Campus Life

Student Clubs & Activities

We seek to be proud ambassadors of faith.

As part of its mission to help students thrive spiritually, academically, socially and physically, FBCA encourages students to maintain balance and participate in extracurricular activities that interest them. Many students find multiple clubs at FBCA that suit their interests.

Upper School Clubs

List of 22 items.

  • ASL Honor Society

    The primary mission of ASL Honor Society is to encourage and recognize high academic achievement in ASL studies for upper school and college/university students. Like honor societies for other languages, the ASLHS seeks to enrich the learning experience of those studying ASL. Some of the benefits offered by the ASL Honor Society include:
    • Awarding honor cords and medals based on academic achievement
    • Encouraging service-learning projects that benefit the ASL community
    • Hosting the annual Deaf Art and ASL Literature competitions, featuring cash prizes
    • Awarding the only national scholarships to students majoring or minoring in ASL, Deaf Studies, Deaf Education and Interpreter Education
    • Financially supporting ASL education via grants for teachers, to assist in purchasing equipment or materials for use in the classroom
  • Big Sister Club

    The Big Sister Club is open to sophomore, junior and senior girls who wish to befriend freshman girls during their transition into upper school. This club pairs freshmen girls with an "older sister" who will write notes of encouragement and treats throughout the year. This club is a great opportunity to share the love of Christ with a fellow FBCA student.
  • Computer Club

    Students will learn more about computers, computer programming and related topics. They will work on small computer projects beyond what is covered in the computer classes, including robotics and more. The club will also participate in local and area academic competitions.
  • Debate & Speech Club

    This academic club serves students who want to learn how to structure arguments, defend points, and improve speaking skills. Students will learn the intricacies of both Lincoln-Douglas Debate and Public Forum Debate in addition to practicing various speech styles.
  • Eagle Ambassadors

    Eagle Ambassadors is an organization for Junior & Senior students who are excited about pouring into the lives of other students, faculty, families and others throughout the community. The goal of this program is to help student leaders actively participate by being the hands, feet and heart of Christ to others as a “servant leader.”
  • Eagles on the Air (EOTA)

    Eagles on the Air is FBCA's broadcasting team. EOTA has opportunities for everyone to get involved with broadcasting, both in front of and behind the camera. EOTA produces high-quality broadcasts for sporting events, special events and other school activities. Students have the opportunity to learn about what goes into a professional level broadcast production and to get real-world hands-on experience. To watch live broadcasts, visit FBCA.TV.
  • Environmental Club

    The Environmental club is dedicated to making small changes to impact the world, encouraging on-campus recycling and participating in service projects focused around conservation efforts.
  • Interact Club

    Students participate in various service opportunities organized by club officers and sponsors. This club is connected with Rotary International and serves actively in the Sugar Land community.
  • International Thespian Society (IHS)

    IHS recognizes work that students do in theatre both onstage and behind the scenes. Thespians can be inducted after completing their sophomore year. Only students involved in theatre or musical theatre can join, as it's completely based on work done in the theatre, both at school or community.
  • Medical Club

    The Medical Club is open to all students grades 9-12 and seeks to explore what it takes to pursue careers in the medical field. Guest speakers who currently work in the medical field will be brought into meetings to offer first-hand insight into their professions. Field trips and shadowing opportunities will also be discussed.
  • Mu Alpha Theta

    Mu Alpha Theta is the national honor society for mathematics. The purpose of the organization is to further the understanding of mathematics and to encourage a more intense study of higher mathematics. Students may apply for membership after they have finished Geometry.  Students need an A-B average in Algebra 1 and Geometry to be eligible for membership.
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  • Multicultural Club

    The FBCA Multicultural Club is committed to promoting education, awareness, respect and unity by promoting an inclusive environment that actively values diversity among all FBCA students, faculty, staff, and families. Matthew 22:39 "Love your neighbor as yourself." "One God, One Goal." To accomplish its Mission, the Multicultural Club will create a positive platform for members of the club to share cultural identities and give students, faculty, and staff the opportunity to share their cultural background while learning about others that add to the unique experience of being a part of the FBCA family. Additionally, the FBCA Multicultural Club will stand as a positive platform to promote student leadership through cultural awareness activities that bring together students, faculty, and staff at FBCA.
  • National Art Honor Society

