As the school year comes to an end, summer internships help aid future student career choices and are an important part of the high school experience. Through networking with professionals, acquiring hands-on skills and gaining self-confidence, internships allow students to define their career goals. The Feather staff traveled to Anaheim, CA for the NSPA National High School Journalism Convention, April 25-27. During the Saturday session, senior editor Addison Schultz, ‘21, and journalist Morgan Parker, ‘21, interviewed editor-in-residence for the conference Bill Elsen. A former recruiter at The Washington Post and current Sigma Delta Chi board member, Elsen discusses internships and job possibilities with students at journalism conventions and workshops.
Caleigh Alday receives the title of Miss Dance 2019 at Kar Dance competition in Fresno,California at Saroyan Theater. For her solos Alday received top scores in the first category and a $500 scholarship.
"Celebrate what's right in the world. Put yourself in the place of most potential. Transform the ordinary into the extraordinary." These words forever altered the professional perspective of Feather adviser, Kori Friesen, as a new teacher in 2002.
Ronnie Peterson expresses a long fed fire for the game of baseball. At the age of five, Peterson’s grandfather encouraged him to take part in T-ball. Now as a senior, Peterson aspires to do his very best to improve as a player.
As students journey into adulthood, they are left to start making choices. While many add to their success, sometimes decisions lead down dire paths like the tendency to stray from a focus and dedication to studies.
Choir groups perform competition pieces Alina Ochoa, '19 (let to right), Lindsay Weimer, '20, Max Hinton, '22, Braden Bell, '19 and Blake Deffenbacher, '20, display awards the high school choir department has won this year during an April practice. The Fresno Christian choral department will present their spring concert, May [...]
When I was little the doctors told my parents that I would never learn the basic skill of talking. Instead, my family worked very hard to make sure that didn’t happen. I spoke in front of the Fresno Unified School District’s Board of Education, on April 3rd, in support of Birney Elementary School’s Oral Deaf Education program. There has been talk of shutting down the oral education program at Birney and combining it with a sign based program at Norseman.
With the school year coming to an end, athletes around the campus prepare for the postseason for their sports. The Fresno Christian varsity tennis team prepares to capture its first-ever valley championship
Sophomore Jacob Hyatt is one of the outstanding athletes on the field and an intelligent student off the field. Hyatt has proved to be one of the most successful high jumpers in recent memory at Fresno Christian
Feather staffers travel to LA and arrive at Warner Bros. Studios for the five-hour Deluxe Studio Tour, April 24. As groups view backlots and walk through sound stages, they experience the Warners’ legacy that has lasted for nearly a century.