Applications are accepted through June 1 for Semester 1 enrollment and if there are openings available for Semester 2, applications will be accepted from November 1 through November 10.
After November 10, enrollment will only be considered for the next school year.
The timeline to process international student applications is determined by the time it takes for Fremont Christian School to receive all required documentation (recommendations, transcripts, test scores, etc.).
Once an application file is complete, an interview will be scheduled at the earliest convenience for the family and FCS campus principal.
After the interview, the family will be contacted with a decision letter.
For further information please email us at [email protected] include your name, complete address and any questions.
Using the CCSS as a baseline does not mean FCS is forced to use one textbook we haven’t chosen nor take tests that are unproven or unreliable.We can place students in kindergarten if they are ready even if their birthday is beyond the cut-off date and we can place students in Algebra when they are ready even if a public system says that isn’t possible. We have been making changes in our curriculum since 2010 to increase student engagement while increasing content knowledge and the development of skills which students will carry with them not only into each succeeding grade level and college, but also into personal and professional life.This is what we mean when we use the term 21st Century Skills.We also know that curriculum is not a textbook although well-researched, thoughtfully designed textbooks are a great resource for teachers.Teachers develop curriculum by using textbooks, original documents, magazines, media, non-fiction, fiction, all available resources, strategies, and design skills to create an engaging, challenging environment for every student.What a teacher prepares, presents and assesses is curriculum.There is freedom for a professional teacher within a professional learning community to investigate research-based methods and materials, innovate, and best serve their students.In fact, our expectation at FCS of ourselves is that every teacher and administrator is him/herself a critical thinker, communicator, collaborator and creator in the school environment.We are committed to having a standard because that provides for accountability but we are equally committed to always nudging students to the next level, going beyond state or national expectations in grade level content standards.Our students are learning, practicing, and applying the skills of critical thinking, collaboration, communication, and creativity in reading, science, math, history, writing, arts, biblical study, and more while also wrestling with worldview which is foundational to becoming a self-reflective member of society.Instructional practice is the most important part of any curriculum.