Skip Navigation

Elementary students use the Purposeful Design curriculum that teaches students to apply biblical truth to their lives through Scripture memory and the development of Christlike character. Both the Old and New Testaments are included in study. Focus areas in the application of spiritual grow are the development of Christlike behavior, evangelism, ministry, stewardship, and apologetics. Other subjects integrate the Bible in the curriculum.  

Preschool students utilize Bible curriculum that teaches both the Old Testament and New Testament. Scripture memory and activities are implemented to further solidify concepts and information taught.

All curriculum is developed with a Christian Worldview, from history to science to math. While students learn important academic concepts, spiritual values and ideals are present in each page. 

Preschool and elementary students attend chapel weekly where they are actively involved in worship through praying, quoting Scripture, singing worship songs, and listening to lessons utilizing Biblical application. Our FBC Rogers Kids and Preschool ministry teams lead many of our chapels. We also enjoy having special guests speak to us as well, including missionaries, college leaders, and former students.  

In an effort to apply what our students are learning inside the classroom, First Academy students are expected to serve our local and world communities. Our hope is that our students develop a passion for serving and loving others and become the Hands and Feet of Jesus.  

Recent service projects include: cereal drives for Samaritan House, Halloween candy sent to Treats for Troops, donating and serving at the FBC Rogers food pantry, collecting and sending Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes, collecting and sending items for the Samaritan Community Center’s Thanksgiving Blessing Bags, and reading to preschool students within our school. 

We believe in the importance of learning beyond our classroom walls. Our field trips are designed to inspire both minds and spirits. Guided by our faith-based values, students embark on enriching adventures that blend academic learning with spiritual growth. From visits to historical sites, local parks, and regional performances to community service projects, each trip is an opportunity to deepen students' understanding of God's creation and foster a sense of stewardship. While we value the importance of taking our learning outside the classroom, we also make sure to take trips for fun and fellowship, like going to the Northwest Arkansas Naturals baseball games or bowling together.

Preschool and kindergarten students enjoy 5 field trips all on the FBC Rogers campus, including presentations from the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission, pumpkin patches, petting zoos, and even our FBC Rogers’ Kids Ministry team dressing as their mascot Redgie the Bull to read to us! We love getting to learn and laugh together with our youngest friends.

Elementary classes typically take 2 field trips per year, including going to the Walton Arts Center, Hobbs State Park, Botanical Gardens of NWA, and more. And even more special is our trip for 4th and 5th graders to places like Camp Siloam and New Life Ranch to spend time learning and growing spiritually on their overnight retreat.

Check out our Social Media!