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About FCA

Franklin Christian Academy provides a Christian world-view curriculum and servant leadership training. We partner with families to pursue rigorous college-bound academics within a caring community, experienced through vital, committed relationships among faculty, students, and parents. We honor Jesus Christ by integrating Christian discipleship into an academic setting that includes fine arts, athletics, and global missions.


Franklin Christian Academy stands on three pillars: Challenging Academics, Life-Giving Community, and Transforming Discipleship.


Challenging Academics:

Franklin Christian Academy is the only accredited Christian middle school and high school in Franklin, TN. In 2009 we were awarded accreditation by SACS (Southern Association of Colleges and Schools). In 2015 we passed our renewal of accreditation with flying colors. We work hard to maintain a challenging academic environment where we aid our students in reaching their full potential.


Life-Giving Community

Franklin Christian Academy is not only a school but a community. We teach the students to not only be the best they can personally be but that they are part of something bigger. They are part of the body of Christ.Through co-curricular activities such as athletic events, fine-arts, spiritual life retreats and back to school camps, we encourage the students to create strong relationships built on love and service in and outside of the FCA community.


Transforming Discipleship

The faculty and students of FCA lead by example, service, and deep relationships. FCA strives to freely give the God-given gifts that we have received. We do this not only through every subject taught but also through student leadership council and mentoring programs.


Please take the time to visit our AcademicAthletics, and Fine Arts pages so you can learn more about FCA. If you have any questions about our school, please feel free to call us. 


School Verse:

“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares 

the LORD, “Plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.”


 –Jeremiah 29:11

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