Growing spiritually is at the heart of FVL's mission to its students. Each student is enrolled in a curriculum of religious classes. More than that, as a Christian high school, FVL strives to teach all subjects in the light of God's inerrant word.
Daily chapel services are offered Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. On Wednesday, students participate in a time of personal Bible reading. Prayers both open and close the day at FVL.
The Christian atmosphere of the school is evident even in the hallways and classrooms where Christian artwork, Bible passages, and handcrafted crosses are displayed.
Each year a Scriptural theme is chosen and emphasized throughout the school year. Students are encouraged to share their faith and put it into action by developing their talents in leadership and volunteer service.
Service and Leadership Opportunities
FVL's mission is to assist in training the leaders of the next generation. Biblical leadership calls for Christians to be "servant-leaders" following the example of the ultimate leader: Jesus Christ.
The school offers students opportunities to grow in their leadership skills both inside and outside of the classroom. Some of these opportunities include athletics, Student Council, National Honor Society, and Jesus Cares Outreach Team.
The school also sponsors its Volunteer Service Program as a way to participate in church and community service projects. Under the leadership of the Religion department, students who complete their service projects receive an ungraded credit on their transcripts to recognize their involvement.
Find out more about the FVL Volunteer Service program.