In the Beginning…
In the 1970’s a group of pastors, elders, deacons, and concerned church members decided to provide a quality, Christian education to their members and the surrounding neighborhoods. Today, Forcey Christian School is a multi-accredited school with a diverse student population of more than 500 students in PK3 through 8th grade.
Forcey Christian School opened its doors to a class of 8 kindergartners.
Each year until 1982
Forcey added a new grade to its rolls every year until students in kindergarten through fifth grade filled its hallways.
Parents had expressed a desire to continue with FCS through 8th grade and so the school opened its middle school to provide a Christian educational experience through formative adolescent years.
Forcey completed a facility expansion project with Forcey Bible Church to add classrooms, a lunchroom, and remodel the nursery school wing.
The elementary and middle schools merged into one entity. All early childhood, elementary, and middle school classes met in the same (but separate parts) building for the first time.
Erriel Roberson was hired as the principal of all divisions of Forcey Christian School.
After a rigorous, independent screening process, Forcey received full accreditation from both the Association of Christian Schools International and the Middle States Association.
Forcey Middle School piloted a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) program.
Forcey began a Girls Middle School Volleyball team.
FCS welcomed Head of School Todd Landers.
Forcey began a Middle School Cross Country, Track and Cheerleader team.
Todd Landers resigned as Head of School and Dr. Roberson resigned as Principal.
Cheri Vislay was hired as Acting Principal after 23 years of teaching at FCS and with a Masters in Education Administration.
Rev. Zeke Wharton was re-hired (after having left as administrator in 2015 to pastor a church) as part-time Interim Director of School Development.