First Baptist Christian Academy

  • First Baptist Christian Academy
Training Children God's Way for Tomorrow & Eternity
1000 Elm Tree Road Troy, MO 63379
Work Phone: 636-528-5967
Fax: 6365288766
Church Partner: Troy First Baptist
About Us

Our Mission Statement

The mission of First Baptist Christian Academy is to emphasize a Christ-centered philosophy of excellence in providing students both an academic and spiritual education.  This academy exists to provide a learning experience aimed at developing the student’s maximum spiritual, intellectual, social, physical and emotional potential, empowering them to impact the world for the glory of God.

Our Philosophy of Christian Education

Functioning as an extension of the home, First Baptist Christian Academy supports parents who seek to obey the Biblical instruction which gives them ultimate responsibility for the education of their children (Deuteronomy 6:6-8).  First Baptist Christian Academy promotes itself as a family ministry intent on meeting the educational needs of the student as well as assisting the parents in developing their child spiritually, intellectually, emotionally, physically, and socially. 
At FBCA our mission is twofold.  First, we want to assist our parents in grounding our children in God’s Word.  We care about the spiritual fervor of our student body and seek to exalt Christ in every aspect of the educational process.  It is the spiritual goal of the school, furthermore, that our students desire to conform to our Lord’s image and purpose in their hearts to live for Him the rest of their lives.
Secondly, we want to give our children an excellent education.  Our educational approach is fundamental and strong.  We teach with a strong curriculum to provide for our students a quality educational program.  Our goal is that our students will be well trained academically and yielded to the Lordship of Christ so that they will be useful tools in His hand now and in the future.
These two primary goals, then, have a direct influence on the teachers and staff FBCA employs and on the curriculum selected for the classroom.  Regarding our staff, we believe that whoever shapes a young person’s mind cannot avoid being a role model in a total sense.  One cannot teach from a neutral perspective or world view.  Whatever teachers believe and stand for will show in their teaching and will influence their students.  This is one reason why a Christian education from Christian teachers is so essential for our students.  At FBCA we are convinced that the influence of teachers as Christian role models is essential in the educational experience of our children.  All of our teachers profess to be born-again Christians committed to the local church and are equipped with personal and professional qualifications necessary for teaching excellence.  FBCA teachers have a heart for the Christian school ministry and demonstrate genuine concern for the emotional and spiritual well-being of the children.  With a love for the Lord and for children, the teachers at FBCA have a tremendous impact on not only the students’ studies, but also on their attitudes toward all aspects of life.
Regarding curriculum, FBCA believes that the Christian approach to learning differs significantly from the secular viewpoint.  First Baptist Christian Academy, therefore, offers a curriculum rooted in a God-centered view of life.  This view holds that God’s truth is the standard for all truth.  The curriculum, taught by a Christian faculty, provides the student with academic instruction consistent with the Christ-centered teaching received at home and church.  FBCA combines the traditional classroom teaching environment with a sound, Biblically based curriculum.  Since we believe that God is the source of all wisdom and that He has revealed Himself specifically in the Bible, God’s Word is the basis of all our studies and should be correlated with all experiences that the child has under the program of the school.  Thus, all student and teacher materials are examined by our faculty and approved by the school administration with the intent of providing a quality and comprehensive Christian education. Christian educational publishers are used as the primary resource for the school’s curriculum.  At this time, FBCA primarily uses the curriculum published by Bob Jones University Press.

Our School Vision and Expected Learning Outcomes
Graduates of First Baptist Christian Academy of Troy, Missouri will be able to demonstrate (or will have experienced) the following five criteria which comprises the STARS philosophy.
FBCA students are:

Seeking to know God (2 Peter 3:18)—Each student will be encouraged to know the one true God and to love Him with all one’s heart, soul, and mind; to experience a personal relationship with Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior; and to live Spirit-led lives.
Training in godliness (1 Timothy 4:12)—Each student will have multiple opportunities to develop strong faith and godly character through the personal disciplines of prayer, Bible study, scripture memory, worship, character development, health and wellness, and personal obedience to God and to God’s agents of authority (parents, teachers, church leaders, government).
Achieving academic excellence (2 Timothy 2:15)-- 

  • Each student will acquire a basic core of knowledge in mathematics, communication arts, social sciences, natural sciences, computer-literacy skills, salvation and biblical theology, and fine arts foundational to academic success in high school and in being life-long learners.
  • Each student will be able to think, solve problems, communicate, plan, prioritize, and creatively express oneself. 
  • Each student will participate in positive, challenging classrooms where educators utilize a wide variety of effective teaching and assessment methods.

Relating to others in love (John 13:34-35)--The student will build skills in gaining a proper view of God, others, and self and in being peace makers knowing effective skills to resolve conflict.
Serving others as Christ served (Philippians 2:5-7)--The student will have multiple opportunities to serve others in school, community, and mission endeavors with a wholehearted and sacrificial attitude and redemptive purpose.

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Name Email Phone
Ellen Spires 636-528-5967
Karen J Ryan School Administrator 636-528-5967

Additional Details
Business Contact: Karen J. Ryan
Title: School Administrator

Hours of Operation

School year calendar, 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM

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