Fresno Christian Schools officially closed campus March 13 due to the global COVID-19 pandemic and California state shelter in place mandates. Amid the times of uncertainty, Fresno Christian staff and students continue to uplift and stay connected, spreading positivity and encouragement.
Due to the recent developments of COVID-19, Fresno Christian's administration decide to cancel the live auction, March 14. Starting April 1, members of the FC community are able to financially support the school through an online auction, starting April 1.
Seniors, Wesley Hinton and Ethan Hamm host another episode of FC Underground in an empty school, March 24. This is the 23rd episode of “FC Underground, 2019-‘20,” covering the week of March 24 - March 30, 2020. This week, seniors Ethan Hamm and Wesley Hinton are hosting FC Underground yet again. FC Underground is [...]
Seniors, Ethan Hamm and Wesley Hinton continue to host FC Underground with the help of fellow guests. This is the 22nd episode of “FC Underground, 2019-‘20,” covering the week of March 10 - March 17, 2020. This week, seniors Ethan Hamm and Wesley Hinton are hosting FC Underground. FC Underground is a weekly that [...]
This is the 21st episode of “FC Underground, 2019-‘20,” covering the week of March 3 – March 10, 2020. This week, seniors Ethan Hamm and Wesley Hinton are hosting FC Underground.
Congratulations to the Fresno Christian boys basketball team for winning the 2020 CIF Central Section Division V Valley Championship! No. 2 seed FC defeats the No. 1 seed, Fowler, 76-73, in double overtime at the Selland Arena, Feb. 28.
Roughly 200 Fresno Christian students and staff left the classroom to serve in many different parts of Fresno and it's surrounding areas for FC Serve Day, Feb 27, 2020. The day was planned in partnership with Every Neighborhood Partnership (ENP) Fresno. Five buses filled with FC students left in the morning after second period to west Fresno to clean graffiti, Medical Ministries International, Cross City Christian Church, Storyland, Discovery Center, Reading Heart, and other various parks. Students did many jobs including weeding, raking, digging, painting over graffitied walls, and sorting medical supplies.
After defeating Parlier, 78-65, in the semi-finals on Tuesday, Feb. 25, Eagles advance to Selland for the CIF Central Section Division V Championships, Feb. 28.