Faith Academy

  • Education that fits your needs for today

    Faith Academy is accredited by the Georgia Accrediting Commission. Faith Academy is a school with a non-traditional approach to education. We have a "non-traditional" design for instruction. Our method of instruction involves a highly disciplinary approach and assists the student's ability to work independently. Faith Academy provides an alternative method for students to earn an Accredited High School Diploma.
  • S.E.R.V.E-- Support, Encourage, Recognize, Value, Equip

    The purpose of Faith Academy is to prepare students for spiritual and academic success through Christ centered education. At Faith Academy we SUPPORT each student's ability to achieve academically, ENCOURAGE each student to have a personal relationship with Christ, RECOGNIZE that each student has the potential to learn, VALUE each student as a unique creation of God, and EQUIP each student for life and further education.
  • Faith Academy History

    Faith Academy was founded in 1987 by Jacquelyn Griggs to serve high school students. In her extensive years of experience as an educator, Mrs. Griggs recognized the need for education opportunities outside of the traditional school setting. Her desire is for students to not only succeed academically but also spiritually.
  • Faith Academy Provides

    Faith Academy provides students with a positive academic environment and flexible schedules to accommodate extracurricular interests. At Faith Academy, traditional school challenges no longer prevent students from being successful. Faith Academy exists to help students see success in high school allowing them to continue into post secondary education. The mission continues, as Mrs. Griggs desired in 1987, to guide students into obtaining a high school diploma through quality education using non-traditional instruction.

    Faith Academy is fully accredited by the Georgia Accrediting Commission. Faith Academy provides students with the opportunity to work independently to earn a high school diploma. Students are able to receive assignments weekly and complete course work outside the class room.

    Students interact with faculty and staff face to face while maintaining scheduling flexibility. Faith Academy faculty members are available at each campus to assist students in areas where additional help may be needed. Faculty members are qualified and approved for their area of instruction.

    Faith Academy’s students are widely diverse from all walks of life; Faith Academy is able to provide each one with an educational option that meets his or her needs.


  • Phone (770) 271-1977
    Fax (770) 271-7557

  • Phone (770) 929-9509
    Fax (770) 929-9510

  • Phone (770) 466-7872
    Fax (770) 554-0123

  • Phone (678) 289-3330
    Fax (678) 289-3331

  • Phone 1-(877) 316-6925
    toll free

About Us

Frequently Asked Questions
  • Is Faith Academy Accredited?
    Yes, we are accredited by
    Georgia Accrediting Commission (GAC)
  • Are Faith Academy graduates eligible for the HOPE scholarship?
    Yes, All Faith Academy Graduates are eligible for the Hope Scholarship if they meet the requirements set forth by HOPE.
  • How does the program work?
    A student at Faith Academy will receive weekly assignments. The student will come into the campus once a week to submit their completed assignments. There are midterms about every six weeks that must be taken at the school campus. There is also a final exam at the end of the semester for each course taken. The finals must be taken on the school campus. The student is required to attend a science lab on campus for each science course.
  • How can parents/students keep track of their progress?
    Parents and students can keep track of their progress with our weekly emailed progress reports.
  • How are the semesters divided up?
    Faith Academy is on a semester system. There is a Fall and a Spring semester. Each semester consists of approximately 19 weeks. A student may take up to eight courses to earn up to 4 units of credits for each semester. A student may not earn more than four credits in any semester. Faith Academy also offers a six-week summer school program. A student may take up to four courses and earn up to two credits during a summer semester.
  • What documents do I need to bring to enroll as a full time Faith Academy student?
    For Grades 9 - 12
    1. Withdrawal form from previous high school
    2. Official transcript
    3. Immunization record

    Note: Parent or Legal Guardian must be present at the time of registration if the student is under the age 18.
  • What documents do I need to bring to enroll as an Accelerated and/or Summer School student?
    For Grades 9 - 12
    Counselor Recommendation Form or Transcript

    Note: Parent or Legal Guardian must be present at the time of registration if the student is under the age 18.