Our senior classes at FHCS may be relatively small compared to some area schools, but they certainly don’t lack in academic quality. The 2017 graduating class was made up of 3 students and their average composite ACT score was 27.7. Two of the students, both of whom attended FHCS starting in kindergarten, are attending Kansas State University on Putnam Scholarships while the third member of the class is attending Manhattan Christian College.
This year’s senior class has six students and four of them have attended Flint Hills Christian School since kindergarten. The average composite ACT score for this group of four students is an outstanding 31.5. Annual reports from ACT show FHCS seniors at 27.7 compared to a state average of 21.7. For more information see the ACT College Readiness Letter August 2017.
The Shella Surowski Memorial Scholarship Fund was established in 2016 to assist those in financial need. Ms. Surowski was a longtime Spanish teacher and guidance counselor at FHCS who touched many lives with her quick wit, loving heart and true warrior determination to help her students learn and grow. For more information, please contact Tim McDonald or call 785 776-2223.
There are two different types of endowed scholarship funds available to students at Flint Hills Christian School. The General Scholarship fund provides assistance for families needing it the most. The Cindy Blanchard Scholarship is rewarded to students in the greater Manhattan community with an outstanding academic record.
Thank you to Ms. Reynolds and all who attended the FHCS Summer Theatre Camp, June 10th-14th. The camp featured an active, hands-on workshop with students learning about and practicing various elements of theatrical performance and production.
Thank you to all who contributed to the success of the spring drama, Life Is Like A Double Cheeseburger, April 26-27. Special thanks to Mrs. Amy Ward, Director/Producer/_______.
Congratulations to all who participated in the AATSP Spanish Poster Contest! Five FHCS students placed in the top three in the state and their posters have been forwarded on to the national competition in Atlanta, GA. FHCS winners are listed below.
Elizabeth Fuller (5th), 4-5 Grade Entry, 2nd Place
Yaileniz E. Santana (7th), 6-8 Grade Entry, 2nd Place **2nd PLACE NATIONAL WINNER!!**
Cheyenne Crow (6th), 6-8 Grade Entry, 3rd Place
Mary El-Aasar (12th), 9-12 Hand-Drawn, 2nd Place
Michaela Crow (9th), 9-12 Hand-Drawn, 3rd Place
Congratulations to our grades 5-12 students for their fine performances at the Cair Paravel Fine Arts Festival held Feb. 28-March 1. The following students received 1’s (Superior) ratings:
Trumpet Trio (Jonathan Featherstone, Kaden Vandorn, Michael Dunaway)
Cheyenne Crow (6th) Piano Solo
Michaela Crow (9th) Piano Solo
Elizabeth Dunaway (12th) Flute Solo
Lily Linville (12th) Oboe Solo
Angela Navrat (9th) Photography
Kendall Vandorn (6th) On Site Drawing
Overall our students received 8 1’s (Superior), 30 2’s (Excellent). Congratulations to Mr. Carter (music), Mrs. Lacey Dunn (art) and Mrs. Linville (photography) on helping our students prepare.
Congratulations to the four FHCS students who attained honors at the national recognition for excellent performance on the 2019 National Spanish Examinations!
Michaela Crow - 98th percentile - Gold
Benjamin Grubbs - 88th percentile - Silver
Daniel Wilkinson - 77th percentile - Bronze
Michael Dunaway - 75th percentile - Bronze
Scholars Bowl features regional team competition in the academic areas of social studies, language arts, math, science, fine arts, and, at times, foreign-languages. Also included are current events, sports and politics from the past year. In a typical meet, teams compete in several rounds which test their knowledge and ability to work together under pressure. It’s also a great deal of fun for the participants, support staff and fans!
The FHCS Junior High Varsity team finished in first place in the final meet and league tournament of the season held here on Monday, March 18 In a field that included competition from Cair Paravel, Christ the King and St. Xavier. Thank you to Mr. Carter, all of our outstanding volunteers and of course, our junior high scholars bowl students for completing a great season!
