Christian Faith School is committed to offering families a superior Bible-based education that equips students to be socially relevant leaders who are fully prepared for higher achievement.
For over three decades, Christian Faith School has faithfully partnered with parents to train and develop young people to make a distinct and positive difference in our world.
Our annual dinner and auction, Gift of Education, will be held on Friday, May 11, 2018 at the beautiful new Federal Way Performing Arts & Events Center beginning at 5:30pm. This auction will generate funds for various school programs, including up-t-date equipment and scholarships for CFS students. We work to keep tuition and fees affordable with the goal of keeping a CFS education accessible to the communities of the South Sound area.
This event is an entertaining evening for an important cause that brings together the community to meet the needs of our students. Participation in the Gift of Education benefits the students of Christian Faith School and ultimately, the community at large.
Thank you for your interest in the students of CFS and for sponsoring as large as your capacity allows, for donating generously and for actively bidding to add to the excitement of this wonderful event.
Christian Faith School is the only pre-k-12, fully-accredited private school in Federal Way. It has one of the lowest tuition levels among private schools in the Puget Sound area and serves more than 300 students from pre-kindergarten through grade 12. About 25 young men and women graduate each year with an average of 80% moving on to 4 year universities. The educational experience of students is greatly enhanced by a low student-teacher ratio helping reach the heart and mind of each student. CFS teachers are dedicated and passionate educators who care deeply about the students’ spiritual and academic growth.
Christian Faith School welcomes students from any cultural, ethnic or socioeconomic background. Currently, students attend CFS from 23 different communities around the Puget Sound region and from many different nations. Approximately one in every 10 students receive some form of tuition assistance.