The fourth annual Calvary Episcopal Preparatory Drama Club, also known as Calvary Episcopal Players, musical extravaganza of the Lion King Jr. featured 100 students in show stopping costumes and production numbers. An all-volunteer endeavor, parents, teachers, administration and community members come together to create a one of a kind school based production. Students in kindergarten through 12th grade audition and prepare for this all-encompassing show.
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Fort Bend Christian Academy teacher, Robert Mirza, is both an artist and linguist. Not only has he lived all over the globe, but he can speak, and therefore think, in seven languages. As a polyglot, Mirza has a deep appreciation of culture, aesthetics and the world as a whole.
“I started drawing with the concept of sharing an idea at age 6, and I knew the importance of learning a third language at age 7,” Mirza said.
Westlake Preparatory Lutheran Academy is having a Preview Brunch on Thursday, March 2, 2017 from 9:00am - 11:00am. This brunch is designed to give parents the opportunity to see what Westlake can offer while their students are at school. Join us at 9am on March 2 for bagels, coffee and fellowship. Stay for a brief presentation by Mrs. Gerber, Head of School, and a tour of our facility in action. Some of our current parents will be also be available during this time to give a “Parent's Perspective.” Please RSVP here.
Enrollment for the 2017-2018 school year is now open! If you have any questions, contact Venessa Homewood, Director of Admissions email@example.com
Westlake Academy is a private Christian school offering grades PreK3 – High School. At Westlake, your child is more than just a number, we believe that each student is special and unique and most of all, a beloved child of God. Each of our teachers sees their vocation as a true calling, not just a job. They know that every child is a gift from God and that He has entrusted them to provide a faith-based education that promotes spiritual growth and academic excellence. Our teachers integrate the intangibles of faith, morals, ethics and service in the classroom as each student pursues a solid academic foundation that prepares them for today, tomorrow and eternity.
"Preparing Students For Today, Tomorrow and Eternity"
Imagine a space void of background noise—no hum of the lights, no distant chatter, no clatter of heels—just silence. Now, imagine that same space were also full of life and conversation.
It may not seem possible, but for those with little to no hearing, it is. The Fort Bend Deaf Community is a gregarious group, and Tony Slate, FBCA American Sign Language teacher, has created a safe place for the community to unite in fellowship.
Creativity is all about expressing oneself. It is all about being imaginative and trying new things. There is a misconception that creativity is limited to arts, crafts, music, dance, and writing. But creativity has no bounds and can be expressed in other areas of life as well. It is sometimes assumed that children are more creative while others lack the talent. However, that is not the case and each one of us (including children) is capable of expressing ourselves in a unique way.
Three Fort Bend Christian Academy High School seniors made the pivotal decision to play a sport at the collegiate level. National Signing Day, usually the first Wednesday of February, is the first day that a high school senior can sign a binding National Letter of Intent with a school that is a member of the United States National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).
Fort Bend Christian Academy received "Best of Show" and "Gold Medal" recognitions for two years in a row for the private school division. Professional illustrator and senior at FBCA, Annalise Edwards received "Best of Show" and student Zixi (Tracy) Wang won "Gold Medal".
The Calvary Episcopal Preparatory Chapter of the National Junior Honor Society inducted new member, Max Evans, in their Fall Induction Ceremony last week. Members of NJHS are nominated, screened, and selected based on their qualifications in the areas of character, scholarship, leadership, and service. All students are well deserving and work hard for such an accomplishment.
5-time speed skating Olympic medalist, Chad Hedrick, will be sharing his testimony “Ice to Christ” at Cornerstone Christian Academy. Please join us on September 7, 2016, 10:15 AM – 10:45 AM.
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Many updates to the Fort Bend Christian Academy campus are the result of the dedication and teamwork of Boy Scouts. To complete an Eagle Scout project, the Scouts have to work up a proposal with estimates, get donations for the materials and funds from the community, gather workers and lead the group to accomplish the project.
Eagle Scout Projects on Campus