Dear Parents,

The following information will help you plan for attending our annual First Look so your child will be ready for a happy and prosperous new school year. I will follow this announcement with my back to school letter later in the summer with more important information.

First Look: August 14, 2017

All schedules will be on RenWeb prior to First Look. Locker #’s are listed on top right hand corner of your child’s schedule. Please print a copy of the schedule and bring it with you to First Look. School supplies may be organized in lockers after the classroom visitations have taken place.

All Grades
6:00-6:15pm - Parent Meeting (FBCN Worship Center)
6th Grade
6:30-7:00pm - Report to homeroom 
                 (Pigg DC215 or Tyree ED 205)
7:00-8:00pm - Classroom Visitations
7th & 8th Grade
6:30-8:00pm - Classroom Visitations

In His Service,

John S. McGillicuddy
FBAMS Principal: John McGillicuddy‚Äč

American Heritage Powerpoints

Created by FBA Middle School Students

Our Nation's Biblical Foundation

America's True Foundation

The Legacy of We The People

Biblical Worldview Powerpoints

Created by FBA Middle School Students

How Should We Behave? The Ethical Standards of Christianity

Christianity vs. Naturalism

The Real Origin of Species


FBA Middle School Highlights

  • Middle school students excelled as the top fund raising group in the community for The Pregnancy Resource Center’s annual Walk for Life. They also excel in ministering to St. Matthew’s House, Florida Baptist Children’s Home, and Harbor Chase.

  • Middle school students are trained in conflict resolution skills.  How do we build a real, right relationship with the Lord and others?  Real, right relationships are the focus of middle school life.

  • Middle School students are featured speakers in end of the year chapels.  They make presentations in apologetics, biblical world view, bioethical issues and our American Heritage.

  • Eighth grade boys are enlisted and then mentored, discipled, coached and trained to be steward leaders for the middle school and beyond.  Vision, skills, incentives, resources and an action plan are all vital components to the leadership program that meets once a week throughout the school year.

  • Eighth graders are trained in etiquette which they put into practice when they go to a formal dining event.

  • Eighth grade students are trained to take a stand against abortion on demand by learning how to debate the issue in the public square. 

  • Seventh and eighth grade students are trained to understand and communicate the five biblical principles that our founding fathers used in the Declaration of Independence to fashion the Constitutional Republic of the United States of America.

  • Middle school students have an opportunity to take Band, Strings or Choir. Middle school is dedicated to the valuable role that music plays in academics and life.

  • Students are trained in biblical world view so they can articulate with clarity and conviction what they believe and why they believe it.