A choral exchange unites Bellezza ensemble, students of Fresno Christian, and the advanced choir of Berean Christian School, Jan. 16. Gathering together in the music suite, the two choirs learned from each other as they listen to unfamiliar voices and song selections.
On Nov. 13 in room 508 in building 5 from 3rd to 5th period there will be a CSU application workshop for any seniors interested in applying for or getting assistance from a CSU rep about what college they want to attend. Students will be able to have assistants from admissions rep from the CSU system. They will help the seniors with making sure their applications are free of any errors and to answer any questions the seniors might have.
Campus JH choir, Cantiamo and Bellezza to perform Boasting 65 members this year, choral director Susan Ainley anticipates her group's first fall choral concert, Oct. 22 at 7 p.m. in the Peoples Church auditorium. Ainley works to prepare her ladies ensemble group, Bellezza, high school choir, Cantiamo and her junior high choir group. Director Susan Ainley will [...]
What do an entire beef cow, a signed Derek Carr Raiders jersey, or a trip for two aboard a Fresno PD helicopter have in common? They were all sold at the FCS auction. With hundreds in attendance, Fresno Christian hosted the 35th annual auction on March 10, 2018. Although recently undergoing a triple bypass heart surgery, Superintendent Jeremy Brown hosted the event, and Chuck Trogdon was the master of ceremonies. Joel Bleeker is a professional auctioneer and he led the live auction.
This year the theme of FC’s homecoming is ‘Homecoming for Humanity,’ Oct. 6. This year floats are focused on nonprofits and the class to raise the most money for their selected organization wins. Leading up to homecoming, The Feather will post updates on the floats from each class. The float themes selected are; freshmen, Miss Winkles, sophomores, Lanna Coffee, juniors, Hume Lake and seniors, Red Cross.
With the school year nearing it's end, many students are preparing for upcoming finals in their classes. Along with them, students in student leadership are also preparing various end of the year events and celebrations. School officially gets out on May 26. Alexander Rurik is a freshmen leader in student leadership. Rurik hopes to bring awareness to the environment through the celebration of Earth Day. This year Earth Day will be celebrated from April 18 to the 22.
Homecoming has been a nationwide tradition for numerous years. One of the many things included in homecoming are the floats. Each high school grade builds a float in an attempt to impress a set of judges and hopefully take first place. The class of 2017 hopes to take first place this year after coming so close in previous years. Nick LeBlanc, ‘17, has high hopes for this year and is determined to win.
With his second year at FCS already underway, superintendent Jeremy Brown looks forward to continuing to see the student body grow in their relationship with Christ. Brown will be sharing his vision for our school with the parents of the students here at FC, Sept. 22. Brown will be informing parents about the recent changes and building improvements that have been made to the school as well as telling parents his goals for the students this year.
Girls are encouraged to select their Sadie Hawkins date and ask them out for a day of fun at the Great America theme park. As a new fall date for the annual Sadies approaches quickly, many girls on campus are gearing up to ask their date. This year, campus students will travel [...]
The ladies' ensemble and the high school choir traveled to Bass Lake for their 2nd annual music retreat, Aug. 29. Twenty-two music students packed their bags to begin a retreat full of excitement and new friendships. The idea came for a retreat when Susan Ainley, ensemble and choir teacher, became the new instructor last school year.