Your child’s participation at school encompasses much more than academics.
At Friendship Christian School, extracurricular activities, special events, and opportunities for spiritual development are all a part of the school experience. Your child will be able to hone a variety of skills outside of the classroom, develop leadership skills, and make memories by taking advantage of these diverse opportunities.
School Supplies FAQ:
- Upper School students will receive their supply lists the first day of school along with their syllabus for each class.
- Lower School supply lists can be found here.
- FCS has partnered with Office Depot/Office Max. When you purchase your school supplies under our name or code, FCS will receive 5% back. Just tell the cashier you’re an FCS student or show them our ID (70220301). The same can be done online. If you have already purchased your supplies, click here to enter your receipt number. We appreciate your participation!
Math Team is available for students in grades 3-8. In this club, students focus on sharpening their math skills for the ACSI Math Competition and MathCon. Participation is by invitation. Please ask your teacher for more information.
Tri-M is the national high school music honor society. Friendship Christian also offers a chapter of the middle school music honors society, Tri-M Jr. Students must be enrolled in a performing arts class to be considered for membership. Upon initiation, students must choose either to perform their own solo or write a research paper on music.
Mu Alpha Theta
Mu Alpha Theta is a nationally-recognized high school math honors society. Students will gain access to resources to help them prepare for local, regional, and national math competitions. Mu Alpha Theta meeting times will be decided and announced after school starts.
Spartan Scoop is the journalism club at FCS, which takes place during the school day in the yearbook class. This group is responsible for creating the weekly newsletter, “The Spartan Scoop,” as well as the yearbook. Requirements include being enrolled in the yearbook class, strong writing skills, and optional photography skills.