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FBA Student Life

Our commitment to developing the whole child goes beyond academics in the classroom. First Baptist Academy students are involved in diverse extracurricular activities. 

Students have the opportunity to participate in an array of programs, community service initiatives, and special interest clubs. We encourage our students to play a role in something greater than themselves and to discover a sense of confidence in their abilities through our vibrant involvement and leadership initiatives. 


First Baptist Academy students share a weekly chapel experience. This is designed to engage students and staff in meaningful ways that foster spiritual growth. Attendance at chapel is a requirement for all First Baptist Academy students. Chapel provides one of the few opportunities for students to participate in worship, to hear a motivational speaker, or to watch a drama. 

Field Trips and Missions

Field Trips

Field trips are considered an important part of the educational program at First Baptist Academy. All trips are carefully planned to give the students educationally enriching experiences that are not available in the confines of the classroom. 


Community engagement is at the heart of our mission at FBA. Students will have the opportunity to actively participate in various service projects, outreach initiatives, and collaborative efforts that extend a helping hand to those in need. We believe in empowering our students to become compassionate leaders who engage with the world around them, reflecting the teaching of Christ in all they do. 


STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, and Mathematics) is incorporated through each student's curriculum and academic life at FBA. For more information, click here


The Evening at the Arts is a one-of-a-kind presentation that occurs in the spring. It could include a visual arts show and/or music in which students may participate. This show will highlight student growth in the arts. 


First Baptist Academy believes family involvement in children's educational experiences is important. Grandparents Day was organized to honor the significant role that grandparents play in the lives of children and to give them a peek at their grandchildren's school lives. Grandparents Day includes a reception, classroom visits, and a special presentation from each grade level.


This is held on the first Thursday in May. The Headmaster will provide a program of special observance on this day to include students, faculty, and parent participation. 

More events to come as we grow!