Last year, the Sierra Chieftains defeated the Eagles early in playoffs, and this season, the teams met again this season in the championship for the D6 valley title. The Eagles arrived at Rawhide Stadium with confidence and a drive to win their school’s first baseball valley championship. In extra innings, the Eagles were able to hold their lead over the Chieftains and win the championship.
This year is the 36th annual FC graduation which will take place tomorrow, May 25. The event will take place in the People's Church main auditorium and will start at 7 pm.
Multi-schooler, Michael Cliff, ‘17, fired a career-best of 65 at Lemoore Golf Course Wednesday, May 3, to capture his fourth consecutive individual championship. Cliff's total for the 36-hole championship was 134, allowing him to better runner-up Arjun Gill of Fowler by 48 shots. The championship for Cliff comes just three weeks after he won the Len Ross Fresno City Junior Amateur Golf, contested over four rounds during spring break. He won that tournament by seven shots over some of the area best junior golfers, including Hanford's Lane Pulliam, who will join Cliff as a freshmen on the Fresno State men's golf team for the 2017-18 season.
The Feather brings its readers weekly FC campus announcements published the first day of each week. This week coverage is from May 15 - 19, 2017. As the sports schedule gets underway, consider supporting JH and HS athletes at our home games. The week's athletic events are listed in the weekly announcements below.
With the end of the year right around the corner, teachers have begun handing out their finals to students. Some teachers give out tests but others choose to go with projects. DODx is the project teacher Kyle Dodson charges his English 11 class to complete. Dodson bases this idea off the famous company that hosts regularly scheduled educational seminars called TED Talks. This multi million dollar company which was founded in 1984 continues to host local events with their outreach program called TEDx. TEDx is a similar seminar to the main TED talks but is hosted in more local cities.
Science students in A.P. biology and zoology had the unique opportunity to get up close to the animals they are studying on a trip to Project Survival's Cat Haven, May 4. Although the temperature was reaching the high 90’s, the students enjoyed the opportunity to explore nature outside of the classroom. Cat Haven is similar to a animal sanctuary, but specializes in education and the preservation of wild cats. They also help raise funds for conservation efforts to save endangered cats. The president of Project Survival’s Cat Haven, Wendy DeVos, believes it is important to save cats before they become extinct. “A lot of people come here thinking it’s just a sanctuary for abused and abandoned cats, but this place really focus on trying to help what’s happening in the wild and to help different cat species survive in the wild,” DeVos said. “We try to send money to conservations. About one third of our income we try to designate for that, that’s what I want people to know, that we have a great education program and that’s important to take care of God’s creatures.” After getting off of the bus, students were brought into a room where they were taught how to identify different animals by examining their skulls. Students were also taught how different cats used different abilities to stalk their prey or avoid being eaten by other animals.
Campus clinic draws new cheerleaders Clinics are May 11 and 12 from 6-8 p.m. Tryouts are May 13 at 9 a.m. Tryouts for the Fresno Christian varsity cheer team (2017-2018) begin as the coaches and incoming seniors prepare for the year ahead. The clinic on Thursday and Friday will teach those participating a cheer and [...]
The Feather brings its readers weekly FC campus announcements published the first day of each week. This week coverage is from May 8 - 12, 2017. As the sports schedule gets underway, consider supporting JH and HS athletes at our home games. The week's athletic events are listed in the weekly announcements below.
While many students tend to search outside of their hometown for colleges, attending local colleges can have many benefits. For students living in Fresno, there are several local colleges they should consider in their search for the right school. Two of the most popular local universities are Fresno State and Fresno Pacific University. The CSF program (California Scholarship Federation) is offering students the opportunity to tour these local campuses this Thursday, April 27. This will be the second college trip offered by CSF this year. During the first semester, students toured several colleges in southern California including UCLA and USC.
With the continuation of Moore’s Law, the concerns of climate change and the ever-changing global economy, many find it difficult to understand many of the complex issues generated by these matters. However, Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist and renowned author, Thomas L. Friedman, tackles these three issues in his latest book, Thank You for Being Late: An Optimist's Guide to Thriving in the Age of Accelerations.