"Your word is a map to my feet and a light to my path." -Psalm 119:105
Families choose Faith Bible Christian School for as many reasons as you can imagine, and once here, you become part of the Faith Bible Family.
"We joined FBHS because we were looking for a five day a week Christian school that taught from a biblical worldview and also had sports. We like being at FBHS because we are part of a Christian community that really feels like family… we love and care for one another and pray for each other." -Jennifer Goodloe, parent of two Faith Bible students
"I’ve never seen another school like Faith Bible. I want my children to see the world the way Jesus does, and use His life as an example for their own. I’ve seen my kids grow in their faith, learn compassion and generosity, and the value of servant leadership. They have experienced all of this while being well prepared for college and life after high school. I’m so grateful for Faith Bible and all the people who are a part of it." -James Dutro, parent of three Faith Bible students
"Our experience with Faith Bible High School has been amazing. The faculty, staff, and administrators all work very hard together, to make sure they are meeting the individual needs of each and every student. The class sizes are small, and the teachers really care about their students. Our son has never been happier, and has excelled on so many levels. Faith Bible also has an excellent selection of elective classes, and after school sports and clubs that help students find and build on their own individual talents. One of our favorite things about this school is their dedication to implementing a solid Christian based education to all. Our son truly looks forward to the weekly Chapel session, which is filled with prayer, music, guest speakers and faith based games. Our son has attended Faith Bible High School for two years now, and has made numerous friends who are all respectful students full of talent and eagerness to perform. We absolutely love Faith Bible!" -Nancy St. Pierre, mother of a high school junior