FCA welcomes 9th – 12th-grade high school students from all over the world. Many of our parents are host families and enjoy the experience of learning about new cultures and getting to know students from different countries. Applications can be downloaded by clicking the application button below or contacting Phyllis Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org. Completed applications can be emailed to the same address or faxed to 910-485-7757. These steps do not apply to those who are coming through an organization to attend school in the US.
Applications should be emailed or scanned to Phyllis Williams.
Non-refundable $400 application fee (per student) must accompany the completed application. (Application fee may be paid by phone 910-485-7777). You will need to request records from your current school translated into English for two previous years and the current year they are attending. These records also need to include any discipline or attendance records.
- Be able to work independently in an English academic setting – minimum TOEFL score of 65, TOEFL Junior score of 3-5, or a 3 or higher on an ELTiS English Proficiency Test.
- Pay all international student fees
- Promise to abstain on and off campus from any drugs, alcohol, cigarettes or immoral behaviors while enrolled at Freedom
To register for the upcoming school year, please contact the Admissions Office.
International Student – Immediately after acceptance, the family will be asked to complete any additional forms. The resource fee of $3,675 will also be collected and can be paid in person or by phone with a credit card once you complete the additional forms. The I-20 will be issued after payment of the resource fee. The student is not officially enrolled at Freedom Christian Academy until the enrollment process is completed. Payment of the full tuition must be made prior to starting school.
Freedom Christian Academy does not discriminate against any person based on sex, race, age, color, or national origin to all rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally made available to students of the school. Neither does FCA discriminate in the administration of its educational programs.