Jr. High and High School

7th - 12th Grade

We know you want more just than a diploma for your teen. They want more than that, too. High school is an opportunity to…

  • Develop close friends to walk with through highs and lows,
  • Gain leadership skills to carry into family, career, or ministry,
  • Cultivate spiritual depth to keep them rooted in faith, and
  • Grow in knowledge that will serve them wherever God leads. 

By God’s grace and through the investment of our caring faculty and staff, this is what your student can experience at FCS.

How FCS High Schoolers Prepare for the Future

In art classes, students experiment with diverse tools and methods such as paint, pastels, chalk, and pencils. Some have even earned recognition in prestigious competitions such as the State Fair, ACSI Art Festival, and Arabian Horse Show exhibits. 

Music classes allow students to cultivate their talents through instruction in instruments like guitars and handbells, and participation in our Worship team. This team not only leads chapel sessions weekly, but also prepares students to serve through music in their home churches, in college, or wherever God leads them.

Students hone their performance skills through reader’s theater, puppetry, monologues, improvisations, and one-act plays. Twice a year, students are also given the opportunity to participate in full-scale drama and musical productions such as Mary Poppins Jr., Anne of Green Gables, The Fiddler on the Roof Jr., Meet Me in St. Louis, The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe, and more! These diverse experiences foster artistic growth and deepen students’ understanding of storytelling and expression.

FCS graduates don’t just leave with a diploma—they walk away with a rich education that equips them for college and career success. Our alumni have gone on to thrive at universities across Arizona and beyond. Many have secured academic scholarships, with some even earning full tuition coverage. 

Our students consistently perform well on standardized tests and college entrance exams. Some have become National Merit finalists and Flinn Scholar award winners.

We want students to be good stewards of their bodies. To encourage healthy habits and an appreciation for physical fitness, all students participate in PE classes.

We also offer a sports program to help students develop their physical skills, exemplify Christian values, and cultivate Godly character.

Spiritual growth is Faith Christian’s heartbeat. We offer rigorous, college-level Bible classes and intensive Biblical training to challenge and enrich each student’s understanding of Scripture and relationship with Christ. Intentional discipleship, worship, service projects, and leadership roles allow high schoolers to exercise their faith and demonstrate Christ’s love to their classmates and community. 

Teachers mindfully weave a Biblical worldview into the classroom and extracurricular activities, ensuring that students can see and interpret the world through the lens of their faith.

Each academic year kicks off with a memorable retreat. 9th—12th graders travel to Northern Arizona, while our 7th and 8th graders enjoy a one-day getaway. These retreats provide opportunities for students to build friendships, engage in corporate worship, and simply enjoy one another’s company. 

Students finish the school year strong with an exciting trip to somewhere new, where they can experience different cultures, foods, and activities with their friends. Past trips have included Washington, D.C., northern and southern Arizona, and California.

The Student Leadership Council guides our student body, a group entrusted with cultivating leadership skills among its peers. From organizing festive events like Christmas parties and formal gatherings to orchestrating fall and spring activities, the SLC fosters positive social interaction and community spirit. They also embody our school’s commitment to service and leadership by spearheading various service projects throughout the year.

Faculty

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Emily Stern

Art, Handbells

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Janice Stenglein

Assistant JH/HS Principal, History

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Jorgen Gregg

English, History, Music

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Rafael Vallejo

Spanish

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Physical Address

6659 E University Dr
Mesa, AZ 85205

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Mailing Address

PO Box 9086
Mesa, AZ 85214-9086

Email

admissions@faith-christian.org

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