• Welcome to
    Flint River Academy

  • Dually Accredited College
    Preparatory School

  • Highly Acclaimed
    Sports Program

We Are Flint River Academy

College-Preparatory School

Our Mission Statement

Flint River Academy seeks to create a challenging and supportive learning environment in a Christian atmosphere. We encourage high expectations for success and academic excellence through the development of the mind, body, and spirit.

Outstanding Academics

We believe in the development of mind, body and spirit through an emphasis on academic success and participation in athletics and/or fine arts. Our students are encouraged to take advantage of the numerous opportunities available to them and to explore new experiences. While academics come first, our students are also involved in multiple activities throughout the year, ranging from participating on an athletic team, performing on stage, to taking the challenge offered through academic competitions.

Modern Learning Environment

Flint River Academy classrooms are adaptable for a range of different activities, such as reading, group work, project space, and presentations and our outdoor classrooms are especially enjoyed by students. There is both wireless and wired technology offering access to resources.

Certified Teachers

Our certified teachers utilize best teaching practices to positively impact success in school and in life: engaging and motivating through active learning, promoting thinking and problem-solving skills, and providing a rigorous curriculum in an enriched environment.

SACS Certified

The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) is one of the six regional accreditation organizations recognized by the United States Department of Education and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation. This agency accredits over 13,000 public and private educational institutions ranging from preschool to college level in the Southern United States.

Non-Discriminatory

There shall be no discrimination by Flint River Academy Inc. in the selection of its governing board, in the employment of personnel, or enrollment of students because of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, sexual orientation, or handicapped status.

  • Instruction available for 3K through 12th grades

  • Optimal student-teacher ratio average of 12:1

  • Established bus routes serving Coweta, Meriwether and Pike Counties

  • Acclaimed Fine Arts Program

  • Winning tradition in academic competitions

  • After school programs

  • Freshly prepared breakfasts and lunches daily

  • Flexible tuition payment options and FACTS Tuition

  • Georgia's Qualified Education Expense Tax Credit Program & Apogee benefits

  • Families currently are enrolled from Coweta, Harris, Lamar, Meriwether, Pike, Spalding, Talbot, Troup, and Upson Counties

  • 46% of 7th-9th graders are members of the National Junior Honor Society

  • 25% of 10th -12th graders are members of the National Honor Society

  • Twenty members of the 2015 graduating class received over $352,340 in combined scholarship monies with three earning the Zell (full tuition) and ten earning HOPE

  • Advanced Placement and Honors Classes offered as well as Dual Enrollment in college

  • Average SAT score is 1500, average ACT score is 21.5

  • Over the last five years 9th-11th grades have scored above the state and national averages on PSAT

Latest News
         


Yeti Cooler Winner

May 1 - Craig Sinclair – # 444
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FRA BEATS STATE RECORD!

Our boys have set the GISA State record in the 4x100 relay at the state track meet today, with a time of 44.2 seconds. Congratulations to Alex Posey, Parker Williams, Cullen Evans & James Murphy! Go Cats!
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FRA Senior Night

FRA saluted their 2016 Senior Varsity Baseball players before the Brandon Hall baseball game on Monday, April 26th at 4:30 pm at FRA. 2016 Senior Baseball players are Joseph Brown, Gregory Chambers, Jackson Martin, Andrew Perez, and Nathan Pollard.
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Little Cats Cheer

Little Cats Cheer Camp-this week at FRA!
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New Football Coach @ FRA

Parents and players turned out to give a Wildcat Welcome and to meet the new head football coach Kirk Hoffman last week. Former head coach, Josh Daher, will remain as Athletic Director and Head Basketball Coach of the Varsity Girls’ Team. Hoffman has been coaching 31 years with 16 of them as head coach.
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Rosie the Riveter Visit

Rosie the Riveter, or Carol Cain of Hogansville, visited Flint River Academy on April 18th bringing history to life and for many introducing a World War II character. She began her program singing the Riveter song popular in the forties, and it was complete with the staccato driving rivets sound effects.
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National Honor Society

Flint River Academy’s National Honor Society and National Junior Honor Society held its induction ceremony of new members on April 22, 2016. NHS Advisor Mrs. Andrea Carroll and NJHS Advisor Mrs. Christy McCrary set a beautiful stage for the candlelight induction ceremony held on the Woodbury campus.
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Balloon Letters

FRA second graders are learning how to write letters. Mrs. Paige Dunn’s creative way of air mailing a letter has the students hoping someone may come upon their balloons with the letters attached! Students are keeping their fingers crossed that they get a letter mailed back to the school so students can see how far the letters traveled.
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Congratulations FRA Track

Congratulations to the Flint River Academy Varsity Boys and Girls Track Teams for winning the GISA Region 1AA Track and Field Championship on Thursday, April 14th.
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Wildcat becomes a Grizzly

Flint River Academy senior Rae Rossetti of Greenville signs to play her college years with the Georgia Gwinnett Grizzlies in Lawrenceville. Rossetti, centerfielder for the Lady Cats, has played varsity softball at FRA from eighth through twelfth grades and has two state championship rings. Congratulations!
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Bottle Rockets AWAY!

