Spiritual and Academic Education in Hampton, VA

A Word from Our Pastor

"I want to welcome you to Faith Outreach Education Center. We are excited to have the opportunity to minister to your child. We believe God forms each of us and has a purpose and plan for every person. Our desire and aim is to help your child find that purpose and prepare them to fulfill it. Thank you for that opportunity. God Bless."
- Pastor Joey Hartman

Growing to Serve You

Building off the rich history of the church and the foundation of the Caskie family, our church has launched its revised mission and vision. In 2010, we accomplished a lot, from the launch of our embrace and clothing ministry to the makeover of our foyer and nursery.

In addition, our school has seen much growth and development. We know this is just the beginning, and look forward to all the things that will be accomplished at Faith Outreach.
 

Mission Statement

The Faith Outreach Education Center exists to develop students academically and to stir up their desire for God's presence and His work in their lives.

Vision Statement

At Faith Outreach, our vision is to develop students who are passionate about Christ and prepared to fulfill their God given destiny.

School Scripture

"And I am certain that God, who began the good work within you, will continue his work until it is finally finished on the day when Christ Jesus returns."
- Philippians 1:6
 
Bible Study in Hampton, VA
 

Our Education Philosophy

Faith Outreach Education Center operates with a traditional philosophy toward education. By traditional education, we hold to the following procedures and ideals:

First, the teacher is in charge of the classroom, and they are responsible for providing a structured atmosphere in which students can learn. Each teacher has the authority to administer discipline, according to our processes. Teachers are to be servant-minded and professional in manner. We ask that parents and teachers collaborate to lead students in their spiritual and academic successes.

Next, our curriculum is Bible-centered. We teach spiritual truths, morality, and patriotism. Reading is taught by phonics, while math is taught traditionally. Drill work and memorization are incorporated as key tools in instruction, especially in elementary grades. Lastly, homework is assigned regularly and expected to be completed on time.