SERVING FAMILIES. BUILDING LEADERS. EDUCATING MINDS.
North Fork Christian Academy
We love the families of the North Fork Valley, and we want to help you in the education journey. This is why on September 16, 2018, we established the school board for North Fork Christian Academy. It is not just another option of learning, it is a Christian option of learning.
Facts are great, but facts alone do not build men and women who have the character to lead and effect change. We desire to develop students with biblical morals, so that they graduate ready to lead and to fulfill their Divine calling.
Albert Einstein said, "If you cannot explain it simply, you do not understand it well enough." It is our goal at NFCA to mold young minds in a way that equips them to know each subject, so that they can explain it simply and apply it fully.
Instituted in September 2018, as a ministry of First Baptist Church of Hotchkiss (FBCH), North Fork Christian Academy (NFCA) exists for the purpose of serving families, educating minds, and building leaders for the glory of God. It is the goal of the Academy to teach biblical character, to provide high academic excellence, and to help students exemplify godly living in the broader social community. NFCA believes that the fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge (Proverbs 1:7), and that Jesus and the Bible must be the center of every part of life, including education. With mission and faith in mind, NFCA employs traditional teaching methods using quality Christian, Bible-centered video curriculum (Abeka Book) monitored and aided by a well-qualified, caring teacher.
all areas of our students’ lives: spiritual, social, mental, and physical.
our students with a heart for God, their families, and their country.
in our students a desire to achieve their full potential.
our students with excellent, Bible-centered academics.
our students with the gospel of Jesus Christ.
"Generally, our students are in the eightieth & ninetieth percentiles, when compared to national averages."
“Before Abeka, Caden hated to read and struggled with it badly. We are now on lesson 76 today, and he is finishing timed readings before the time is even up. He also loves the stories. Abeka's program has taken a child that hated to read to a child who, a couple of months later, cannot put books down. At the end of 5th grade, I got a phone call from an occupational therapist telling me that his handwriting was not legible, that it had never improved, and how she was discontinuing services with him, and he would be assigned a laptop computer in place of writing. As you can see in his work, just look at his handwriting now! I knew my son was capable, I knew he could do it. Thanks to Abeka, this is where we are now. “