FAITH INTERNATIONAL ACADEMY
Davao City, Philippines
Faith International Academy exists primarily to support families in Christian ministry by providing a quality, international, Christian education.
In March 1956, missionary parents met in Manila to found a school. After praying and working with a small mission school, and with the help of several mothers, Faith Academy Manila opened in July 1957. In the early 80’s a United Christian Academy in Davao asked Faith Academy to facilitate a branch in Davao. Faith Academy Davao opened, and the present campus was dedicated in 1987. In 2008, Faith Academy in Davao consolidated with Mindanao International Christian Academy to become Faith Academy Mindanao. In 2013, it was decided that the school was established enough to become legally independent. In 2014, recognition was given, and FIA came into being.
GRACE INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
Chiang Mai, Thailand
Located in Chiang Mai, Thailand, Grace International School was founded in 1999 to provide a high-quality, Christian education for the children of international workers located in Asia. The primary goal at GIS is to allow these families to continue to work in their fields without having to compromise the education of their children. In addition to offering a traditional Christian day-school experience, it is committed to providing additional services to support both students with special needs and homeschooling families.
GIS offers a strong education where biblical truth permeates all subjects and programs. The staff seeks to demonstrate how diverse subjects interrelate so that GIS students can apply knowledge and skills to all areas of life and live out their Christian faith. Ultimately, the aim is to cultivate students of Christ-like character and values who will transform their world.
HAVEN OF PEACE ACADEMY
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
Haven of Peace Academy (HOPAC) is an accredited K-12 international Christian school which facilitates the work of missionaries and nonprofit workers in the region. In 1992, representative from five mission organizations met together to pray. One crucial need that came up week after week concerned the educational needs of their children. Today, HOPAC serves over 380 students.
HOPAC is now in the midst of an exciting phase, completing a new learning resource center and performing arts building to facilitate further growth of our secondary school. Their goal is to grow to serve 400 students in the coming years. This will further their ability to continue supporting the work of missionaries by providing excellent education to their children/ Additionally, they will be expanding their role in developing the nation of Tanzania by raising up a generation of Christ-like leaders.
Hillcrest International School is an accredited K-12 school, sponsored by a consortium of the major protestant missions in Papua, and governed by a private Board of Directors.
The Christian foundation of Hillcrest International School is reflected in the mission of the school: to provide the children of expatriate workers of those organizations, along with Indonesian and international students, with an education grounded in The Truth which will enable them to thrive in all aspects of life. With this in mind, teachers look for ways to enrich students in all aspects of their lives and approach all subjects centered in The Truth.
Hope International School
Phnom Penh, Cambodia
HOPE International School was established in 2002 to support world mission by providing quality, Christ-centered education for children of international Christian workers in Cambodia. HOPE uses an International core curriculum, that is compatible with systems from many countries, with all disciplines taught from a biblical worldview.
Teachers at HOPE each profess HOPE’s Statement of Christian Faith and hold professional teaching qualifications in their home country. HOPE teachers actively encourage students to develop a personal biblical worldview as they seek to learn about, and make sense of, the world around them.