Fequently Asked Questions:
1: How many students attend Faustina Academy?
Our current enrollment is 110 students. This includes 45 7th through 12th grade students and 65 PreK (3) through 6th grade students. This amount of students allows teachers at Faustina to focus on the individual student’s needs. Faustina prides itself on listening to each student and molding each student to be a man or woman of God.
2: Is Faustina Academy accredited?
As of May 2012, Faustina Academy has received accreditation from NAPCIS, and independent accrediting agency for private independent Catholic schools.
3: Since Faustina Academy is not accredited, will my child’s chances of getting into a good college be impaired?
We have contacted a variety of colleges and universities across the country (West Point, Harvard, Rice University, A&M, etc.) and each confirmed that students from non-accredited schools are considered for admission.
4: Does Faustina Academy offer AP courses?
Yes! Depending on the needs and desires of the Junior and Senior class, Faustina offers several AP Courses. Currently, AP U.S. History, AP Physics, and AP Calculus are offered.
5: Since you are a new school, and do not have a competitive sports program yet, what kind of activities can the students participate in?
We offer Drama and Choir. We have a Pro-Life club led by students who are elected by its members. We also have an active Student Council who learn invaluable leadership skills. We also have Basketball and Volleyball.
6: Will the students learn basic computer skills?
Yes, we have a great computer lab with Internet access.
7: Why should we choose Faustina Academy when there are so many other choices in the area?
Please refer to the Why Us? page. We offer small classes, individual attention, spiritual/character formation, challenging academics, disciplined atmosphere, and a moral Christ-centered environment geared toward building leaders and soldiers for Christ.