Changing the normal chapel routine, the tech team turned worship team strikes again, playing the song "Real Love," by Hillsong Young and Free, March 19.
Alumni, parents and Fresno Christian suppoters gather for the 36th annual FC Auction in the FC gym, March 9. The night consisted of a silent auction, live auction, raffles, and dinner, with the theme 'Going Places.'
Families, friends, alumni, and supporters of Fresno Christian will gather for the 36th annual FCS auction, March 9. This year’s theme, ‘Going Places’ focuses on the school’s future and ways students contribute to their communities. The past of Fresno Christian has had a huge effect on it's future. The dream for a quality Christian school for Fresno began in 1970 when pastors and educational leaders met with a united vision to consider the possibility of establishing a Christian school. Seven churches in the Fresno area agreed to set aside denominational differences to support the vision for a school that would not compromise God’s word, or settle for anything less than the pursuit of excellence in the classroom. Classes began in 1977 with 135 students in grades K-6. Today over 600 students are enrolled Kindergarden through 12th grade. Since then Fresno Christian has sent more than 98% of it's students students to 89 colleges around the world, including Harvard and Oxford.
This is the 24th episode of FC Underground, 2018-’19, covering the week of March 4– March 8, 2019. FC Underground is a video series of weekly announcement videos, starring your hosts Logan Lewis, ’20, and Hannah Villines, ’21, with the purpose of informing the students and campus community members about school events. This week's announcements include information [...]
With the 36th annual FCS auction just around the corner, plans for the big night get finalized while Fresno Christian continues to build on the theme, 'Going Places.' The event will be held in the FC gym, March 9, starting at 5 p.m.
Each year, the valley of Yosemite National Park fills with tourists looking to admire the annual 'Firefalls'. Nature lovers travel from both out of the state and out of the country in hopes of catching a glimpse of this natural wonder.
Over 350 students gather in the Old Administration Building (OAB) on the campus of Fresno City College for the third annual High School Journalism Conference from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., Feb. 22.