Faculty and Staff

Forcey Teachers and Staff

FCS teachers, administration and staff are Christian, qualified professionals who feel called to minister to children.  Each brings talent and a calling to their job whether it be in the office, classroom, cafeteria, or elsewhere.  One hundred percent of our professionals love God and love children.

Our Administration

Principal RobersonPrincipal Erriel Roberson joined FCS in 2010 after teaching fourth grade and serving as principal for a private school in Columbia.  Principal Roberson has dedicated his tenure to serving students and faculty needs as well as continuously refining curriculum.  He recently completed a Doctorate of Education from Regent University.

FCS administration encourages on-going training, observation and professional development for each staff member.

Each preschool class has a full time teacher and aide.PreKindergarten teachers

FCS Pre-K teachers and aides have a special devotion to our Little Forcey Falcons, nurturing children emotionally as well as academically.  There is a full-time teacher and aide in each preschool classroom.

Qualities of our Pre-Kindergarten teachers:

  • 100% certified by either ACSI, the state or both
  • More than 50 years teaching experience within the preschool team
  • Monthly professional development
  • 100% First aid certified
  • Innovative in age-appropriate curriculum integration
  • A love for counting to 100 days of school and bringing individual gifts and talents to the classroom, such as photography, cooking and art.

Elementary teachers

FCS Elementary School teachers know how to strengthen talents and develop deeper curiosity in your child, while building foundational concepts and critical thinking skills to support success in diverse learners.

Qualities of our Elementary School teachers:

  • 94% certified by either ACSI, the state or both
  • Divided into grade-level teams for on-going professional collaboration
  • Between 30 to 70 years teaching experience per grade level
  • Monthly professional development
  • 12 graduate degrees in education related fields
  • A love of hands-on learning through career days, create-your-own business, field trips, state fairs and colonial fairs

Middle School teachers

Subject teachers also get to know students in homeroom.

Middle school is a particularly sensitive time for learners.  The physical, social and cognitive changes that students go through in the early teen years are critical.  In addition, middle school is an extremely important academic preparatory time for high school.  Navigating the needs of our middle school students requires teachers who are committed to mentoring, encouraging intrinsic motivation and challenging students to reach beyond perceived limitations.

Qualities of our Middle School teachers:

  • 88% certified by either ACSI, the state or both
  • Divided into both grade-level and vertical subject teams for on-going professional collaboration
  • More than 10 years average teaching experience
  • Monthly professional development
  • Seven graduate degrees in education related fields
  • A love for walking tight ropes and getting to the bottom of mood swings

Our staff

We are well-equipped with excellent staff that assist students, parents and teachers in the big and small areas of need outside of the classroom including:

A full-time nurse
Three part-time resource teachers for both remedial and enrichment support
Cafeteria aides
Preschool aides
Elementary aides
Recess aides
Security personnel
Office support staff