The FHCS Junior High Varsity team took 2nd place in league play held at FHCS on Monday, March 4.
The Junior High Scholars Bowl teams competed well at St. Xavier on Monday, February 25. The varsity took home 1st place honors!
A big THANK YOU to all the students, staff, alums, and school friends / family members who helped to make yesterday’s scholar bowl meet a success! Also, a special thank you goes to Mel Shultz and all those who brought food in. As always, our school stands out to the other teams for our hospitality in the area of food! It was a longer than usual evening, and all your extra time put in helped to make it a good meet. Manhattan High stayed undefeated, taking 1st place and Council Grove were a clear second. Our very own warriors led by Lily Linville took 3rd place out of the 12 competing teams that were here. Congratulations to the teams!
The FHCS varsity scholars bowl team took 3rd in the FHCS home tournament on Thursday, January 17. Next action for the varsity squad will be on Tuesday, January 22 at St. Xavier in Junction City.
The Varsity Scholars Bowl team took first place at the Mankato Invitational Scholars Bowl Meet in Mankato on Saturday, January 5. The Junior High team took 2nd place in their first meet of the 2018-2019 season. Way to go FHCS scholars and coaches!
The Varsity Scholars Bowl team placed first on Monday at Clay Center and then finished 4th at Council Grove on Tuesday with only 3 team members able to go to the meet due to other conflicts.
The JV Scholars Bowl team finished out their highly successful 2018 season with a second place finish at the SE Saline Do-It-Yourself Invitational. Competing teams took turns running rounds for other teams by providing a moderator, judge, timer, scorekeeper, judge as well as original questions. A unique way to learn, participate and contribute. Congratulations to the JV team on a great season! Go Warrior Scholars!
The JV Scholars Bowl team took 3rd place at the Cair Paravel JV Invitational on November 13 with a record of 7-2. The JV team will compete at SE Saline on December 3. Great job!
The FHCS JV team finished 9-1 beating Seaman High School in the final round to take 1st place in the Wamego JV Scholars Bowl Invitational. The next competition for the JV team will be the Cair Paravel Invitational on November 13 in Topeka. Way to go Warriors!
The FHCS JV team by the slimmest of margins came in 2nd at the annual JV scholars bowl home meet on Monday, November 5. Next up is the Wamego invitational on Tuesday, November 6.
On Thursday, both the Varsity and JV teams traveled to Bennington. The JV once again came in first. The Varsity team finished with a 3-2 record in pool play and missed out on making the semifinals by about 1 question.
FHCS will host our annual JV Scholar Bowl meet on Monday. Fourteen teams are expected to compete.
The FHCS JV Scholars Bowl team placed 1st at Concordia on October 29. The meet featured teams from 16 schools and some great competition. The JV next see action at Bennington on Thursday, November 1, 2018. Go Warriors!
Art Courses - Drawing I, Graphic Design, Painting 1, Photography and 3-D Art
Bible Courses - Interpersonal Relationships, New Testament Survey, Old Testament Survey and Understanding the Times
Family & Consumer Sciences Courses - Family and Consumer Science 1 and 2
Foreign Language Courses - Spanish 1, 2, 3 and 4
Language Arts Courses - English 9, English 10, English 11 (American Liturature) ,English 12 (British Liturature), Drama, Forensics, Great Books and Newspaper
Mathematics Courses - Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, PreCalculus / Trigonometry, Calculus, Calculus 2 and Consumer Math
Music Courses - Choir, Band and Praise Band
Physical Education Courses - Physical Education and Health
Social Studies Courses - Geography, World History, American History, Government, Psychology, Personal Finance, Global Affairs and Heroes
Science Courses - Physical Science, Biology, Botany, Zoology, Anatomy & Physiology, Chemistry, Physics
Technology Courses - Word Processing, Yearbook, Computer Applications (core skills), Programming, Web design / HTML and Systems Maintenance