Fort Bend Christian Academy

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Fort Bend Christian Academy
Sugar Land, Texas
United States
Coordinates 29°37′48″N 95°36′55″W / 29.6301°N 95.6152°W / 29.6301; -95.6152Coordinates: 29°37′48″N 95°36′55″W / 29.6301°N 95.6152°W / 29.6301; -95.6152
Opened September 1987

Fort Bend Christian Academy (FBCA) is a private PK-12 Christian school with two campuses in Sugar Land, Texas in the Houston metropolitan area.[1] The North Campus houses high school while the South Campus houses elementary and middle school.[2]


Campuses in Sugar Land

The school first opened in September 1987, with seven kindergarten students, as Sugar Creek Baptist Church School (SCBCS). The school, on the property of Sugar Creek Baptist Church, had one teacher in its initial year, and 1988 it had 14 students with first grade included. The school moved to the property of the First Baptist Church of Sugar Land and changed its name to Fort Bend Baptist Academy (FBBA) in Summer 1992.[3] At the time of the move the school became non-denominational and it was no longer affiliated and no longer received support from the church. The word "Baptist" remained in its name even though it became a non-denominational school with no support from any particular denomination.[2]

The 7th and 8th grades opened in the 1993-1994 school year.[3] In the following year the FBBA's high school division opened.[2]

Its current name was adopted in the summer of 2011.[3] The board adopted a name indicating the school's non-denominational status in order to compete with area private schools and increase enrollment. The school mascot, colors, and scripture verse remained the same. The school hired a marketing company to establish a new brand along with the new name.[2]


  1. ^ Home. Fort Bend Christian Academy. Retrieved on January 4, 2017. "North Campus | 1250 Seventh Street, Sugar Land, TX 77478 South Campus | 1201 Lakeview, Sugar Land, TX 77478"
  2. ^ a b c d Stottlemyer, Cory (2011-06-22). "What's in a name: Fort Bend Baptist Academy now Fort Bend Christian Academy". Sugar Land Sun of the Houston Chronicle. Retrieved 2017-01-05.
  3. ^ a b c "History." Fort Bend Christian Academy. Retrieved on January 4, 2017.

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