition offers families a number of payment options. Re-enrolled students, currently using SMART tuition, will automatically have their accounts rolled over for the upcoming school year by the Business Office.
Yes, we offer multiple child, clergy, fire, police, EMT and active military tuition discounts.
All students must be 5 years old by end of August to be eligible for Transitional Kindergarten or Kindergarten.
We require all students to obtain 24 credits upon graduation. Students are also required to have Bible credit every year of attendance.
Yes, all of our students are expected to dress according to “Appropriate Dress” guidelines whether on campus during the academic day or while attending extra-curricular activities. All students should wear Spirit ware tops (shirts, jackets, sweaters, hoodies) purchased from our online Spirit Store. Bottoms can be shorts, jeans, skirts – no leggings or athletic wear on bottom. Close-toed shoes for lower school.
No, everyone is welcome to be a part of an athletic team of their choice regardless of prior experience. Each sport has an official try-out to determine teams and placement. Try-out time and dates are posted throughout the school and on our sports calendar.