Financial Scholarships

Several types of financial aid are available to FA students based on academic qualifications and financial need. If applying for financial aid, the parents must file the FA Student Aid Application which is available online at our website. The application will require a copy of your most recent Federal Income Tax return.

2-Way Church Matching Form (up to $2,000 per year)
Qualifying families may apply to their church for a two-way matching scholarship of up to $2,000; one-half paid by the church and one-half paid by FA. For community students, the Two-way Church Match is up to $1,000; up to $500 of church aid will be matched by FA. This aid is renewable. Applications are available at the Business Office.

For complete scholarship guidelines and application procedures, contact

Financial Aid Guidelines
Students on financial aid may be required to work in the FAI summer program according to needs. Upon returning to school the next school year, the student must show proof of summer employment in order to continue receiving financial aid. By policy, FA does not grant financial aid to international students.

Financial Aid Form

*A student who is on financial aid and is fired (or quits) his/her job or receives major discipline will forfeit his/her financial aid, thus making the parents responsible for the full amount.

Activity Scholarships (up to $800) Activity scholarships are awarded based on skills/abilities in Bible knowledge, instrumental or vocal music, art, or athletics. Auditions and/or examples of abilities will be judged by FA faculty in determining the amount of each scholarship. Maximum for community students is $500 for the year. *Nonrenewable.

Academic Scholarships (up to $800 per year) Academic scholarships are awarded based on transcript GPA from the previous school year. Renewal is based on GPA. No additional application is required.

GPA Scholarships:

Gold: Cumulative GPA of 3.75 - 4.0
  • $800/yr - Dorm Student
  • $500/yr - Community Student
Silver: Cumulative GPA of 3.5 - 3.74
  • $600/yr - Dorm Student
  • $300/yr - Community Student
Bronze: Cumulative GPA of 3.25 - 3.49
  • $400/yr - Dorm Student
  • $200/yr - Community Student

Our Vision

Fletcher Academy, an independent college preparatory high school founded in 1910, exists to provide a distinctly Seventh-day Adventist education where spiritual development is bolstered with academic rigor, work skills, and character development that challenges our graduates to have a transforming influence in their world as disciples of Jesus.

Our Mission

"Educating for Eternity," Fletcher Academy is dedicated to providing our students with:

  • Spiritual experiences to enable them to become disciples of Jesus.
  • Academic experiences to prepare them for college and career.
  • Service experiences to train them to be productive workers and caring citizens.

Our Goals

Fletcher students will develop a life-long friendship with Jesus Christ and fellow-disciples.
Fletcher students will develop their ability to interrelate with others and to serve others.
Fletcher students will be recognized for academic excellence by preparing all of our students for college and career opportunities.
Fletcher students will learn the skills, values, dignity and rewards of work.
Fletcher students will progress in developing Christian qualities.
Fletcher students will follow plans to positively impact their health and wellness for life.
Fletcher students will be noticeably happy, emotionally stable, and confident.

Get in Touch

(828) 209-6800
(828) 209-6809
Email Us:
PO Box 5440 (mailing)
185 Fletcher Academy Dr
Fletcher, NC 28732
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