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907 N. 13th St., Ft Pierce, FL 34950
(772) 245-3105




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Child's Education!


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  • Christian education is an essential component in refining the unique gifts and divine purpose during the early stages of a child's life. 
  • Christian education  cultivates moral character and builds personal virtues that shapes a child's future.
  • Christian education offers an environment that allows a child the ability to thrive in his/her spiritual development. While the public sector of education seeks to "ban" God and prayer from the schools,  we on the other hand, offer your child the ability to grow in the love and knowledge of God, develop a healthy prayer life, and acquire a passion to live life to their fullest potential!


Classroom Sizes

The learning styles and pace in which a child retains information varies significantly from one student to another.  One of the advantages of WFCA is that we are able to offer a lower student-to-teacher ratio in our classrooms, which  maximizes the learning experience of each student and allows your child to receive the individualized attention he/she needs to learn at a comfortable pace without becoming frustrated.  Smaller classroom sizes ultimately equip your child to achieve a higher level of academic success.


High Academic Standards

We set the academic standards high for our programs.   We incorporate a comprehensive Christian curriculum that provides a solid foundation for inspired learning and biblical values.  Each grade level includes lessons and activities in the following subjects.

  • Language Arts

  • Numbers/ Arithmetic 

  • History

  • Science

  • Health, Safety, Manners

  • Bible

  • Music, Arts & Crafts

The Benefits of Attending WFCA

We Value

Healthy Nutrition

We prepare freshly cooked meals onsite to keep our students

well nourished and energized to focus properly throughout the day..

WFCA is a sponsor of the National School Lunch Program (NSLP), administered through the Florida Dept. of Agriculture and Consumer Services (FDACS),  

which allows us to provide these meals to qualifying students free of charge.

We Provide Free Breakfast, Lunch, and Snack 



  • Obscene language

  • Drug and alcohol use

  • Disparaging comments

  • Prejudice or bigotry

  • Sexual innuendo

  • Cheating or testing violations

  • Physical aggression

  • Accept or offer favors

Who to Contact to Report

Professional Misconduct:


Natalee Edwards


(772) 245-3105

WFCA has established great measures to ensure the integrity and professional standards of our Educators and School Administrators.  We ensure strict compliance to our code of conduct policies and have zero tolerance towards any behavior that would impose a threat to the physical, mental, or emotional well-being of our students.  All faculty and administrative officials are required to interact with students in a respectful manner at all times.  In the event that professional misconduct is noted, WFCA shall take action in accordance to Florida Statutes Chapter 39, which states:

"All employees and agents of a public school district, charter school, or private school have an obligation and legal responsibility to report misconduct by instructional personnel and school administrators which affects the health, safety or welfare of a student.  Failure to report misconduct may result in penalties up to termination of employment and revocation of an educator’s certificate."

Our obligation as leaders is to hold one another accountable to the standards of Kingdom Excellence!  Anyone who witnesses or experiences Professional Misconduct, is called to be a L.E.A.D.E.R:

Listen - Evaluate - Act immediately - Document - Encourage - Report

Ensuring Our Students a Safe & Nurturing Environment. . .

Minimum Qualification Requirements:

Instructors must possess at least one of the following qualifications to be considered for employment opportunities at WFCA :

  • A bachelor's degree,

  • 3 years teaching experience at public or private schools, or

  • Special skills, knowledge, or expertise that qualifies the individual to provide instruction in specific subjects.

Contact the Administrative Office to obtain a copy of our Full Job Description.


(772) 245-3105

Teacher Qualifications
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