Teacher, mentor, and devoted Christian Terry Richards continues to impact Fresno Christian students and staff. As Richards is currently in the hospital, students reflect on their favorite memories and stories involving their science teacher. With the family requesting no visitors, prayers would be appreciated as he recovers. As well as running the Brother to Brother program on campus, Richards is the junior high Bible and science teacher. Entering his 58th year of teaching, Richards aims to impact students for Christ and encourage them to act as people of integrity. Teaching at FCS for 19 years, Richards continues to challenge students academically and spiritually.
There is nothing better than seeing a child’s eyes light up to see Santa which is really why I love doing this so much,” DeYoung continued, “We call it Holiday Magic because there’s no other word to describe that moment and twinkle. I do this because it is a celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ. It is my personal commitment to show those that there’s a reason for the season.”
Journalist defines happiness, emphasizes importance Expressed through smiles, grins and giggles, happiness remains a foundational element in the human condition. Happiness is not only a word to describe something enjoyed, but also a feeling that one experiences. Journalist Morgan Parker, '22 explores the concept of happiness. Happiness, according to Oxford dictionary, [...]
The midterm elections just passed and the results that will likely affect students' futures is already in motion. Almost 17 percent more people voted in Fresno, CA, this year compared to 2014. The three propositions discussed in the article below are the most likely to affect high school students. Proposition 7 Morgan [...]
Since the sixth century, signatures have been used to mark a person's involvement with an agreement, document, or idea. From the Constitution to everyday permission slips, signatures are used daily and are a unique part of a person. John Hancock signed his signature bigger above all others on the Declaration of Independence. As teenagers turn the legal age of 18 years old, signatures are required by countless organizations, businesses, and government documents. Driver’s licenses, letters, checks, and more demand the use of a signature. This one autograph will be used to represent an individual for the rest of their lives.
Warnors Theater, located in downtown Fresno, celebrates its 90th anniversary with a pipe organ performance and film premiere. People from all over the San Joaquin Valley drove in to see the showcase, Oct. 20. Warnors is the gem and cornerstone of Fresno's Fulton District.
Final football home game, cheer clinic unites campus, Oct. 19 Fresno Christian defeated Orcutt Academy on the road, 45-27, Oct. 12. Senior quarterback Anthony Lonardo (No. 7) went 11 for 21, passing for 147 yards and 2 TDs. He also ran 13 times for 96 yards and 1 TD. In [...]
As students rush to write essays, some resort to a new app that has taken off in school environments. An online program called Grammarly focuses on making it “easier” for high school students, college students, and adults to write essays free of mistakes. Freshman and junior English teacher Kyle Dodson shares the positives and negatives of using a program similar to Grammarly in class. He believes students should not depend on the technology accessible to them in a classroom setting unless they are learning from it.
After singing in front of thousands in New York's Carnegie Hall in April 2018, the girl’s ensemble prepares for festival performances in LA and Santa Barbara this year. The campus’ ensemble, Bellezza, welcomes new talent and aims for the highest scores possible. Choral director Susan Ainley has high hopes for this year’s team. She believes the ensemble group name “Bellezza”, meaning “beauty” in Italian, shows how much practice is put in to create a sound of beauty.
Over 550 grandparents, joined students and faculty for the 27th annual FC Grandparents Day, Sept. 21. The guests enjoy a morning full of classroom visitations, a special chapel and lunch, with time to catch a glimpse of their grandchildren’s community.