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Are you looking for a better approach to educate your child? City on a Hill is a ministry effort of FBC Fortuna that works with parents to improve as parents and to assist with the education of their children. There are two ways that this is accomplished. First, during the school year, we host bi-monthly Parent Training Classes. Second, we host weekly Co-op Classes. To learn more, continue reading below, or click the links. 

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Co-op Classes

Parent Training Classes

Mission, Vision Values, and Doctrine

City on a Hill

A community for parents of homeschoolers, private schoolers, public schoolers, and future schoolers.  

Homeschool Co-op
A cooperation of homeschooling families to help one another educate their children within a Classical Christian Education model.

Parent Classes
Bi-monthly classes for parents who take seriously the responsibility to educate their children and are passionate about Classical Christian Education. 

Music Recital

We are always looking for budding young performers who are being trained in their instrument of choice. If you are interested in performing, please submit your name, grade, instrument, and title of piece to Space is limited. You do not need to be a participant of the Parent Training Meetings or the Co-op to perform or to attend. 

Fall Music Recital |  November 23, 2024 – Saturday at 2 PM
Spring Music Recital | March 29, 2025 – Saturday at 2 PM

The recital will be held at: 
First Baptist Church of Fortuna
1976 Scenic Drive
Fortuna, CA 95540


The Gospel of Jesus Christ

We believe the Gospel of Jesus Christ as revealed in the New Testament, prophesied in the Old Testament, and proclaimed throughout all of Church history.

Narrow Doors, Tall Hallways

We limit those who may join, but we desire every participant to excel.

Male Leadership

We believe men are called to lead in the church, the home, and in government.

Parental Ownership

We believe parents (not churches, schools, or governments) are ultimately responsible for the spiritual and intellectual training of their children.

Classical Christian Education

Our common model for educating our students with a Christian worldview is through a Classical Christian Education framework.

Rigorous Learning

We believe that learning is work and therefore should be rigorous (even when it becomes harder in the logic and rhetoric years).

Winsomely Passionate Teachers

We believe students will learn to love what their teachers love.

Parents Who Love to Read and Learn

We believe a good education never ends.

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