Small classes and individualized instruction: our average class size is 15.
In 2016/2017, we extended our lunch break to provide extra help time for students at the end of the lunch break. Teachers are available to meet with students during this time for individualized help according to the student’s needs. Often it is voluntary, but teachers also may require the session if they feel students need it.
Every student is assigned an advisory teacher. The advisors serve an important role…student advocate and facilitator.
FFCS teachers engage in ongoing professional development to keep them abreast of the latest developments in the field of academics and teaching.
Our teachers are certified by the state of Washington and ACSI accredited, or are leaders in their chosen field.
A high percentage of FFCS graduates go on to college and qualify for scholarships.