FBCS STUDENT LIFE

Student Life is very busy at FBCS!  Lots of clubs to choose from as well as many extracurricular and school activities.

*View this gallery link to get a glimpse of events at FBCS: https://lightvalueimages.shootproof.com/gallery/fbcs2023-2024 

This link will expire on July 31, 2024. Stay tuned for updated images for the 2024-2025 school year

Celebrating Veterans & First Responders, Thanksgiving, Christmas, 50’s day and, of course, Homecoming, just to name a few! Creating a Community with memories to last a lifetime!

Students attend Chapel every Wednesday.  It’s the best part of the week! Family & friends are welcome to attend, 8:15 – 9:00 am.  We meet every Wednesday, unless otherwise specified.  See you then!

Many events throughout the year:

  • High School Retreat

  • College Colors Day

  • 1st Responders

  • Grandparents Day

  • STEM/STEAM Events

  • Game Nights (7th – 12th)

  • Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter Celebrations

  • Homecoming

  • 50’s Day

  • Dr. Seuss Day

  • field trips

  • community involvement

  • Jr. Ring Ceremony

  • Graduation

  • and more!

Good News Club (1st – 5th grades)

Meets on Mondays, after school until 5pm.

Kids Club (1st grade)

Fun crafts & activities meeting once a month.

Character Club (2nd – 3rd grades)

4-H Club (4th – 5th grades)

Senior Beta – for students in 9th-12th grades.

Sr. Beta members serve in the school and community in many ways.

Junior Beta Club is for students in 6th-8th grade who maintain an average of B or higher, who demonstrate character, service and leadership.

Congratulations to our Jr. Beta Club!!! We were proud to honor your school’s dedication and commitment to academic excellence.  We have been named a National Beta School of Merit.

Student Activity Council

7th – 12th grade representatives from each class

National Art Honor Society – 9th – 12th grade

Creating beautiful things for the school, the community and self!

Rocket Club (9th – 12th grades)

FBCS is “Dually Accredited through ACSI and AdvancED” and open to all students regardless of race, color and ethnic or national origin.
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