L et students learn in a structured environment
E ducate both the student’s intellect and character
A dvocate strong parental involvement
R eady the students with the core academic skills
N urture high standards of achievement
“I was attracted to FCA because of the curriculum in the beginning. It has become so much more than that. The relationship with the parents, teachers and students is priceless. The support that the staff provides to each student can not be beat.”
– Jessica Keith
FCA is built on involved families. See how you can be a part of what is going on at our school.
The Core Virtues program is a practical, non-sectarian approach to character education.
Fort Caspar Academy was nationally recognized as a 2016 National Blue Ribbon School.
“We have been so thankful and pleased with every aspect of our daughter’s first year at Fort Caspar Academy. She has absolutely thrived. Thank you for the blessed year we already had.”
“The experience our daughter has received at FCA will most likely have a profound effect on her future academic life. We are grateful to all the amazing teachers at FCA. We are blessed to be a part of this family!”
“I love Fort Caspar Academy and am so grateful for all the hard work that the entire staff provides for our children’s education.”
Core Knowledge is a philosophy that believes that students need to learn a broad body of knowledge in order to be successful as a reader, in academics as a whole, and citizenship. Since its inception, Fort Caspar Academy has used the Core Knowledge sequence as a foundation for our curriculum content.
Fort Caspar is characterized by a structured and consistent learning environment. We achieve this in part by a behavior management system guided by our graduated “tickets”. This begins with a warning and graduates levels through a visit to the principal’s office. The system fosters accountability and helps students to be aware of and adjust their behavior when necessary. Learn more in the Parent/Student Handbook.
FCA does have dress code guidelines in addition to what NCSD requires. This includes – but is not limited to – a requirement that shirts must be tucked in and belts must be worn with pants that have belt loops. You can read more on our Dress Code page or in our Parent/Student Handbook.
Fort Caspar Academy is a public school and part of the Natrona County School District. Learn more about FCA’s history on our About Us page.
Founding principal, Norm Carroll