Prep2Prep Feature: NCS Baseball & FCS Warriors

April 16, 2018
By Admissions Office

Our Varsity Boys Baseball team was recently featured in a Prep2Prep article for their achievements. 

The article opens with:

"The Fremont Christian baseball program has been setting new precedents for success in the past couple seasons, including the Warriors’ first 20-win season last year, but this year’s team is not settling for anything short of the program’s first section title.

By most standards, Fremont Christian has been a model of consistency over the past decade, posting winning records every year since 2009. That includes a run of six straight unbeaten seasons in Bay Counties League-General Division play from 2009-2014, and a 22-1 mark in league play over the past two years."

Read more at NCS Baseball: Fremont Christian setting new challenges, and more

Congratulations, Warriors, for recognition of your hard work!

Boys' State Delegates 2018

April 09, 2018
By Admissions Office

Congratulations to Evan D. and Carlo C. on being selected by the American Legion as delegates for the 2018  Boys’ State! 

The Boys’ State delegates are interviewed and chosen by the American Legion on the basis of essays, resumes, GPA, moral character, leadership ability, academic scholarship, interest in current events and politics and recommendations of school administrators.  Boys’ State delegates represent the top 1% of California juniors. 

Evan and Carlo will represent Alameda County and travel this summer to join the other delegates to experience the practical operation of state and local government. 



FCS Baseball Beats Redwood Christian in Extra Innings

March 22, 2018
By Admissions Office

Fremont Christian School's Boys Varsity Baseball beat the 2017 Section Title Champions Redwood Christian 2 to 1.


Branden H. drove in the winning run on a walk off hit in the eighth inning. Bubba G. pitched six and two-thirds innings striking out eleven. John S. scored two runs and Tyler W. had two hits.

Way to go, Warriors!

Summer Adventure 2018 - FAQ's

March 21, 2018
By Admissions Office

If you have any questions about FCS' Summer Adventure, then this is the right place! Read on for more information.

Don't see your question here? Please contact us:

How to I register for Summer Adventure? 

Registration is available online, through ActivityHero. 

See the registration widget built into the FCS summer program page, and select sessions according to your child's grade: Summer Enrichment Program

  • Age Eligibility: Children entering grades 1-8 in Fall 2018


Can my child attend Summer Adventure, even through he/she does not attend Fremont Christian School?

Yes! Summer Adventure is open to children outside of FCS. 

Make sure to submit a copy of your child's birth certificate. Scan and email to: 

What does my child do during the day?

Our summer enrichment program has a concentration on core academic, such as reading, writing, and mathematics. Lessons include interactive science and art projects, with a specific focus on the week's theme. Class time will run from 9 AM-3 PM, which includes a morning recess, lunch, and afternoon recess. 

Each week will have two outings: A field trip connected to the weekly theme and one water activity field trip (younger children will remain on campus to participate in water games). 


How many weeks can I register for?

You can register for as little as one week or for the full eight-week program. Your registration weeks do not need to be consecutive. For example: You could register for Weeks 1 and 2, and then for Week 6. 

How does extended care work?

Extended care is offered in three types: AM, PM, or Combo. 

  • AM care covers the hours before Summer Adventure classes begin - drop off begins as early as 7 AM.
  • PM care covers the hours after Summer Adventure classes end - pickup promptly at 6:30 PM.
  • Combo care will cover both before and after Summer Adventure classes. 

Register for your choice of extended care by the week. If your child has not been registered for extended care, you will be charged per use under emergency extended care. 

Help! I registered for a few weeks, but now we're going on vacation. How can I reschedule/cancel?

For cancellation and refunds, please send us a notice in writing via email:

You'll receive a cancellation confirmation for the refund, which will be issued back via your credit card. We require a one week notice prior to the week session, and there is a cancellation processing fee of $50, which will be subtracted from your refund. 

For rescheduling, please notify us by email with information on which week you're registered for and which week you would like to switch

You'll receive a confirmation of the newly rescheduled week. 


I have more questions! How can I reach you?

You can call at (510) 744-2241 or email: 

FCS Choirs at 2018 Musicale

March 19, 2018
By Admissions Office

Last week, the high school choirs traveled to Pasadena for the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) Senior High Musicale in Southern California. Joining with other high school choirs from California, the students participated in a two-day festival which finishes in a concert featuring all of the 600+ students singing together.

From the official ACSI website:

"ACSI Musicale is a two-day choir festival that culminates in a public Command Performance and Sacred Concert in which all choirs are combined. Each choir, regardless of size, must memorize the six (6) combined songs chosen by the guest conductor. Each choir will also be adjudicated by the guest conductor on two (2) of their own selections. Musicale also features adjudications for chamber choirs, large ensembles, small ensembles, sacred classical solos, and gospel solos. 

This is not a competition. Choirs, ensembles, and soloists are adjudicated by the guest conductor or guest adjudicators, and received oral and written evaluative comments."

This year, both our Concert Choir and Living Water Ensemble each earned a Command Performance. A couple of our students also earned solo Command Performance - congratulations to Keren G. and Madison G. One student noted that judges were brought to tears due to an excellent performance from FCS.

A big congratulations to Mr. Guzman, Ms. Sondra, and every student. We've seen the hard work that each person puts in to make this run smoothly. 

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