Apart from the Biblically-integrated curriculum and faith-filled teachers, we have intentional ways of helping students grow in their relationship with Christ. Weekly chapel and continual missions projects allow kids to act on their belief and spend time in worship with the Lord. Spiritual life is woven into all that we do as it shapes our learning, conversations and the way we treat one another.
With a yearly average record of over 7,000 hours of community service fulfilled, it’s no wonder why FCS students have a heart for service. We have five clubs dedicated to serving the community. Students work with organizations like the Rotary Club and visit the Presbyterian Home to build relationships and serve the disabled. Serving others helps us develop servant leaders.
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.
FCS has many long standing and newer traditions that make our school special. Be sure to mark your calendars. Students and staff enjoy and look forward to these each year. These fun events build relationships among our upper and lower schools as well as campus wide. We love to stand together in Christ through engaging and memorable experiences that foster unity and school spirit.
Why is FCS special? Some of our student ambassadors answer the question.
From middle school to high school was kind of a weird transition for me. What I liked about FCS was that even though I felt a little bit insecure… my friends, and teachers – I had a close relationship with them – and it really helped me get through.FCS Upper School Student
[Worship team] has been a really amazing opportunity. It’s taught me to lead and taught me the importance of spiritual growth.FCS Upper School Student