Fellowship Baptist Academy is a fundamental Christian secondary school on Western Visayas founded in 1954 by a group of Baptist lay-leaders, ministers and missionaries of the Visayan Fellowship of Fundamental Baptist Churches. It is sectarian, non-stock, non-profit educational institution. Aside from student fees, it exists mainly upon benevolent donations from Fundamental Baptist churches organization, individual Christians and later from the alumni and its organization.

It opened in 1954 with an enrollment of 212 students. It faithfully carried out its mission. In 1957, Fellowship Baptist Academy was given government recognition. Today, graduates of the school have spread far and wide not only in the Philippines but in other countries. Some leaders are occupying sensitive positions in various fields of human endeavors. Some accepted the highest calling as ministers, evangelists and missionaries here and abroad.

Aware of the need for educational expansion of our Christian youths, decisive steps were taken by the administration to convert the school into a full-fledge college. The long cherished dream was at last realized. For with the Lord nothing is impossible.

In June 1982, the school operated a post-secondary course in Midwifery. The following year, it opened two degree courses which are Bachelor of Science in Business administration and Bachelor of Arts. Upon conferring the government recognition to these two courses, DECS acted favorably in school year 1989-1990 on the change of the status of the school from "Academy" to "College". Additional courses were later offered such as BSED, BEED, BSA, BSN, AAS, HA, PA, Caregiver, Two-Year and One-Year Computer courses. If the Lord tarries, FBC will offer more courses.

The school stands true to its commitment: To win Souls for Christ till He comes.


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Learn how to join our institution

Admission to Fellowship Baptist College is open to all students who have complied with all the requirements for admission required by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED), the Technical Education, Skills and Development Authority (TESDA) and the school.

Students with a sincere desire to abide by the rules and regulations of the College are welcome to the Fellowship Baptist College. But the school reserves the right to refuse admission to applicants or require the withdrawal of students whose presence poses a threat or a hindrance to its normal operation.

In determining the admission of applicants, consideration shall be given to past scholastic records, character and the applicants, acceptance of the Mission Statement and all policies, procedures, rules, and regulations of the College.


The following are the list of requirements for admission:
  • Placement Exam Result + 1 Photocopy
  • Form 138 A + 1 Photocopy
  • Certificate of Good Moral Character + 1 Photocopy
  • NCAE Certificate of Rating + 1 Photocopy
  • 2 pcs. Photocopy of Birth Certificate (by NSO)
  • 2 pcs. Photocopy of Marriage Certificate (female only if married)
  • 2 pcs. 2 x 2 and 1 x 1 ID Pictures
  • 2 pcs. Long Brown Envelope


FBA-FBC Alumni Association, Inc. Officers

Grace Ann J. Mendoza

Pastor Ebenezer E. Varon
Vice President

Gina Lisa B. Ramos

Rev. Enrico E. Resano

Joel T. Rufin

Joshua M. Ormeo

Revel J. Almaiz

Dr. Roselle P. Serna

Jun John P. Calamay

Angel A. Sumadia

Alma Ruth M. Maravilla

Timothy A. Gargantiel

Engr. Japheth R. Mapa

Board of Trustees

Pastor Glenn T. Repique
Alumni Coordinator


All about our researches and the person behind it

Research Department was established in the year 2005. Though young, yet, Fellowship Baptist College aspires for exemplary performance and outstanding results as it strives to be an effective instrument of the institution in improving the quality of people's life through its relevant research and extension programs and projects. Fellowship Baptist College also adopts the progressing evolution of scientific knowledge and technological skills to meet the ever-changing and dynamic needs of the present society thereby contributing to development and advancement of the human race in general, hence, the need for a College Research Center.