Father’s Harbor Academy
Father’s Harbor Academy is an independent Christian school in Jacksonville, Florida. We are committed to impacting the community by reaching, teaching, and transforming one child at a time. Learn more information about us by meeting our staff and taking a tour of our beautiful campus. Call 904-306-9579 for a tour!
What do students get when they attend Father’s H.a.r.b.o.r. Academy?
// Christian values and Spiritual growth!
// Personalized data driven instruction in small classes!
// Extremely safe environment with adult supervision!
// 100% Certified caring teachers!
// Accredited through ACTS and NCPSA!
//Award winning music and art teachers!
// 21st Century skills!
// Free Art After School Academy!
// Free breakfast, lunch, and dinner!
// Title 1 tutoring assistance and much more!
FHA has recently partnered with the Jacksonville Children’s Commission to provide an ART filled after school program for qualified students starting in the fall! Dinner will also be provided for students that qualify. You may call the school 904-306-9579 if you have questions regarding eligibility!
Father’s Harbor Academy is committed to impacting the community by reaching, teaching, and transforming one child at a time.
Father’s Harbor Academy is an independent Christian school, we invite you to fill out the application and learn more information about our great academy!
Our school uses an art integrated curriculum infused with today’s technologies to engage our students.
– Previous school transcripts
– Latest report card
– Shot records
– Birth Certificate
– Copy of Social Security Card
You will then need to mail, or bring in the admissions packet with the required documentation. We will set up an appointment to discuss scheduling options as well as school policies.
Orientation/Open House Aug 9 1-3pm
First Day of School Aug 13
Labor Day/no school Sept 3
Teacher’s Planning/no school Oct 19
Veteran’s Day/ no school Nov 12
Thanksgiving/no school Nov 21 – 23
Winter Showcase/half day Dec 21
Christmas Break/ no school Dec 24-Jan 7
First day back Jan 8
MLK/no school Jan 21
Planning ACTS Conference/no school Jan 25, 28
Presidents Day/no school Feb 18
Showcase/half day Mar 14
Spring break/no school Mar 18-22
Good Friday/no school Mar 19
Easter Monday/no school Apr 22
Senior Week May 6-10
Graduation May 17
Memorial Day/no school May 27
Last Day of School May 30
Our Mission Statement
Helping Adolescents Restore Balance Order & Respect
We create balance in our lives when we achieve an equal condition of emotional, spiritual, and mental stability. FHA assists students in cultivating essential qualities that will help them become balanced young people. These qualities of academic, spiritual, physical, and emotional stability strengthen students as they strive to know themselves, their strengths and weaknesses in behavior, ability, and motivation.
The characteristics which trigger this balance and that we cultivate at FHA are belonging, independence, mastery, and generosity.
Florida’s school choice programs ensure that no child will be left behind by allowing parents to choose the best educational setting—public or private—for their child. The McKay Scholarships provided over 22,000 Florida students with special needs the opportunity to attend a participating private school during the 2010-11 school year.
Step Up For Students
Seven Students from the FHA Fashion Class received the surprise of their life when Oprah Winfrey called in a favor to Fashion MOGUL Jessica Simpson. Jessica surprised them at the school with a special invitation to Chicago to be on the Oprah Winfrey Show along with Dresses & Accessories from her collection.
Read the show details here.
On behalf of all us at FHA and especially Jakina, Shanae, Alex, Eliza, Bailey, Isabel, & Paris – we would like to thank YOU Jessica Simpson, Oprah Winfrey, & the DOVE Corporation for making so many of our dreams become a reality!
Special Thank You to Producer Alex Castro.
“For those few days, he was like my dad” – Bailey King
* Father’s H.a.r.b.o.r. Academy’s programs, activities, and practices shall be free from discrimination. The school does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, sex, or religion.