Advancement Committee

The goal of the Advancement Committee is to help increase awareness and participation in the Annual Fund, encourage attendance at all school/fundraising events, and promote community building and school spirit for FBCA. We are thankful for our outstanding volunteers and their leadership.

Grandparents Club

"Children’s children are a crown to the aged, and parents are the pride of their children.” Proverbs 17:6

Grandparents are in a unique position to see first-hand the positive effects that FBCA has on students. From year to year, you see how your students are equipped to thrive spiritually, academically, socially and physically. Your gifts and engagement enrich and enhance the high-quality programs and experience FBCA offers its students. To speak to someone directly about various ways you can support FBCA, please contact the Advancement Office.

Join us at these special annual events:
  • Veteran’s Chapel (Fall)
  • Middle School Grandparents & Special Friends Day (Fall)
  • Lower School Grandparents & Special Friends Day (Spring)

Alumni Association

The Alumni Association promotes fellowship, builds traditions, encourages leadership, and hosts social events and reunions. It also provides opportunities for alumni to volunteer on campus, serve as mentors to students and participate in speaking engagements.

Parent-Teacher Fellowship Executive Board

The goal of the Parent-Teacher Fellowship (PTF) Executive Board is to help connect parents to volunteer activities in the school and to support and celebrate faculty, staff and families.

Contact MacKenzie Shimek (PTF President) at

Contact Lisa Sette (Community Events Coordinator) at

Lower School

Middle School      

Upper School

Volunteer Opportunities

Fine Arts
Assist the Fine Arts program by supporting events, shows, miscellaneous projects, and provide support to the FBCA Band, Choir and Theatre. The Fine Arts Department is also seeking parents who have a background in visual arts, choir, band and theatre.
Contact Robert Sanders (Director of Fine Arts) at

Gala Committee
Be a part of FBCA's biggest fundraising event of the year. Sign up to help with auction items, decorating and other assistance needed to put this event together.
Contact Sarah Fiore (Special Events Coordinator) at

Upper School Special Events
Help support the Upper School by volunteering to help with activities including the Homecoming Dance, Sadie Hawkins Dance, senior class activities and more.
Contact Shelby Hooper (Assistant Head of Upper School) at
"I volunteer at FBCA because I want to be the hands and feet of Christ and show my child how important it is to serve."

Tiffany, parent
"I love volunteering at FBCA because it feels like an extended family to me. I want to make others feel part of and welcomed at the school."

Katie, parent
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