Middle School

The academic programs of Central Fellowship Christian Academy are based upon the belief that a Bible-based, Christ-centered education is the very best education that parents can provide for their children. Therefore, the academic programs have been developed to provide high quality academic instruction in an environment where prayer, Bible study and Christian textbooks are the norm.

Curriculum

The curriculum for high school students consists of a combination of Christian publishers. The curriculum is revised annually by the faculty and administration to ensure the best possible curriculum for our students .

6th Grade
Fundamentals of Math *
Life Science
American History
Language Arts
Bible
Physical Education
Elective (Rotation)

7th Grade
Pre-Algebra *
Life and Environmental Science
World Geography
English
Bible
Physical Education
Elective (Rotation)

8th Grade
Pre-Algebra or Algebra I *
Earth and Physical Science
Georgia History
English
Bible
Physical Education
Elective Rotation (Rotation)

Elective Rotation for 6th-8th grade:
Drama, Computer, Art, Spanish, Math Skills, Study
Skills. Band & Chorus

 

Grading and Report Cards

Grades are reported to parents at the end of each nine weeks. Progress reports will be posted on Info Direct and an email will be sent to notify parents. Parents are encouraged to enroll in Info Direct to monitor daily assignments and grades.


The grading system is as follows:  A = 90 – 100 B = 80 – 89 C = 70 – 79 F = 69 and below

Math Track

Math track determined by achievement test scores, math grades and by recommendation of current Math teacher. All students are required to take Math each year. Students on the advanced track in Math must maintain a “B” average to remain in this track. Seniors are not allowed to drop a class or change courses after the second week of the school year.

Junior National Honor Society

Students in grades 6-12 who have attended CFCA for one semester may be eligible for the National Honor Society. The following criteria must be met:
1. Student must maintain a 3.5 cumulative average or above in every subject for the grading period prior to nomination.
2. Student will be evaluated on the basis of service, leadership, character, citizenship and spiritual qualities.