Casey Pavilion Project

First Baptist Christian School (FBCS) is a ministry of First Baptist Church of Stuart and was founded in 1974. Currently we serve students in Kindergarten through 12th grade.  FBCS instructs in Judeo-Christian values and provides an education that thoroughly prepares our students academically and spiritually. 

The mission of First Baptist Christian School is to lead its students to a saving knowledge of Jesus and to equip them to impact their community for Christ through Kingdom Education.  We are the least expensive private school in Martin County, Florida which provides more opportunities for students to attend our school. 

In order to improve our Athletic & Youth program, we are fundraising to build the Casey Pavilion.  We currently rent off campus facilities for athletics and improvise when the weather is bad during PE.  We are grateful for the rented facilities, however, they create challenges logistically and limit the opportunities available for our students.

Mike Casey was a beloved Headmaster for the school for many years and was passionate about God, our families, education and athletics.  We are hoping to honor God as well as share our love and respect for Mr. Casey through this building project that will bear Mr. Casey's name.  Our goal is to have the funds raised by the end of 2020.

Please join us in this effort and be a part of the future!


  • Brenda Mccullers 
    • $100 
    • 38 mos
  • Rick and Karen Jackson 
    • $100 
    • 40 mos
  • Krystin Ward 
    • $20 
    • 41 mos
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Alice Johnston 
Stuart, FL
Stuart First Baptist Church 
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