One school - four campuses

Friends Christian School operates as one school with four distinct campuses:

FC Preschool Campus

Friends Christian Preschool

Sandy Pierce, Director
Lakeview Campus
Ages 2-Junior Kindergarten
Little Friends Preschool Campus

Little Friends Preschool

Sandy Pierce, Director
Rose Drive Campus
Ages 2-Junior Kindergarten

Friends Christian Elementary

Becki Crandall, Principal
Lakeview Campus
Kindergarten-4th Grade

Friends Christian Middle School

Joy Swift, Principal
Rose Drive Campus
5th Grade-8th Grade

What makes FCS one school?

  • We share a commitment to our mission—each of our campuses develops, nurtures and equips students to impact their world for Jesus Christ spiritually, academically, physically, artistically, and socially in age appropriate ways.
  • We coordinate curriculum and experiences so that each year builds upon the one before and prepares students for the next level between grades and between campuses.

Friends Christian School is a place where students learn and grow in an environment that is centered on Jesus
Christ. Here are a few key facts:

  • All teachers (K–8) have state teaching credentials and Association of Christian Schools International
  • Friends Christian School offers an outstanding academic program with a focus on science, technology and math (STEM). Students score well above average in every academic subject area on standardized tests.
  • Visual and performing arts instruction begins in preschool and culminates in advanced art, band, choir, Praise Band, and acclaimed musical drama productions in middle school.
  • FCS has the most comprehensive and competitive middle school athletic program in the region, with nine different sports offered.

Non-Discriminatory Policy—Friends Christian School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school.It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admission policy, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.