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Letter from the University of Missouri

July 14, 2010 by  
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Educating Tomorrow’s Leaders

Office of Admission and Student Financial Assistance
106 Parker Hall
1870 Miner Circle
Rolla, MO 65409-1060
Telephone: 573-3414165
Toll Free: 1-800-522-0938
FAX: 573-341-4082
www. urn

April 10,2000

Dr. P. Gates
Faith Christian Academy
864 Poplar Creek Rd.
Oliver Springs, TN 37840

Dear Dr. P. Gates:

Thanks for continuing to send us … Read the rest...

Excerpt of a wonderful letter from Anne Pearcy

July 14, 2010 by  
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Hi Dr. Cates!

Thank you for completing Colin’s grades so quickly. Yes, you certainly may quote our comments on his ACT scores. But may I add a couple of things? Not only was Colin not generally a good tester, but he was definitely weak in English. The curriculum you recommended for him this year (which was very heavy in language … Read the rest...

Two Students of Faith Christian Academy Receive Governor’s Award!

July 14, 2010 by  
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Faith Christian Academy and Dr. Paul Cates is proud to announce that two of our Students, Joseph “David” Starbuck and Sarah Haley will be receiving awards from the Governor of Tennessee. This award is the Outstanding Homeschool Student Award.

There are only fourteen Students in the entire State to receive this reward and only two from this region.

David and … Read the rest...

Read This! An essay from one of Dr. Cates’s graduates introduced by a letter from his mother!

July 14, 2010 by  
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March 20,2000

Dear Dr. Cates:

I have enclosed James’ graduation announcement (We are unable to attend the graduation in Pigeon Forge). James borrowed a cap & gown from Kathy Hayes.

For one of the many scholarships that James applied for, he had to write n essay on an educator or a person who has influenced his life the most. I … Read the rest...

A letter from a mother: OUR STORY

July 14, 2010 by  
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July 30,2001

Teaching our children is an incredible and sometimes overwhelming call. With my first child I did not always recognize a problem, but in looking back, can I say that the first sign of difficulty was in nursing.

At age two, the pediatrician wanted his speech evaluated for precautionary measures. The earliest label was a speech delay with an … Read the rest...

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