We embrace the journey.

No matter when you start your journey, there are experiences for your family to enjoy at FBCA.

Fort Bend Christian Academy traditions encourage participation, build community and provide families with fond memories of their time spent on campus.

You don't come here. You belong here!

All-School

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  • Back to School Fair

    The Back to School Fair is your one-stop shop for everything you need for the new school year! Representatives from Parent-Teacher Fellowship, Extended Care, Moms in Prayer, Taher food service, Advancement, Athletics, Booster Club and the Nurses office are available to answer questions. The fair also includes division-specific orientation, new parent Q&As, schedule pick-up, and Meet the Teacher events.
  • Eagle Extravaganza

    Eagle Extravaganza is FBCA's annual all-school spirit event complete with music, games, food, and all sorts of fun!
  • See You at the Cross

    Students, faculty and staff gather at the cross in the quad for a time of prayer for our school, our teachers, our communities, our leaders, and our nation. 
  • Homecoming

    Show your Eagle pride at Homecoming! Homecoming Spirit Week features spirit dress-up days for each division and culminates with a Varsity football game and crowning of the Homecoming King, Queen and Court at halftime.
  • Gala & Auction

    The annual Gala & Auction is FBCA's biggest fundraising event of the year! 
  • Summer Send-Off

    Celebrate the end of another fantastic school year at FBCA's Summer Send-Off!

Lower School

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  • Rodeo Day

    For over 28 years, the Lower School P.E. teachers have created fun country-western music routines for each grade to perform for parents and friends. Traditional routines that students look forward to each year, plus new and creative songs and props, make Rodeo Day a special tradition. After the performances, students participate in activities such as rodeo roping and games, a tasting contest and Western Justice.
  • Grandparents & Special Friends Day

    We love our grandparents and special friends! The lower school celebration features a book fair and student performances for grandparents and special friends.
  • 4th Grade Celebration

    The entire 4th grade celebrates their final year at the lower school at an off-campus venue.

Middle School

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  • Eighth Grade Camp Eagle

    Every year, FBCA eighth graders and chaperones experience outdoor adventure and grow closer to Christ and each other during a week-long retreat at Camp Eagle in the Texas Hill Country.
  • Grandparents & Special Friends Day

    Grandparents are in a unique position to see first-hand the positive effects that FBCA has on students. Middle school grandparents and special friends are welcomed to the campus to visit classrooms, browse the book fair and enjoy student performances.
  • Seventh Grade Texas Tour

    Texas history comes alive during the annual Texas Tour. Seventh-grade students visit historical sites such as the Alamo in San Antonio, the state capital and the Bob Bullock Museum in Austin.

Upper School

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  • Senior Retreat

    Each August, the senior class enjoys a long weekend for a retreat. The retreat gives seniors the opportunity to build community, strengthen relationships, discover ways to serve and lead and prepare for the final year of upper school. One of the most meaningful retreat traditions includes the students receiving encouraging letters from family and friends.
  • Junior Dedication Ceremony

    The annual Junior Dedication Ceremony is the longest standing tradition at Fort Bend Christian Academy as it began with the first graduating class. It is one of the most anticipated days of the year in the upper school. The ceremony marks the countdown to graduation, as students only have 18 months under their parent's roof before heading off to college, and it also signifies the junior’s transition into leaders of the school. Junior Dedication is a time for faculty to pray for the students, and it is customary for students to receive gifts from their parents such as a Bible, ring or something sentimental to commemorate the day.
  • Eagle Week

    Every spring, FBCA upper school students participate in Eagle Week, a unique opportunity to serve locally or internationally and to meet the physical and spiritual needs of people living thousands of miles away or just down the road.
  • Senior Bike to Breakfast

    For many, Bike to Breakfast is their favorite tradition at FBCA. With the help of the campus police, seniors are safely led through Sugar Land on their bikes. They meet at a host’s home for breakfast together.
  • Graduates Parade

    The Graduates Parade is a relatively new tradition that has garnered a lot of excitement. After taking their class photo, seniors—dressed in their caps, gowns and tassels—parade through the lower and middle school campuses, high-fiving former teachers and young students. This tradition inspires the younger students as they look forward to their own graduation one day, and it also reminds the seniors of where they started, how far they have come and who got them to where they are today.
  • Commencement Ceremony

    The annual Commencement Ceremony celebrates and honors our seniors as they graduate!
  • Lifers

    The term "Lifer" distinguishes students who have attended FBCA from kindergarten through senior year. Lifers exemplify leadership qualities and personify the mission and values of the school. We are especially grateful to families of Lifers who supported the mission of the school for the entirety of their child’s education.
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.