College and Guidance Counseling

Welcome to Faith Christian School’s College and Guidance Counseling Department. This department serves to provide individualized care and attention in assisting students with reaching their highest academic and personal potential. We view ourselves as an extension of the families we serve. Dedicated to developing supportive, meaningful, and ongoing relationships with students and parents, our goal is to ensure that every family is given the support and encouragement they need to make informed, prayerful decisions concerning the direction of each student's life. All sessions are strictly confidential and will not be shared with others unless requested by the sudent or parent. Exceptions to confidentiality are threats to self or others and disclosures of abuse or neglect. In the rare case when confidentiality must be broken, the student will be informed and supported appropriately.

It is indeed a privilege to help guide our students toward the fulfillment of God's purposes for them. We believe that God has unique plans for all students, and we strive to help guide them in that process. In addition, the guidance department provides up-to-date information for academic and personal growth, college admissions and standardized testing materials. The guidance counselor serves as a liaison between the student and colleges, universities, military and other post-secondary educational opportunities.
Counselor:  Meredith V. Parker ( 

Please feel free to explore the important links below. 

FAFSA- Application for Federal Student Aid
College Fairs
Scholarship Search Websites
College Entrance Requirements
Career Information Websites
ACT Website
SAT Website
PSAT Website
AP Exams

 The Birmingham National College Fair is Coming Your Way!

The Fall College Fair Season is in full swing here at NACAC! Mark your calendars for the Birmingham National College Fair on September 15th, at the Birmingham-Jefferson Convention Complex. Visit the official Birmingham National College Fair site for more details. 

At a National College Fair, students learn about programs and find their best college fit.They meet face-to-face with representatives from hundreds of colleges—all in one place—and get their questions answered about majors, degree programs, campus visits, internships,scholarships, financial aid, and much more.

The fair is FREE and open to the public.

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