FCS Alumni Connect - A New Way to Stay Connected

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FCS wants to give back to its alumni! Join this online network, to stay in touch with old friends, connect with new ones, find jobs or recruit for your company, support you with prayer and encouragement, and inform you of reunions and other events of interest.

Sign up by typing your name, then select the record that corresponds to you. Add a password and then activate your account. If your record does not show, please continue the process and create a new one. (This means we did not have your contact information in the system.)  Or you can sign in with Facebook, Google, or LinkedIn. Click here for detailed instructions.

* Please be mindful of our FCS Community Guidelines for posting or creating content.

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Lower School – Moving Day!

40 Stories for 40 Years FCS Alum: Mike Donehey

FCS Alum: Mike Donehey “Mike played sports, participated in the arts, and made life-long friendships during his time at FCS. “Graduating with over 60 friends who’ve you known since you were five was a pretty incredible experience too when I think about it. Not a lot of people can say that. I would say I probably felt more grounded than

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FCS Alumna Teacher and The Last Great Race®

March can be a tough time of year for teachers.  The kids are tired.  Teachers are tired.  The routine has become a bit mundane – how about the Last Great Race®? But for FCS teacher alumna, Heidi Montague Sloan, and her 5th grade students, March is something to look forward to. The Last Great Race®! And next school year this event

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Why Settle 3,400 Miles Away?

You never know how much influence you may have on a person. Or how many people or cultures that could be impacted by that influence. This is the case with Jesse Zimmerman ’07, who has settled 3,400 miles away from his hometown of Fredericksburg, VA.

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A Life Forever Changed

A J Addison’s (’13) story started out like many others – he was struggling in school and his future wasn’t looking bright. His mother made a decision that will forever change his life.

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Please contact the High School office at 540-371-3852 to help you with this process.
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