Forming Christlike, lifelong learners through a dynamic, relevant education, especially for the children of missionaries
Penny Lane Street, Valley Golf Subdivision San Juan, Cainta, Rizal 1900 Philippines +63 2-8651-7100 | [email protected]
Faith Academy students come from all sorts of backgrounds. While it’s not possible to eliminate tuition altogether, we never want to turn away students solely based on finances.
Faith Academy is committed to forming Christlike lifelong learners through a dynamic, relevant education, especially for the children of missionaries. So much so that our staff are missionaries themselves.
In difficult times, support raising can become almost impossible. Faith Academy supports its staff by standing in the gap when possible. You can be part of our team by helping to bridge that gap.
Designate your gift to “area of greatest need” and Faith Academy will put it toward the area most critical.
Currently, we will only receive fund transfers via bank. Transactions over GCash and other digital / mobile wallets are not yet authorized.
Faith Academy appreciates parent volunteers for various positions on campus. We invite you to serve along with us when you are available. Whether as a coach, classroom assistant, playground duty, substitute teacher or helping in the library . . . we have these and other opportunities to serve on an informal (non-contract) basis. Our hope is that your gift of time and service will make a positive impact on our students.
If you know of another person who is already serving in the Philippines, but is not already a parent of a Faith student who might like to serve, please share this application with them.
For the safety of our students, we ask that you register any driver who is not the child’s parent or legal guardian. Drivers who are not registered may be prohibited from entering campus. Thank you.
Each high school student and staff member, is placed in one of four houses for the duration of their time at Faith Academy. The four houses are named using Greek Biblical terms. They are Kaio, Anastasis, Machaira, and Tharseo. The house system provides a vertically oriented infrastructure that intentionally allows for mentoring and friendship building across different grade levels, leadership opportunities for students, and more deliberate pastoral care in our high school community.
Kaio (Fire – Burn & give light, John 5:35)
Anastasis (Phoenix – Resurrection, John 11:25)
Machaira (Sword – Sword of the Spirit, Eph 6:17)
Tharseo (Wolf – Bold & courageous, Heb 13:6)