Carston Saelzler

About Carston Saelzler

“Great moves of God are usually preceded by simple acts of obedience,” Steven Furtick. After a 2014 trip to a ranch in Colorado, Carston Saelzler, ‘21 plans on developing his own horse and cattle ranch in Southern California, by attending Cal Poly and pursuing a degree in agriculture. Besides pursuing his entrepreneurial dreams Saelzler also enjoys engaging in the lives of young kids and teens in the central valley area. Saelzler combines both of these passions by volunteering at Abundant Life Horse Ranch, where they use horses to teach young students important life lessons and good Christian values. Saelzler has also enrolled in high school leadership, he plans on being an encourager and an example to students young and old at FCS. Last year as a freshman, Saelzler who loves to play basketball had the incredible opportunity to play varsity basketball at FCS. This school year he looks forward to being a light on his team while hopefully getting a championship ring. Saelzler is a two year journalist at The Feather Online and enjoys the knowledge and the opportunities that it has presented. In his free time you can find him hanging out with his friends and loving on his dog, Roscoe.

Journalist explores the concept of community

By |2018-11-24T19:40:29+00:00November 24th, 2018|Features, Top 5|

What is community? Community is defined in the dictionary as; a group of people living in the same place or having a particular characteristic in common. But I would argue that community is much more than a group of people hanging out together. Community is a feeling you receive when you're in fellowship with someone with a purpose. Community is more than just an idea it is an emotion. Community is what forms friend groups at school to national governments. Every human being on this earth has a purpose. Whether that is a career in the workplace or raising a family everyone is here for a reason. Human bodies aren't meant to do life alone. Our minds naturally want to be a part of something. This applies to all ages. For a high schooler, there are many different things we strive to be or be a part of.

BREAKING: Feather journalist travels to Israel

By |2018-11-24T16:52:38+00:00November 24th, 2018|Home Feature 1, International, News|

Israel is identified as the “Holy Land” by Jews, Christian and Muslims. According to Tourism Ministry a record 2.1 million people visited Israel in the first half of 2018. Israel is not only a religious destination but also a vacation and business spot. The Dead Sea and the beaches of Tel Aviv attract many vacationers. Religious destinations are the main attractions though for study tours and other church focused trips. The Well Community Church has made over 9  trips to Israel. Teaching pastors take a group of people on a twelve day experience around the country, discovering ancient cities and the foundation that the Christian church was built on.

BREAKING: 44th annual ClovisFest, Oct. 27-28

By |2018-11-02T11:53:05+00:00October 25th, 2018|Home Feature 1, News|

Old Town Clovis to host family fun, diverse cultural experience The 44th annual free Table Mountain Casino ClovisFest is about to kick off this weekend in Old Town Clovis. Exotic foods, stimulating smells, and rich culture will fill the streets of downtown Clovis, Oct. 27-28. Thousands will flock to Old Town Clovis to participate in [...]

BREAKING: Sophomores travel to Los Angeles for MOT experience, Oct. 17

By |2018-11-07T10:52:10+00:00October 15th, 2018|News|

The sophomore class is taking a field trip to the Museum of Tolerance, located in Los Angeles, California, Oct. 17. The group of 53 students are planning to leave campus via bus at 6:30 A.M. and return that evening at 7 P.M.

Homecoming Happily Ever After: Sleeping Beauty’s Wake Up Wednesday

By |2018-11-07T10:56:14+00:00October 3rd, 2018|News|

Halfway through the 34th annual homecoming, an abundance of students showed up to campus dressed in their favorite pajamas for Sleeping Beauty's Wake Up Wednesday, Oct. 3. Dressing up earns the student's classes points, which at the end of the week will be totalled, determining the winning class.

Profile: Schultz strives for excellence on and off court

By |2018-09-28T14:40:12+00:00September 28th, 2018|Home Feature 2, Profile|

Striving to be a leader and honoring God in everything you do takes a lot of perseverance and faith. This is the type of human being Kamryn Schultz, ‘19, aims to be on the court and on campus. Schultz has been attending FCS for nine years returning after a four-year gap in sixth grade. Schultz is a senior volleyball captain, editor in chief at the Feather Online, a lead singer for the worship team, and vice president for ASB. She explains what her motivation and drive that determines to do so much.

BREAKING: Volleyball anticipates new season

By |2018-08-16T11:07:31+00:00August 16th, 2018|Fall, Home Feature 1|

Coach incorporates summer practices to prepare for games  The new school year brings new students, new memories, and new sports teams, particularly girls volleyball. The 2018-'19 FCS girls volleyball is coming off a winning season 8-2 placing them second in league standings. The team looks to this season as a challenge to bounce back from losing [...]

Broadway Aladdin combines theatrical talent with modern comedy

By |2018-05-04T09:53:37+00:00May 4th, 2018|Arts & Entertainment, Home Feature 2, Reviews|

Performed live in the New Amsterdam Theater on Broadway in New York City; Disney production Aladdin brought a classic story to life using comedy and extravagant actors. Aladdin the Disney movie was originally made in 1992. The musical has been on Broadway for four years since 2014 in the New Amsterdam Theater. The team who made the play has won over 20 Tony Awards in a collective amount.

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