Character Development Program
“Set your minds on things above, not on earthly things.” Colossians 3:2
Foundation Preparatory Academy strives to integrate age-appropriate character instruction into the Academic and Student Activities programs.
Foundation Preparatory Academy makes no attempt to replace or displace parents as the primary providers of character training for their sons and daughters. The faculty and staff do, however, make every effort to reinforce and enhance what the parents are on record as teaching in the home, beginning with matters of Christian faith and practice.
The Character Development Program includes a mission component. Students have participated in collecting canned goods for the Food Bank, made blankets for the Pregnancy Help Center, collected and packed shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child, and assisted True to Life Ministries.
Chapel is held once per month and attendance is expected of all students and FPA Faculty. This time is a special opportunity to hear God’s Word from local pastors of various denominations, worship as a school family, and learn more about biblical character traits, salvation and serving others.
Students who attend Math Lab are given time to practice math facts and computation as well as time to work on math homework with an FPA teacher.