We hope our students and their families are having a fun summer and are keeping up with reading and engaging their minds so they can hit the ground running in September at our new Dulles campus.Read More
FCS students competed in the Loudoun County Chamber of Commerce Super Hero 5k and Kids Fun Run, with a surprise appearance from the FCS Cardinal.Read More
The Fairfax Christian School Graduation Ceremony.Read More
FCS Concert Band students performed at the Sunrise Senior Living in Reston.Read More
FCS student competed in the National History Bee finals and the National Geography Olympiad in Atlanta, Georgia.Read More
Dr. Walter Hays, retiring after 17 year with FCSRead More
David B. Buckley, former CIA Inspector GeneralRead More
FCS students having fun at Mount Vernon.Read More
The Fairfax Christian School is proud of the Class or 2018.Read More
The Fairfax Christian School is moving this summer.Read More
We Hosted Our Spring Ball In Honor of the Class of 2018.Read More
Summer is just around the corner! As many of you know, rising Third through Twelfth Grade students are expected to participate in the school’s summer reading program.
Our students can earn extra credit in their English class by completing up to four book reports. Each report turned in at the beginning of the school year counts as five extra credit points for one quarter.
Each book report should show that the student understood the book. Rising Third through Sixth Grade students should write a 200-word book report. Rising Seventh through Twelfth Grade students are required to write 500 words. All book reports should include information on the setting, time period, characters and plot, as well as the student’s opinion of the book as a whole.
Reading helps students avoid learning loss over vacation and prepare for the academic rigors of the next school year. Students who read consistently at an appropriate challenge level often experience a “learning leap” at the start of the next school year.
A good book helps to pass the time on long car trips and plane rides. Physical copies of books give students a more “hands-on” reading experience; e-books are available on many platforms and frequently offer in-app features such as dictionaries and digital highlighting or bookmarks.
Read to learn and read for fun! It’s the easiest way to get ahead for the 2018–2019 school year.
View/Download the Summer Reading Challenge and Reading List
Our Fife & Drum Corps Performed at Mount Vernon.Read More
Our Engineering Club finds the best ways to reenforce their understanding of the subject matter.Read More
Our Spotlight the Arts program features the different divisions of our Music and Arts programs: Lower School Recorder Choir, Middle School Concert Band, Fife & Drum Corps and Music Ensemble! In addition, solo piano performances.Read More
Eliana MarrsRead More
Marissa Martin and Patrick Young are both making FCS proud.Read More
Miss Rosemary Thoburn our Dean of StudentsRead More
Engaging lecturers present a wide variety of materials to our students.Read More
Construction of the new Dulles campus is progressing nicely and Hard Hat Tours are being conducted regularly.Read More