The First Academy’s Media page is designed to assist the media, the public, and our vendors. Press Releases can be found below, along with the Branding Guide, the school’s official downloadable logos, vendor application, and policies related to privacy, activities and usage.
Apple awarded TFA for 2022-2025 for its 1:1 iPad Program for students in grades 3-6 and 1:1 MacBook Air Program for students in grades 7-12.
Niche.com rated The First Academy as Orange County’s #1 Christian High School for 2022. Niche is considered the top school review authority.
The First Academy was awarded Best of Central Florida by CBS. Watch the full feature here.
The First Academy won a Family Favorite Award for Best Private Religious Elementary School.
Niche.com rated The First Academy as Orange County’s #1 Christian High School for 2021. Niche is considered the top school review authority. Read More
Nearpod recognizes The First Academy as a Nearpod Certified School for our innovation through Nearpod.
Niche.com rated The First Academy as Orange County’s #1 Christian School for 2020. Niche is considered the top school review authority. Read More
Thank you to the voters of Southwest Bulletin for choosing The First Academy as Orlando’s top private school.
Thank you to the voters of Southwest Bulletin for choosing The First Academy as Orlando’s top private school. Read More
Thank you to the readers of Orlando Magazine for voting The First Academy as the Best Overall Private School in 9-12, 6-8, K-5, and Preschool. Read More
Apple awarded TFA for its customized learning 1 to 1 iPad program. Read More
Thank you to SouthWest Orlando for voting TFA as Best Private School for five years running. Read More
Thank you to SouthWest Orlando for voting TFA as Best Private School for four years running. Read More
The third times a charm for The First Academy, named Best Private School 2016 by the readers of SouthWest Orlando Magazine. Read More
The First Academy received the Apple Distinguished Program for 2015-2017 for its efforts in the Upper School with the iPad 1:1 program.
Two Upper School Students received letters of distinction from the National Merit Scholars Foundation moving them forward in the scholarship program. Read More
Grab your phone, its official The First Academy’s App is now live for iOS and Android. Download today from the App Store and Google Play.
The First Academy’s Matt Eggert selected as an Apple Distinguished Educator. Learn more about this honor, as Mr. Eggert was one of 6 in the state of Florida.
Orlando Business Journal names The First Academy as top 2015 Orlando Private School.
The annual C-Level awards celebrate Central Florida’s top CIOs, COOs, CFOs, CMOs and CXOs of distinction. Mr. Chambers was selected by Orlando Business Journal for 2015.
January 08, 2015 – The First Academy is recognized by the readers and families of SouthWest Bulletin as the ‘Best Private School’ in Orlando. The First Academy also received the award for 2014. SouthWest Bulletin annually releases their reader’s choice awards full of the best businesses, places, and services in Orlando.
January 09, 2014 – The First Academy is awarded ‘Best Private School’ by SouthWest Orlando Bulletin. The First Academy rejoices at the award as SouthWest Bulletin serves the same areas that many of The First Academy families come from. This marks the first year that ‘Best Private School’ was given a category in their annual reader’s choice award.
November 19, 2013 — The Upper School at The First Academy is pleased to announce that its iPad 1:1 Program has been recognized as an Apple Distinguished Program for 2017–2019. The school has been lauded for its innovative integrations in the classroom, flexible learning environment, and correlation to improved student learning gains on standardized and AP tests scores.
“The administration and faculty at The First Academy have shown that they exhibit the five best practices of an Apple Distinguished School: visionary leadership, innovative learning and teaching; ongoing professional learning, compelling evidence of success, and a flexible learning environment,” wrote Stephanie Carullo, Apple’s Vice President of Education, in the award notification letter.
ORLANDO, Florida – The First Academy Middle School has been named a 2013 National Blue Ribbon Exemplary High Performing School, it was announced by the United States Department of Education Tuesday morning.
The First Academy is one of just 22 middle schools that were selected, and the sole middle school honoree in the state of Florida. Nationally, TFA is one of just 50 private institutions that were recognized.
We are pleased to announce that the U.S. Secretary of Education, Arne Duncan today designated The First Academy Lower School as a Blue Ribbon School for 2009.
This year, 314 public and private schools achieved this status, out of more than 120,000 public and private schools in the nation. The First Academy Lower School is one of 13 public and private schools from Florida to receive this award for excellence in education.
Graphic Standards convey guidance to the TFA Community in designing consistent products. These include but are not limited to Marketing materials, Print and Web Media, Signs, Videos and other merchandise. In addition, the guide assists approved web and graphic designers, printers, advertising agencies, Administration and approved users.
The Standards are not made to prevent creativity, but to protect our visual identity and brand. Consistent application will help to promote our school and send a positive message when done appropriately. Please reference the Branding & Graphic Standards guide for proper usage of The First Academy logos, colors, and media.
– Which logo is permissible to use
– Which file format to select
– School colors and typefaces
– Clarity and guidance pertaining to our brand
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