    The National Art Honor Society was established by the National Art Education Association (NAEA) in 1978. The purpose of the society is to recognize students who excel in the arts as well as scholarship, character and service. NAEA students also gain peer recognition, leadership growth opportunities, college and career preparation and an unmatched sense of camaraderie.
  • National English Honor Society (NEHS)

    NEHS is an honor society recognizing outstanding achievement in English coursework. Each year, the organization organizes a talent show called Java Jam, a fun-filled evening of entertainment with a coffee house atmosphere. Additionally, NEHS works to promote the English language and literature. Students are inducted near the end of sophomore year.
  • National Honor Society (NHS)

    NHS focuses on Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Character. Members must attend all meetings and are required to meet the 24 hours of community service per year. Members are invited to join at the end of their sophomore and junior years, fill out the application, and a Faculty Council will have the final decision in member selection.
  • National Science Honors Society

    The National Science Honors Society is a prominent scientific organization that will engender a new group of young thinkers who will be the future of industry, research, and scientific exploration for America. The purpose of this organization shall be to encourage participation in and recognition of scientific and intellectual thought. It is to advance the students' knowledge of classical and modern science, communicate with the scientific community, and aid the civic community with its comprehension of science.
  • Rho Kappa

    Rho Kappa Social Studies Honor Society is the only national organization for upper school juniors and seniors that recognizes excellence in the field of Social Studies. Members debate current events, visit museums and other historical sites and look at how history has shaped our lives.
  • Sewing Club

    This club serves to help develop and enhance sewing skills for interested students in the FBCA student body. The goal is to use sewing as a means of community service by creating items that can bless our local community.
  • Spanish Club

    The mission of the Spanish Club is to promote the use of the Spanish language and Hispanic culture in the community. Members will learn teamwork, communications, human relations, and social interaction skills. Also, members participate in service opportunities and volunteerism, and the club promotes competent and assertive leadership skills. We strive to enrich our community with the beautiful Spanish language and the culture of the countries in which Spanish is the principal language through a variety of formal and informal social activities.
  • Student Council

    This organization works to plan and organize student activities throughout the school year including Homecoming, Sadie Hawkins, etc. The council will be run by officers selected via an interview process (core officers) and student elections (class representatives).
  • Tabletop Club

    The tabletop club is open to all students grades 9-12. The goal of this club is to promote community and fellowship through playing tabletop and board games. Meetings take place every Friday after school.
  • Tri-M Music Honor Society

    Tri-M Music Honor Society is a program of the National Association for Music Education (NAfME). It is designed to recognize students for their academic and musical achievements and to provide leadership and service opportunities to young musicians. To be eligible for membership, students must maintain certain grade point averages in their music and academic courses, be presently enrolled in a music course at their school and be recommended for membership by their school's music faculty.

Middle School Clubs

List of 9 items.

  • Art

    Students have the opportunity to explore their creative sides with art.
  • Bible Study

    There are four Bible study groups available for boys and girls based on grade level.
  • National Junior Honor Society

    NJHS is an international student organization that consists of chapters in middle schools.
  • Praise Team

  • Prayer and Service

    Students use community time to pray and find ways to serve the school and local community, such as taking scripture art to neighboring Silverado, a senior living facility.
  • PSIA

    PSIA (Private Schools Interscholastic Association) provides a comprehensive academic extracurricular program for private school students in grades 5 through 8. Students engage in academic competition with their peers throughout the state of Texas.
  • Robotics

    Come build the future!
  • SALT

    SALT (Students Active in Leadership Training) is a leadership class for 8th graders, selected to participate based on merit and recommendation by their teachers. The students learn about leadership principles from a Christian perspective. The students apply these leadership principles in addition to their God-given personalities, as they serve both on and off-campus. Beyond classroom instruction, the students also attend a leadership retreat in the fall and a youth leadership conference in Dallas during the spring semester. 
  • Student Council

    This organization works to plan and organize middle school student activities throughout the school year.
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