New Elementary School Update – April 2020

FCS Families, While you are busy navigating the online learning process at home, the construction team is hard at work on your new school! They are working diligently to make sure that you have a fresh, beautiful building to call home once we are together again.  We are praying for the construction team’s safety every day and we ask that

Wise Words from Our Senior – Savannah Webb

For the past few weeks now, I haven’t been able to shake the feeling that I’m missing out on something. I suppose I’ve felt cheated out of “the high school experience.” I’ve repeatedly dwelt on everything I won’t get to do—Senior Gala, Disney, Graduation. Even the thought of not finishing the summer countdown on VH’s board crossed my mind. All

Lower School Building Update

Here’s a quick update on the status of the new Lower School building and site improvements at the Thornton Rolling Road campus. Work on the new building continues at a steady pace and it is exciting to see the building come together so rapidly. Here are a few of the latest highlights. ·The concrete floor has been poured and utilities

40 Stories for 40 Years – Superintendent, Rick Yost

While he was born at Naval Air Station Jacksonville in Florida, Mr. Yost’s family moved to upstate New York when he was seven. Answering God’s call to serve as missionaries in Brazil, his parents made the move to attend seminary. The family crammed all four kids into a small car and loaded a 4’x 6’ Uhaul with only some clothes

40 Stories for 40 Years – Former FCS Board Member: Robert “Bob” Duffy

We were saddened by the recent passing of longtime FCS board member, Bob Duffy. Bob was a true model of a servant-leader. In his eulogy on Wednesday, September 25, 2019, superintendent Rick Yost, highlighted how Bob’s focus on the eternal impacted so many for the cause of the Gospel. “Bob Duffy had a deeper and more genuine sense of eternity

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

40 Stories for 40 Years – What the Lord Has Entrusted: Why We Give

Kevin Woods, a retired USAF officer and pilot, husband of 27 years, and father of multiple Fredericksburg Christian School graduates, sat down with us to share what FCS means to him and his family. Kevin and his wife, Val, are treasured members of the FCS family. Kevin sits on the board of FCS, and Val worked as a school nurse at

40 Stories for 40 Years – High School Retreat

40 Stories for 40 Years High School Retreat The annual high school retreat is an FCS tradition that dates back to 1991. Every year, the entire high school student body, along with high school teachers and other staff members, kicks off the school year by piling into buses and heading out for two jam-packed days of fun and fellowship. With

40 Stories for 40 Years – The FCS Story of HIS Story – Gary and Andy Foss

In 1979, a small group of committed Christian parents had a vision of a non‑denominational Christ‑centered school in the Fredericksburg area. While there was interest in the local community of believers, it was difficult to organize any kind of ongoing structure to move forward. At the same time, a local public school elementary principal–turned Director of Special Education–was becoming increasingly