High School

UFCA’s college preparatory high school produces students who are equipped with the academic, social and spiritual tools needed to serve, lead and succeed in their private and professional lives.

David Stoiano
Bible, High School Lead

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Falcon since 1998

Bible

The  Bible is at the center of our UFCA experience. It permeates every subject and provides the foundation for what we say and what we do. In our high school Bible classes we establish a biblical Christian worldview that can be defended in the context of other prominent worldviews. Courses  provide an overview of the content and themes of  the Old and New Testaments while emphasizing the historical accuracy of the Bible and its relevance for today’s teenager.

Allyson Rola
Director of Spiritual Life,

Habitudes

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Falcon since 2018

TyShaun Wynter

High School English

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Falcon Since 2020

English Language Arts

Communication is a gift to be explored and cultivated. Through the intentional study of grammar and composition and the critical analysis of various works of literature from across all genres and periods, our English courses equip graduates to use this gift well. We produce confident communicators who are ready to  articulate their faith and to impact their world with their words.

Sandra Lakatos
9th Grade English, AP Literature and Composition

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Falcon since 2019

Adrienne Addison
High School Math

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Falcon since 2018

Math

The  Math curriculum at UFCA seeks to glorify God for his created order. Our courses  develop thinking and reasoning skills by providing advanced knowledge of varied mathematical concepts including number systems, operations, equations, and functions. Students not only develop deductive reasoning skills and accuracy in computation; they journey with our instructors  as they bring mathematics to life.

Christy Penner
High School Math

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Falcon since 2019

Science

Science courses at UFCA serve to illuminate the scholar’s knowledge of the natural world and the laws which govern it. Students survey the elements and their interactions, identify and analyze the composition of matter, and  investigate living organisms while exploring relevant careers. Through STEM initiatives and cross-curricular experiences they  develop an appreciation for the design of God’s creation and their role in sustaining life on our planet.

John Smith

High School Science

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UNC – Charlotte

Falcon Since 2020

John Howell                                   

High School History, Biology

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Falcon since 2019

Social Studies

United Faith students are global citizens. Our Social Studies courses are designed to explore ancient through modern history in light of a biblical worldview. Students are challenged to analyze their personal role in history, government, economics, and geographical concerns relevant to their world with a strong emphasis being placed on citizenship and patriotism. 

National Honor Society

The purpose of the National Honor Society is to elevate students’ academics, leadership, and community engagement. 
 
The four values of the NHS, leadership, academics, character, and service, must be shown in a student application and teacher recommendation to the National Honor Society. 

Scholarship

National guidelines require you to be in grades 10-12 and maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.5.

Service

Part of your application will ask you to detail your experiences in service work,  These hours could be serving at church, organizing clothing or food drives, participating in clean up days on campus, or voluntarily tutoring younger students.

Leadership

Part of your application will ask you to detail your experiences in service work,  These hours could be serving at church, organizing clothing or food drives, participating in clean up days on campus, or voluntarily tutoring younger students.

Character

Finally, to gain membership to the NHS, you will need to prove that you’re cooperative, responsible, reliable and honest. You should have a clean disciplinary record and show respect and courtesy to those around you at UFCA.

Member Benefits