Welcome to the Family

We’re so glad you are here!

Welcome to the FCS “Eagle” family.  We are so excited your family has chosen to join ours! We have organized this information in order to help answer your questions to begin the new school year with a smooth transition.


GETTING STARTED

Here are a few things that will help prepare you for the first day of school.

The 2020-2021 uniform/dress code is currently being updated. It will be posted here and on Eagle Links. Uniform dress is for grades K5-12th. Pre-K3/4 are not required to wear uniform but are to be modest and in close toed shoes for safety.

Tuition payments are due the 1st day of the month (August-May).  They may be paid at either school office or you can submit an auto draft form. For information you may contact Jennifer in the Business Office at (843)661-4312.

There are three main carlines:grades K-2; 3rd-6th, 7th-12th. Instructions will be shared in the coming weeks!

Students K5-12th grade have the option to order lunch through their homeroom teacher or they may bring lunch.  The school offers a set menu of main and side items.  Lunch accounts may be set up for your child.  Pre-K3/4 students staying in after care are provided a meal and served in a private section of the dining hall.

Supplies
Basic school supplies for all preschool through 12th grade students. Click here! All students will need to bring their own backpack. KJV Bibles are also needed for K5-12th grade. Middle and High School students will receive from teachers any specific items needed in the class within the first week.

Textbook and Activity Books
Textbooks and activity books for grades PreK-6th grade students will be available in the classrooms on the first day of school . Middle and High School students will pick up their textbooks at Orientation from their homeroom teacher.

E-Books
E-books are available for 7th-12th grade students. The books are pre-ordered through the school office. Contact Regina at 661-4310 for information.
 

 

Locker assignments are provided at orientation.  Grades 4th-8th will receive assignments from their homeroom teachers. Grades 9th-12th will find the assignment on their class schedule.

We strongly encourage that our students in all grades continue to read throughout the summer months! Click here to learn about the Scholastic “Read-A-Palooza” summer reading challenge for 1st-6th grade students. Reading offers so much opportunity to learn, imagine, and go on journeys right from home!

Be sure to attend the school-wide “Back-2-School Event.” This event includes time to meet teachers and visit the information booths. More details will be coming as we plan for the new school year!