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No Minimum Balance
No Monthly Service Fee
For Ages 12-22
Father and son smiling on the home couch as they enjoy the benefits of an FSCB Student Checking Account

Give the gift of financial independence by refining your teen’s money management skills.

Build a foundation for your child’s financial success by opening a student checking account with FSCB. Receive live updates on your teen’s account to monitor spending habits with 24/7 online access and text message notifications.

Their future finances will thank you.

Aspiring account holders can sign up as early as 12 years old. The earlier you teach your child financial education, the sooner they can start managing their own money. Our banking experts will walk your family through everything you need to know to help your teen spend and save smarter.

Stop by your nearest FSCB branch with your parent or guardian to get started. 

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Manage your money with competence and confidence.

24/7 Availability

With both online and mobile access to your bank account available 24/7, you can reliably manage your budget and monitor funds without missing a beat.

Access to over 40,000 ATM's Coast to Coast

As part of the MoneyPass network you can avoid pesky ATM fees when using your FSCB Student Checking Account. 

ATM Locator

No Monthly Fees

Often, maintaining a bank account comes with a monthly maintenance fee (or multiple fees). Our student checking accounts boast zero monthly service charges.

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