FBCA Senior Earns a Spot at West Point

Rachel Migues
After a rigorous application process, one Fort Bend Christian Academy senior will be headed to begin his military career this Fall at West Point. 
Senior Conley Feng knew he wanted to serve his country after high school, and after visiting several service academy summer seminars, he decided on West Point.

Conley describes the application process as a test of endurance, “The admission process itself is like the first test of the service academies; they test your endurance because the application has so many steps. I got through by writing countless essays speaking about my passions, desires, and what I hoped to achieve at West Point.”

Conley was thrilled to be accepted and plans to study Life Sciences in hopes of becoming a military doctor. To fellow classmates and upcoming seniors considering joining the military, he says, “concentrate and work hard to achieve your goals. I had to endure many hardships during the application process, but I eventually got through. For future students, I recommend trying to apply for the academy’s summer programs to learn about the school requirements and experience the lifestyle.” 

We are so proud of Conley for this incredible achievement, and we are thankful for his desire to serve our country. Congratulations Conley!

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