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January 09, 2013
Fellowship Christian School students thrive while on our campus and in college because learning is taken to the next level through experiential opportunities. Below, our students and teachers provide their perspective of a few of Fellowship’s out-of-the-classroom opportunities.

Fellowship Ambassadors

Fellowship Ambassadors represents the school during special events and Admissions tours. As we serve each section of our school – elementary, middle and high – we learn and develop leadership skills. I hope to become an Army Ranger and will need strong leadership skills.

Ross Schoendorf, Junior

TREAD

Through TREAD, I have experienced and done things that have challenged me physically and spiritually. On a recent hiking trip, Mr. Hughes, our instructor, encouraged us to try to find God's fingerprint throughout nature. At the campfire that evening, we all had the opportunity to provide our own take on what we saw. I have become much more aware of the world God created while making new and stronger friendships.

-David Consoli, Senior

ES Out of the Classroom, Huntsville Space Center

Involving our students is fundamental to developing a deep love of learning. Early in the school year, we study a unit on the solar system and the history of space travel. We then go on a trip to the U.S. Space and Rocket Center and frame the experience within a Biblical perspective. In essence, when we break out of the classroom on trips like this, we are breaking down barriers to learning while deepening a student’s faith.

Christy Goar, 5th grade teacher

High Touch-High Tech Gas Blasters

High Touch-High Tech Gas Blasters

Throughout our Science Units, hands-on experiments help students gain knowledge of specific science facts. With scientists from High Touch – High Tech, students apply high-level critical thinking skills to complete the activity while learning to value each other’s opinion, handle disagreements, and learn how to communicate. This kind of experience prepares them for a great future of learning.

Margaret Ramsey, 2nd grade teacher.

Come experience Fellowship! Elementary Open House for K4-5th grades is Tuesday, January 15th at 9:30 a.m. in the Elementary School media center. Middle and High School Open House is Thursday, January 17th at 9:30 a.m. Meet in the High School Foyer.

Tours are available each Thursday morning at 10 a.m. in the High School Foyer. No tours on Thursday, April 4th.

Fellowship Christian School is located at 10965 Woodstock Road, Roswell, GA 30075. Admissions 770.641.6816.

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