Behind the scenes of Joseph
Making sure the play ran smoothly

– by Jordan P, senior – While the student actors stole the show on stage, other students were also involved in the production aspect of Joseph, handling makeup, costumes, and set design. The makeup crew was able to recreate intricate makeup designs onto students over the course of two performances.  “It was fun being around all the girls and getting … 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

FBTA Open House – Jan 21

Interested in enrolling your child at FBTA? We are hosting an Open House on Tuesday, Jan. 21, at 9:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. Please plan to join us to take a tour of the facilities, meet the administrator and teachers, and learn more information about the opportunities offered at FBTA. Call our academy office at 703-323-8100 for more information.

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

Basketball News

Although the boys’ varsity team lost their first game 62-43 against Gil Grove, they won their next two: 61-41 against Temple, and 66-43 against Faith. After the holidays, plan a night to come and see our teams play! On Jan. 10, all teams play Heritage; and on Feb. 3, we play Evangel. Our last home game is against Temple on … 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.

Newseum closing doors
Journalism class takes entire high school on their field trip

The Newseum in downtown Washington, D.C., is closing for good on Dec. 31, due to financial issues. The Journalism class scheduled one final field trip, and included the entire high school, to see the exhibits on display one final time. After a junior and senior class photo on the observation deck, students wound their way around the displays, including the … Read More