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Re-Opening Plan 2020-2021

Instruction models

In-person: We plan on opening school for full in-person instruction. This document largely
addresses that scenario.

Remote: If local or state authorities close the school we will switch to a remote instruction

Grades 6-12 will access lessons, submit assignments and take quizzes and tests online. Teachers
will employ a mix of recorded and live instruction.

Grades Pr-K-5 will utilize packets of work sent home on a biweekly basis. They will also be
engaged in recorded and live instruction through Google Meet and Zoom.

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The Bible is the Word of God, revealing to us the Person and will of God and is, therefore, the basis for all Christian education at FLCS. Our goal is to assist the home and family in nurturing mature, well-rounded, Christ-like individuals, so teaching and training are done from a Godly and Biblical perspective. We are committed to achieving academic excellence, instilling a practical knowledge of the Word of God and, as staff, exhibiting for our students a life lived in the Spirit.


Not only does the school enable her to excel academically, but she is being taught God’s Word by teachers and staff that have similar beliefs and values as our own. FLCS has consistently brought out the best in her.

Parent of a 4th grader

Having graduated from Finger Lakes Christian School after attending for 10 years, I can without a doubt say that my faith and walk with Jesus Christ wouldn’t be where it is today without the years I spent there. It shaped me into the man I am today and allowed me to build my foundation on rock rather than sand.

2015 graduate, studying forestry

Both of our children graduated from FLCS and went on to colleges of their choice. What a blessing to know that they were being prepared – academically and spiritually – to survive in a secular and sometimes hostile world

Parent of two graduates