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STUDENT LIFE


Student Life at First Baptist Academy is active, engaging, and purposeful. A variety of opportunities are offered in our Fine Arts, Chapel, Athletics, Library, and Technology departments.

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FINE ARTS

We have really enjoyed all of the different opportunities for growth in our Fine Arts Program. Our children have not only learned new skills, but have grown in their areas of interest. I love that they have had the opportunity to try new things like playing an instrument, singing in the school musical or using art to express God’s word. These types of learning experiences are invaluable. Kristin Hawkinson, Middle School Parent

CHAPEL

Chapel at FBA encourages our children to press into God and not be afraid to share their faith. It is so neat to watch teachers, faculty, staff and students come together to worship Jesus Christ. The Bible gives us two main commandments - to love God and to love our neighbors as ourselves - and weekly Chapel reinforces this purpose for each of their lives. First Baptist Academy is a special place and is a blessing to our family!Meredith Villere, Lower & Middle School Parent

ATHLETICS

FBA's Middle School Athletics Department focuses on developing a well-rounded student athlete. The school's state of the art facilities provide the students with unique experiences to train and excel in their sport(s). What I love most of all about our athletic program is that character and integrity are valued and celebrated over any win/loss record. I have been so proud of our coaches and the Christ-centered example they are to our students.Dana Wilburn, Middle School Parent

DIGITAL CITIZENSHIP

Teaching Digital Citizenship in school helps teachers, students, and parents understand how to use technology and the Internet safely, respectfully, and responsibly. With the prevalence of technology in our students’ lives today, they need to know that they have responsibilities to themselves, their friends and family, and even the online community at large to create, communicate, and collaborate in ways that respect and protect. As we teach them to be good digital citizens, we are teaching them to evaluate how these digital tools help achieve those goals.