TALENT SHOW & ART SHOWCASE
A time for the FCA family & friends to celebrate the many gifts and talents that God has showered upon our children. Students share their talents in dance, singing, playing instruments, gymnastics and acting, to name just a few! In addition to the talent show, an art gallery is set up to exhibit the creative art work completed by FCA students during the year.
FCA families come together at the beginning of the year for a fabulous outdoor event, usually hosted by an FCA family. Kids enjoy hay rides, face painting, pumpkin decorating and roasting marshmallows by an open fire! Adults also enjoy good homemade chili (and other yummy foods) while getting to know FCA teachers, staff and other families.
FCA students enjoy a full-day of fun & friendly sporting events at the end of the school year! This event is supported by parent volunteers and includes events such as noodle hockey, relay races, wheel-barrel races, kickball, and a variety water games. The event is typically held at a local park and includes a time of worship and a picnic lunch at the end of the day. An FCA favorite for sure!
DONUTS WITH DADS
FCA recognizes that dads are a critical part of the homeschool experience. Donuts with Dads is a time where dads can take a break from their busy day and spend time having breakfast with their sons & daughters with other like-minded men. Of course, donuts are served, along with juice and coffee for all to enjoy!
MUFFINS WITH MOMS
A sweet time in the fall where moms have a little breakfast with their kids at FCA. Muffins, fruit, coffee and juice are served by volunteers---no donuts allowed (reserved for “Donuts with Dads).
LATIN "TESTUDO" DAY
A definite favorite among FCA students! During the year, our Latin instructors, Mr. Crampton and Mr. Raymond, teach the 3rd-6th grade students about Roman culture and specifically about the military formation called the “Testudo” or “the turtle”. For this special day, students prepare shields to be used to replicate these formations and to “go into battle” against the Kindergarten-2nd grade (the Barbarians). Check out the pictures of this fun re-enactment!