Who’s up for an adventure?
Teen group visits Sandy Springs Adventure Park

– by Peter V, sophomore – Don’t look down! The FBT teen group went to Sandy Springs Adventure Park on Nov. 10. The website describes the park as “essentially an obstacle course in the trees and includes climbing, zip lines, and combinations of the challenge bridges and zip lines; it has 13 trails, which are color-coded, with purple—the easiest—being a … Read More

A product of God’s leading
Bro. Kyle Spatz fills role as new youth pastor

– by Connor D, senior – With Bro. Boyd answering the call to pastor a church in Collinsville, Oklahoma, a new youth pastor, Bro. Kyle Spatz, has joined the ranks of the ministerial staff to fill the hole that was left. Bro. Spatz accepted the call to ministry when he was sixteen years old, assisting in the teen department of … Read More

Finishing strong
Soccer team fights for banner in championship

After tying their two games against Heritage Christian School during the regular soccer season, the boys’ team had their best chance in several years to win the banner during the ODACS Men’s Soccer Tournament on Tuesday in Woodbridge, VA.  In a closely-matched, hard-fought game, Heritage edged out Fairfax 2-1, which gave FBTA the second place trophy for the season.  John … Read More

K4 makes lemonade

Mrs. Acosta, preschool teacher, knows how to make learning fun with many hands-on projects, such as making applesauce, and this time, lemonade, depending on which letter of the week they are learning. 

Fairfax hosts ODACS soccer/volleyball tournament

On Friday and Saturday, Oct. 26-27, FBTA hosted the ODACS sports tournament for five schools. Although the final game of the soccer tournament was postponed due to rain, the volleyball tournament was played as scheduled. The teams were very closely matched, and FBTA girls took 4th overall, with most of the matches taking all five games to determine the winner.  Thank … Read More

Perfect pumpkin picking
Preschoolers visit Ticonderoga Farms

– by Ava J, sophomore – Last month, the preschoolers went to their annual pumpkin picking. This year they went to The Amazing Farm Fun at Ticonderoga. Excitement filled the air while the parents and students boarded the bus and traveled to their destination. When the children saw the farm, a scream of thrill ran through the whole bus. After … Read More

Answering God’s call
Testimonies from Mr. Niggl, Pastor Baldwin

– by Shakti C, freshman – Students at FBTA generally love and adore the teachers; however, there is much that we don’t know about them. Mr. Niggl, science teacher, and Pastor Baldwin, choir director, recently shared a very important part of their lives with The Patriot Press: their testimonies. Mr. Niggl came to know the Lord at the young age … Read More

Mud, fun, and run!
Students from K3-12th gear up for the Patriot Pace

– by Alyssa R, junior – On Oct. 16, FBTA held the annual Patriot Pace! It ended up being a sunny day, but a muddy field with all the rain from the night prior. Every year the students collect pledges for new equipment, music instruments, useful tools, etc. for the school. The entire student body goes up to the soccer … Read More

Leaving it all on the field
Boys soccer wins first, girls second at Valley

– by Peter V, sophomore – The FBTA soccer and volleyball teams participated in the Valley Baptist Christian School Tournament on Oct. 5 and 6. Four soccer teams participated: Gill Grove, Valley, Bethel, and Fairfax. Six volleyball teams participated: Gill Grove, Centerville, Valley, Keystone, Bethel, and Fairfax.  The volleyball team played for seven straight hours on Saturday, fighting back from … Read More