Spiritual Life

At Florida Christian School, although we highly value academic growth by our students, we understand that even the most well-intentioned goals and achievements are meaningless unless the Gospel of Jesus Christ is the guiding priority. We exist to carry out the Great Commission (Matthew 28:19-20) in the lives of our students and families by winning the lost to Christ and equipping our students with the knowledge and skills necessary to be able to grow and make an impact in the world for Jesus. By engaging students through biblical curriculum, weekly chapel sessions, service opportunities, retreats, and other events, we help them understand that a belief in God is not just compartmentalized into a small corner of their lives, but rather, it encompasses every aspect of the human experience. Florida Christian aims to partner alongside families, churches, and local ministries to help nurture and mentor young men and women so that they may shine a bright light for Jesus in a culture that so desperately needs Him.

“Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it.” – Proverbs 22:6

Mission Statement

Our mission at Florida Christian School is to develop well-rounded students through excellent academics and extracurricular activities, while seeking to win the lost to Christ and equip Christians with the skills and knowledge to change the world for Christ.

Meet our Staff

MS and HS Chaplain

Alberto “Tito” Hernandez, BA
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Guidance Counselor

Monica Mesa, BS, MS
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PreK - 5th Chaplain

Julie Caldwell, AA
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Christ Centered Education

Our students develop faith in Jesus Christ through academics, extracurricular activities, and personal relationships.


Written By: Katrina Hernandez, Student This year, Florida Christian student athletes have been able to receive superior care due to a new partnership between the University of Miami Sports Medicine Institute and FCS. The partnership was born from the need for a new athletic trainer at FCS and so students could have access to UHealth […]