Student Life at CFS
One of the most important values we have at CFS is showing students how God is a part of the world around us. We point out God's hand at work in academics, the arts, athletics, and even in fellowship with one another. We believe it is important students have the opportunity to experience all of these areas in their educational experience and following are a few examples of those opportunities here at CFS.
The Spirit Within
Written by Principal Scott Williams
It is not unusual to hear visitors to Christian Fellowship School say, "I can really feel a difference in this place." They may say, "It feels more peaceful or orderly here than most places having so many children." At CFS, we value organization, proper procedures, and orderliness, but I like to think that what people are really experiencing when they visit CFS is the presence of God in our school. More . .
"The heavens declare the glory of God." Psalm 19:1
Scripture tells us and creation shows us that God loves beauty, that He is creative, and that He is fun, exciting, and dramatic. It is therefore appropriate for us to also embrace these qualities as a means of worship and to express ourselves as His image bearers. An important means of doing this is through the visual and performing arts, which are an important part of a well-rounded Christian education and are essential aspects of the CFS curriculum.
Class Field Trips
As a culmination of their life science studies, CFS 7th graders take a three-day, two-night trip to the Creation Museum in Petersburg KY, near Cincinnati OH. The Creation Museum is a 75,000 square foot facility with numerous displays and interactive programs, comparing scientific findings and theories to biblical accounts related to natural history, anthropology, and geology. Students see life-size dinosaur exhibits, archeological digs, and geological displays. Also on the grounds is a petting zoo, a botanical garden, and a very exciting zip line. www.creationmuseum.org.