Grades 9-12

The upper school program is designed to prepare students for college and beyond. With 50 different honors and AP-level courses, students can choose from a diverse offering of classes.

Students attend weekly chapel and participate in daily theology study.
In the upper school, we strive to strengthen an educational environment that combines both faith and intellect which aids in enriching a learning environment that fosters intellectual risk-taking, transformative thinking, and academic confidence. As a result, our students are consistently challenged and encouraged in ways that prepare them to engage the culture and workforce of the twenty-first century.  
FBCA offers more than 20 different student clubs and councils designed to develop student character, leadership and community outreach.

Each spring, students in the upper school participate in a one-week program called Eagle Week. Eagle Week is designed to expand the horizons of our traditional curriculum by offering a variety of local, national and international mission/service opportunities.

Location

Upper School | North Campus
1250 Seventh Street
Sugar Land, TX 77478
281.263.9175 | 281.263.9199 Fax

School Hours

7:45 a.m. - 3:05 p.m.

Upper School Administration

List of 5 members.

  • Photo of Nathan Barber

    Nathan Barber 

    Head of Upper School
    (281) 263-9168
  • Photo of Shelby Hooper

    Shelby Hooper 

    Assistant Head of Upper School
    (281) 263-9167
  • Photo of Graham Traylor

    Graham Traylor 

    Director of College Counseling
    (281) 263-9162
  • Photo of Morgan Carter

    Morgan Carter 

    US Counselor
    (281) 263-9180
  • Photo of Michelle Walker

    Michelle Walker 

    Registrar
    (281) 263-9141
NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY: Fort Bend Christian Academy admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletics and other school-administered programs.