Go Eagles! With numerous sports, including 16 varsity sports, several junior varsity sports, 12 middle school sports, and club sports such as the Fishing club, Clay Target Shooting, and eSports, FCS student athletes compete for the glory of God and practice good sportsmanship on and off the field.
Whether your child is interested in tinkering with the STEM Club or campaigning for change on the Student Council, there is likely a club or organization at FCS to help them further develop their skills and build their confidence. Even students in elementary school can get involved outside of school hours — grades 3-5 have opportunities to participate in robotics and coding after school.
Forming healthy relationships is critical, which is why we offer intentional experiences for students to form strong bonds as both peers and mentors. Each freshman is paired with a Senior Buddy to help the transition into high school. Fifth graders spend a day with the middle schoolers to help prepare them for the move to the Upper School. Middle schoolers spend time in small groups led by a teacher/mentor to talk about real life topics and apply Biblical wisdom.
Music starts as early as preschool, and beginning in grade 5, students can participate in band, chorus, or orchestra. For those with a passion for performing, productions are put on every fall and spring and are open to upper school students. Several drama classes are offered as electives as well. The visual arts are explored through different mediums, including drawing, painting, and sculpture.
At FCS, Christian education doesn’t begin and end in the classroom – it’s incorporated into everything we do. Students participate in weekly chapel services, worshiping with their peers, and hearing from selected speakers. Some of the most popular clubs on campus are dedicated to particular Christian causes or values, such as Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) or Missions Team.
On our campus, you’ll find future leaders inspiring others through the pursuit of excellence in academics, service, performances, and athletics. We are all part of a connected, Christ-centered community here. Our youngest learners start forming friendships on the playground or during circle time, while our older students are engaging with each other at sporting events, retreats, and senior trips.
Serving others is central to FCS’s culture and community. From school-wide initiatives such as Operation Christmas Child to student organizations such as the Interact Club, our campus community regularly gives their time and talents to help others in need.
Before and After Care
Busy families need to know their child is not only taken care of, but also actively learning and participating in constructive activities. Our before and after care provides care starting as early as 6:30am and continuing until 6:00pm. Students enjoy age-appropriate activities, homework assistance, outdoor play, and snack time.
Everyone from the administration to the bus drivers has the heart of every student as their number one priority. In addition to an amazing education, starting in pre-k3, they teach the importance of manners, obedience, and self-control. They continue these lessons throughout the child’s education. I love sending my children to a school where the teachers genuinely care about them! There is no other school in the area quite like FCS!
KAREN SMITH, FCS PRESCHOOL & ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PARENT
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High school students and their families have support from our dedicated guidance department for college, career, and life planning.
A life-long love of learning begins in our FCS library as students have access to resources, books, DVDs, and more, to aid them in their research and reading.
Beginning in kindergarten with access to devices and tools, FCS students learn to use technology consciously and responsibly. In addition, coding is introduced as early as grade 3 with students competing as early as grade 7.