Nothing brings out a crowd like bottle rockets attached to a propane tank! John Murphy takes the usual power force behind bottle rockets (a bicycle tire pump) and amps it up with a propane tank filled with air-not propane!
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Stuart Little Village

What better way to finish off a good book like Stuart Little by E. B. White than to construct the memorable village? Bennett Kirk and Jewel Waldrop, third graders in Julie Harris' class, proudly leave their renderings of Ames Crossing in the Media Center for display.
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Thunderwood Farms Visit

Lanie and Grey Riner from Thunderwood Farms share their love for the plant world with the first graders. Explaining perennials, annuals, sunshine, climate change, frost damage, and more were just some of the range of inquisitive queries made before the students each potted a plant.
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FRA @ Covenant Academy

The FRA Varsity Baseball team traveled to Macon to play Covenant Academy at the Luther Williams Field. The FRA Varstiy baseball team played as they were major leagers and beat Covenant Academy with a score of 15-1.
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3rd Quarter Honor Roll

Flint River Academy is pleased to announce those students who achieved top scores and have been named to the Honor Roll (90 and above) or Headmaster’s Honor Roll (93 and above in all subjects) for the third nine weeks of this academic year.
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Oliver Twist @ FRA

Oliver Twist is coming to FRA March 18th. Don't miss it. Tickets will be sold at the door. Curtains up at 7pm.
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Region literary competition

Flint River Academy brought home four second place awards at region literary competition in Carrollton at the University of West Georgia last Friday the 11th. The top two winners at region will compete at state in Valdosta on Wednesday, March 16.
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GO WILDCATS BASEBALL

The FRA Baseball team traveled to Lanett, Alabama to play Springwood in a double header on Saturday, March 12th. The Wildcats were victorious in both games. Shown here, Dalton Bowen makes an amazing catch, photo by Kay Williamson.
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Congrats on FRA Track Meet

Ten schools participated in the spring track meet on Thursday, March 10, 2016. The schools that participated were Covenant Academy, The Heritage School, Crosspointe Christian Academy, Academy of the Oaks, Cumberland Christian Academy, Colonial Hill Christian, Arlington Christian, Griffin Christian and Dawson Street Christian. Overall, the FRA Boys Team placed second and the Girls Team 5th.
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Junior Science Olympiad

Madison Jones and her homemade "Scrambler." The Scrambler must carry an egg, preferably unbroken through its trip, for a distance of 9-12 meters. Madison and her dad built the frame which has a weight which drops and launches the four wheeled vehicle carrying the egg. Madison says the trick is to get the weight just right for the distance to go.
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Congratulations Hunter Tucker!

FRA's 2016 Star Student – Hunter Tucker. Hunter has been involved in several Science Olympiads, Math Bowls, played on the FRA Baseball team, a member of the FRA Track Team, a member of the National Jr. Honor Society, Class treasurer, Dual Enrolled in the University of West Ga, an avid drag racer and was the 2014 South Georgia Motorsports Track Champion.
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FRA TRUCK GIVEAWAY

CONGRATULATIONS Tim Faile! You won a BRAND NEW 2015 CHEVY Z71. Winning ticket was sold by Michael Williams number 914. We look forward to giving another truck away next year!
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New Head of School

FRA is pleased to introduce the new headmaster, Tommy Amoroso, hired for the upcoming school year. Amoroso, who is currently the vice principal at Manchester Middle School, will finish this school year in Manchester before following current head, Eddie Pollard, who is retiring after 42 years in education.
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PRE-K @ FLINT RIVER ACADEMY!

We have limited availability, so please call (706) 553-2541 today to reserve your child's spot.
Tuition with Paid in Full Discount at registration: $2,900.00
Weekly over 39 weeks: $74.35* Call School for details.
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Scholorship money earned by students in 2015

1500

Average SAT Score at Flint River Academy

6

Average ACT Score at Flint River Academy

1967

Year Flint River Academy opened its doors

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