Back To School
We can hardly wait until we get a chance to gather with our students and families again. We are planning on opening school this fall with a few changes to prevent the spread of Covid-19, but we are planning on returning to a normal schedule.
Unlike most school programs, when students were sent home in March, Fellowship Academy was prepared for the at-home model. We have an organized plan for changes that the Covid epidemic might bring, and easy transitions in and out of school.
At home, students use Chromebooks to access Google Classroom, PlanBook, and Zoom. Because of the small class size, teachers can meet one-on-one with you and work on differentiation specific to your child. We want your child to succeed and will work with you toward that goal.
All of us at Fellowship Academy are counting the days until we can be together again.
WELCOME TO FELLOWSHIP ACADEMY
The immediate goal of Fellowship Academy is to provide a quality, cost effective, college-preparatory education accomplished in a way that gives parents more time for imparting the faith and values they hold precious. The ultimate goal is to produce competent men and women of character who make a positive difference for Christ in the next generation.
Reasons our parents love Fellowship Academy:
Small Class Size
-capped at 8 students per elementary class and 12 students per class in middle school.
Time with Family
-Each week, students spend 3 days in the classroom and 2 days learning at home.
-All our classroom teachers have a teaching certificate. They plan lessons for the classroom and for the home days.
-Our students learn about the love of Jesus and how to share that with the world.
-Parents work with their students 2 days per week at home with their lessons.
- Our students love the getting together on school days to see their friends.
Our schedule allows for families and school staff to work together to educate our students. Students attend school:
3 days per week on campus with certified teachers leading the instruction.
2 days each week, student receive instruction at home from parents covering the material planned by the classroom teacher.
This partnership allows parents to be actively involved in their children’s education with the comfort of a professional teacher outlining the scope and sequences of instruction.