About Flaming Sword Christian Academy



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Flaming Sword Christian Academy is a premier educational leader in Cumberland County by being the first private school for children with autism and other developmental disabilities. ​

Disabilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD or ADHD)
  • Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, Dyscalculia
  • Processing Disorders (CAPD)
  • Short and Long Term Memory Retrieval Issues
  • Autism include HFA
  • Aspergers Syndrome Disorder (ASD)
  • Pervasive Development Disorder (PDD)
 
FSCA was developed to unlock your child's full potential by serving students who want a low teacher-student ratio (1:10), direct and explicit instruction, multisensory learning experiences, assistance with organization, and a higher rate of individualized attention than is typically offered in public or larger private schools.
 
 
FSCA's programs are not watered down versions of traditional schooling.  There are no reduced expectations, but the programs emphasize individualized instruction. Supplemental material and unique scheduling arrangements have been carefully researched to match a wide variety of learning styles.  The materials are presented in ways which really hit home with students allowing them to grasp concepts and increase their knowledge.
 
FSCA understands that times change and that we live in a highly digital world. In the interest of being as environmentally friendly as possible FSCA uses FACEBOOK as an additional way to inform the public and parents of ongoing or upcoming events. 
 
Any person having inquiries concerning FSCA's compliance with the regulations implementing Title VI, Title IX, or Section 504 is directed to contact the Chief Administrative Officer:
 
Dr. Wanda Hatmaker
Founder
Chief Executive Officer

Academy Programs
Typical Programs:
Student must have average cognitive development, make A-C in all subjects, be on grade level, meet 80% of grade level objectives, may or may not have learning challenge and must pass EOG.

Initial and Support Bridges Programs:
Initial Bridges Program is for K4-5th grades, and Support Bridges Program is for 6th-12th grades.  This student is not on grade level, did not meet at least 80% of grade objectives, requires more assistance from instructor, has an identifiable learning challenge, and has low average cognitive development.

Intensive Bridges Program:
Intensive Bridges Program is for grades 6th-12th.  This student is not on grade level, is unable to meet grade objectives, requires a different kind of curriculum, has identifiable learning challenges, and is below the recognized standard of cognitive development, and cannot pass EOG.