It’s said that nature is the art of God, and some, therefore, feel a sacred duty to protect it. From an early age, Drew Fowler developed an admiration for the great outdoors, and this passion led him to nearly a decade of post-secondary education.
Isaiah Dailey, Megan Ogden and Brennan Vacek, Fort Bend Christian Academy seniors, have been named National Merit Commended Students in the 2020 National Merit Scholarship Program. The program has existed for more than 60 years and continues to acknowledge and reward exceptional high school seniors.
FBCA Alumna, Victoria (Vickie) Torres is beginning her fourth year of graduate school at the University of Mississippi. She is pursuing a PhD in Clinical Psychology and is in the process of developing her dissertation on electronic cigarette usage.
Coach Lewis serves as one of the lower school physical education teachers, and he is also the upper school head varsity basketball coach and assistant track and field coach, giving him a unique opportunity to mentor students of all ages. This year, the varsity basketball team earned their spot in the State Final Four, making school history with a 31-4 record.
100% of FBCA graduates attend post-secondary institutions, and the majority receive acceptance to their first-choice school. Although they could go anywhere, many eagles remain in their beloved home state of Texas. Read on to discover the top colleges attended by FBCA grads!
Students at small private schools are not immune to the struggles and challenges that most young people face today—addictions, self-harming and depression—however, the students at Fort Bend Christian Academy have resources and a caring faculty and staff who take a holistic approach to mental health treatment.
Robert Sanders, upper school teacher, has built Fort Bend Christian Academy’s art program into one of the best in Texas, but he has also earned professional success as well. His work was recently selected to be part of the 2019 Rising Eyes of Texas Exhibition at Rockport Center for the Arts.