In all that we do character development is incorporated, but we also realize that adequately developing
students requires an investment from the family and the church as well. When each side of this triangle
(Family, Church, School) are operating in the way in which they should, the most ideal environment
is created for students to grow. That is why our triangle model is at the center of all that we do.
Family- We desire to help build strong families that know and love truth. Our goal is to come alongside families by building bridges to connect the home and the school, redefining the traditional idea of parental involvement, which excludes parents from their child's education. We understand that, although the school does influence the students, it is the parents that should hold the greatest influence in their lives. Therefore, instead of separating the home and school it is our desire to reinstate the role of the parents in the school and the overall upbringing of their children.
Church- It is essential that the student and their family be faithfully committed to a local church and actively involved. It is also important that the church supports the mission of First Baptist Accelerated Academy and understands the value of a distinctively Christian education, providing a unified and consistent message, pushing them to Godly living. Simply put, a student cannot become all that God has created them to be if they are not receiving and applying biblical teaching and serving in the local church.
School- Realizing that God has created every child uniquely, FBAA is a non-traditional, highly selective school that promotes individualized education, so that each student can be viewed as their own person. By using an exhaustive and challenging computer-based curriculum, coupled with enhanced learning courses, such as music theory and production, art, science labs, P.E., Latin, Greek, and Logic, students receive a well-rounded, thorough education that prepares them to meet the challenges of life far beyond the classroom.