KamrynSchultz

Kamryn Schultz

About Kamryn Schultz

Kamryn Schultz works as a creative dreamer by writing her first serialized novel at the start of sophomore year. Balancing fiction writing with news articles, Schultz aims to build a career in creative writing through journalism. As a senior and editor in chief, she strives to lead others through her passion for writing. She involves herself in many extracurricular activities, including CSF, singing in worship and choir, leadership and volleyball. This year she looks forward to working with The Feather staff and improving in writing and social skills. Schultz plans on majoring in Communications with a minor in Worship Ministries. This author can be reached via Twitter: schultz_kamryn This author can also be reached by via email: kamryn.schultz.2019@fresnochristian.com

Students gain experience through working in high school

By |2019-10-03T23:11:47-07:00November 9th, 2018|Features|

As much as we try to escape it, money provides a constant reminder that not everything in life comes free. As students continue to play sports, participate in activities and travel to new places, some consider getting a job to support their hobbies and plans for the future.

Redemption: Deep waters

By |2018-10-04T14:04:30-07:00October 4th, 2018|Arts & Entertainment, Books|

Senior Kamryn Schultz finishes up her serialized book titled Redemption. Chapters will be revealed every two weeks. Make sure to check back twice a month and leave comments on what you think about it. If you missed the fifteenth chapter, read Trust. Interlaken reminded me of a fairytale my mom used to read me. There were these pixies, and they were trying to reach a mountain full of treasure. And just below the mountain, resting peacefully along the shallow waters, was a lake town.

COLUMN: Calvin Crest leaders reflect on experience

By |2019-01-09T10:19:23-08:00September 27th, 2018|Column, Opinions|

Unhindered by the chance of fire, the class of 2023 received the full Calvin Crest experience. Last year, fire threatened the very lively hood of the Calvin Crest Camp. Limited to only a weekend last year the students experienced only a small portion of the whole week. This year due to a large portion of outdoor class areas burned, many different trails changed location and new material was needed. For example the Miwok village students previously experienced burned to the ground and a new Miwok village closer to the camp is in the makings of being created.

Eunie McEntee impacts cheerleader’s lives

By |2018-11-27T13:29:16-08:00September 13th, 2018|Features|

Since 1977, the FCS community has gained numerous faculty members that have influenced the school. Eunie McEntee is a staff member who went above and beyond to accomplish this. Her legacy at the school impacted students and teachers and shaped many of them into the people they are today.

BREAKING: Drama presents ‘A Night of One Acts’

By |2019-02-07T13:20:46-08:00May 18th, 2018|News|

The campus drama class is ending the year with A Night of One Acts, starring two one acts performed by junior high and high school students, May 20 and May 21. The junior high production is titled, "The Internet is Distract-- Oh Look a Kitten!" by Ian Mc Wethy, and the high school production is titled, "Check Please" by Jonathan Rand.

Blake Deffenbacher shows potential playing golf

By |2018-11-07T11:03:01-08:00May 8th, 2018|Features|

Along with balancing photography, videography and church activities, sophomore Blake Deffenbacher takes on golf as one of his daily hobbies. This being his second year on the team, he hopes to improve and become a great example for his teammates. Deffenbacher started golf at a young age, following in his father’s footsteps. He took his first lessons at six years old, under the influence of his parents. At the time his family lived in Oregon, so they sent him to a golf course near their home to practice.

MCC Relief Sale provides aid to impoverished countries

By |2018-09-26T10:29:31-07:00April 12th, 2018|Features|

Providing aid and money to impoverished countries all over the world, the Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) strives to share God’s love and compassion through relief, development and peace. The organization put on their annual West Coast Mennonite Relief Sale at Fresno Pacific University, which raises over 200,000 dollars for their cause, April 6-7.