Florida State Christian Academy’s PACE program provides personalized support for each student to customize their individual educational model. The program focuses on strategies to help students become self-advocates and guide them toward a higher sense of self-awareness. The PACE program encourages students to grow as Jesus did – in wisdom, stature, and favor with God and man (Luke 2:52).
Florida State Christian Academy places high importance on the practice of connecting with students and collaborating with parents. It is this strong partnership established with our families that allows us to meet the needs of diverse learners while building confidence, creating a love of learning, and teaching students to advocate for themselves.
The program moves students from, “I can’t learn” to “I can’t wait to learn.” PACE at FSCA provides unique educational opportunities including credit recovery for students that have gotten behind in school, as well as vocational training and certifications.
The ESE Hope Possibilities Program is for students with special needs, who just need assistance to learn. Each student receives an individual educational plan tailored to their own specific ways of learning and academic needs.
Our teachers use elements of the ABeka curriculum for Language, Phonics, Spelling, Math, Science and Social Studies. Several supplemental programs are also used, some of which include: Wilson Fundations for Language, Touchphonics and
Handwriting Without Tears.
At FSCA, the goal of the HOPE program is that every student is given the opportunity to work with their grade level peers, upon completion of set classroom requirements.
Florida State Christian Academy maintains a working relationship with student Therapists to ensure that each individual child reaches the goals set in their service plans.
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Wilson tiles give a hands on and a visual to spelling words. Sing, Spell, Read and Write for beginning learners is also used.
Touchphonics gives colorful tactile letters and blends for spelling. Math manipulatives, number charts and visual aids are used depending on students needs and grade level work.
Handwriting Without Tears is used for handwriting. The program allows each child to work at their own level and their own pace. HWT Keyboarding is introduced at second and/or third grade level.