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Flaming Sword Christian Academy Overview

3230 Legion Road, Hope Mills, NC 28348 , Tel: +1 (910) 764-3500

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Flaming Sword Christian Academy Ratings & Reviews

April 18, 2017 Submitted by a community member
School was by far the worst decision I ever made. Sure they will tell you they are qualified to cater to the needs of children with delays, but truth be told my child ended up in a class with a teacher that constantly emailed me with complaints about how my child was doing, which was bizarre to me because at the beginning of the school year, they was provided with information about the capabilities as well as limitations of my child ( they clearly didn't read). They will say that they will evaluate the child and create goals such as the IEP, and that is also very much a lie. My child was better off being home schooled, or even attending a public school. Weeks into the school they will ban the parents from even walking their children in the school, and they will also go against the parents will and spank the kids as well. My child's teacher just seemed to be a church member they hired that needed a job....This school is a daycare at best.
March 14, 2017 Submitted by a parent
FSCA has changed my daughters life. They have given her opportunities that public school and another private school could not offer. This school is completely understanding of students who are in the process of testing, diagnosis, and medicine changes. My daughter went from hating school and not really achieving much academically to a honor student and excited to go there. This school is still growing and trying to expand to take in more children and offer more programs. Their tuition is reasonable for the services they offer. ** They do use corporal punishment but, parents sign a waiver for it to be used and the parent is always contacted.
January 05, 2017 Submitted by a parent
In the past 3 years Flaming Sword Christian Academy has changed our lives in the most incredible way. My son went from being suspended from public school on a regular basis in 1st and 2nd grade to now being in AG classes 2 years ahead of where he would be in public school. His diagnoses are Aspergers and ADHD and we have significantly benefitted from the teaching methods and the firm love that all of the staff we have interacted with at FSCA embody. Their no-nonsense approach provides the structure my son thrives on. They have added after school activities such as karate and robotics that my son loves. Their low teacher to student ration (1:10) provides the hands on approach my son needs and in my opinion many problems have been prevented due to this. All 3 of our teachers have been truly wonderful and even though it is a 40 minute drive each way (2 hrs 20 mins per day of driving for me) it is well worth the time. It's an investment in my son's future. They also are very seamless in terms of working with the State Disabilities Grant and it's of note that because my son has an IEP and failed the public school system that the state pays our tuition. The staff at FSCA are very helpful in navigating this process. If anyone would like to contact me I may be reached at sharonhenderson2011@gmail.com
December 14, 2016 Submitted by a parent
This school used to be wonderful, but has changed drastically over the past couple years. The final straw for us was receiving a copy of my child's IEP which literally states that he needs to "grow up," - despite medical documentation of multiple neurological and psychological disorders. I've never read a more disparaging, less professional document from a school. Supposedly this school is meant for children with neurological disorders, yet parents are often told the problem is that their children are not disciplined enough, or that children are being "coddled" or "babied."My child has been told that if he came to school with his hair uncombed it would be dyed pink - a threat the secretary insisted was meant to be hyperbolic. But to a child on the Autism Spectrum, it's impossible to tell hyperbole from truth, and he spent a week in severe anxiety before this was settled.At another time, he was forced to hold the push-up position while a teacher yelled at him and accused him of lying because he answered a question in a too-literal manner (again, typical of a child on the Spectrum). This teacher was "counselled" over this but allowed to continue until nearly the end of the year, during which she continued treating neurologically-challenged children as if they were juvenile delinquents.Just last week, a High School student (not my child) who had a conflict with another - and who no one denies should have been disciplined in some way - was ordered to "suit up and fight it out" with the other student or face expulsion. When the student refused to fight he was withdrawn. Be aware, if you're considering this school, that physical altercations are considered an acceptable means of solving student disputes. And that if your child refuses this they, too, can be expelled.The mother of this child would write her own review but has found herself blocked from the school facebook page before her story could be shared. I wonder how many other parents have been silenced this way before being able to leave objective reviews?Think long and hard before sending your child to this school. It used to be so wonderful, but has seriously lost it's way. I only hope that by sharing this some positive changes will be forced.
March 13, 2016 Submitted by a parent
This private school uses corporal punishment on their students, yet it claims to service students with special needs. How can a school claim to be a school for students of special needs when the students are punished with a wooden paddle or they are subjected to exercise until muscle exhaustion.
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Average Rent in North Carolina

  • North Carolina Average Rental Price, July, 2018$1,045/mo
  • Studio$904
  • 1 Bedroom$935
  • 2 Bedrooms$1,052

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North Carolina Education Statistics

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Before you start packing, make sure Flaming Sword Christian Academy is really the best option for your child. To recap, Flaming Sword Christian Academy is a well-known private K-12 school in Hope Mills. It is located at 3230 Legion Road, Hope Mills, NC 28348 and it is the second home of 58 students. Please note that available apartments near a given school are filtered by proximity, not by attendance zone. We advise parents to visit the schools in person and contact the admissions offices for further information on school performance and attendance zones before making a final decision.

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