NODACS?!
Thoughts about ODACS cancellation

– by Andrew C, junior – Just days before the school was closed for the rest of the year, Mr. Bradford called the junior and senior high students into the chapel room to announce the cancellation of 2020 ODACS, causing mixed feelings for everyone in the room.  Although the elementary grades were able to compete in ODACS, this was the … Read More

Busy, busy, busy!
Students prepare for the busy ODACS season

– by Haston H, senior – After Christmas break, FBTA students from 4th to 12th grade are hurled into one of the busiest times of the year. From speech classes to debate run-offs, there is always a bizz-buzz about the school. Students eagerly prepare for the chance to represent their school during ODACS competition using their God-given talent.  “While this … Read More

Patriots have pep
Spirit Week Pep Rally

– by Ella S, freshman – FBTA’s annual spirit week pep rally took place in the gym on Friday afternoon, Feb. 21. The pep rally hosted grades 1st through 12th, all bearing unbelievable spirit.  Students searched the school earlier in the week for hidden numbers and were given “prizes” (or “non-prizes”)—some for how well they played the mini games. The … Read More

We’ve got spirit!
FBTA Spirit Week 2020 was a win

– by Alexandra B, freshman – Spirit Week 2020 provided FBTA students with the opportunity to dress up, dress down, and turn out the lights from Feb. 18-21, culminating in a pep rally before both the junior varsity and varsity boys basketball teams won their games against Temple Baptist School.  The week began with Cozy Day, where students tread the … Read More

God Meant it for Good

– by Jayden L, junior – Genesis 50:20 says, “But as for you, ye thought evil against me; but God meant it unto good, to bring to pass, as it is this day, to save much people alive.” This verse, taken from the life of Joseph, was the central theme of the play. Pastor Abbey made it his mission to … Read More

A very merry Christmas party

– by Haston H, senior – The junior and senior high students prepare earnestly for their class Christmas parties on the last day of school. Each class chooses a theme for their party, decorates and wears costumes to go along with the theme, as well as prepares food for the judges. 7th grade: The 7th grade decorates their portion of … Read More

A December to remember

– by Amy F, sophomore – On Friday, Dec. 13, the FBT party attendees enjoyed food, laughter, and fellowship after caroling to faithful members of FBT. Josh B, senior, and Ethan C, junior, compete in a game of Christmas Charades.