Academics and Requirements
Explanation of ProgramFaith 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. The students may receive tutorial or small group instruction. All instructors at Faith Academy are qualified and approved for their subject of instruction. The number of courses a student may take strictly follows the guidelines of the Georgia Board of Education. Diplomas from Faith Academy are accepted at colleges and technical schools.
Each week the student will receive weekly assignments. The student will come into the campus once a week to submit their completed assignments. Every six weeks the student will take proctored exams on campus. Students are required to attend and complete science labs at the school. The student must complete weekly assignments, weekly discussion boards if applicable, six-week tests, and final exams to receive credit for the semester. If a student wants to transfer back to public school, they might be required by the public school to take an entrance exam.
Please Note - Students wishing to enter the military should consult with a recruiter in the desired branch of service to determine high school requirements for the specific branch of service.
Qualifications for EnrollmentFaith Academy is a high school with grades 9 - 12. Students entering under the age of 18 must have their parent's permission. Students must bring a transcript from the last school they attended and a copy of their immunization record.
Graduation RequirementsAll students graduating 2015 or later will need 23 units.
English - 4 Units
Math - 4 Units
Science - 4 Units
Social Studies - 3 Units
Health/PE - 1 Units
Computer/Fine Arts - 2 Units
Foreign Language - 2 Units
Electives - 4 Units
Faith Academy will award credit from transferring students upon the evaluation of the student's transcripts for course equivalency and/or a proficiency test and/or actual classroom performance to determine mastered skills. Equivalency credit shown on transcript.