Faith Community Christian School
On August 3, 2018, Governor Kay Ivey announced that Faith Community Christian School had been selected as an official Alabama Bicentennial School in a ceremony in the Old House Chamber of the State Capitol. Faith Community Christian School is one of 200 schools selected to receive this special designation and a grant to fund a community project developed by the school.

Launched by Governor Ivey in December 2017, the Alabama Bicentennial Schools Initiative encourages all public, private, and homeschool students and teachers to participate in the celebration of Alabama’s 200th anniversary of statehood in 2019. In early 2018, all K-12 schools in Alabama were invited to submit a proposal that engages in outreach and improvement projects to connect their classrooms with their local communities.From a competitive pool of nearly 400 proposals, 200 schools were selected to be official Alabama Bicentennial Schools and receive $2,000 grants to support the implementation of their projects. Additionally, 56 schools received honorable mentions and $500 grants. Schools were chosen through a review process involving committees of local educators, community leaders, and private citizens. Representing all corners of the state, the selected schools have developed a wide variety of projects that will make meaningful contributions to their local communities.

Faith Community Christian School’s project is called Everyone Has a Story. Our students will be learning the stories of prominent and not so prominent Alabama citizens who are making or have made a different in their community. We will publish our stories in the newspaper and also as a book to be available in local libraries. We will spend the school year learning about our state through famous historical Alabamians and doing community service projects with other citizens as we learn their stories. Finally, we will be working to find our own way to contribute to our community.

If you know a person in your community that is making a difference right now, would you please take our survey? 

 

On August 3, 2018, Governor Kay Ivey announced that Faith Community Christian School had been selected as an official Alabama Bicentennial School in a ceremony in the Old House Chamber of the State Capitol. Faith Community Christian School is one of 200 schools selected to receive this special designation and a grant to fund a community project developed by the school.

Launched by Governor Ivey in December 2017, the Alabama Bicentennial Schools Initiative encourages all public, private, and homeschool students and teachers to participate in the celebration of Alabama’s 200th anniversary of statehood in 2019. In early 2018, all K-12 schools in Alabama were invited to submit a proposal that engages in outreach and improvement projects to connect their classrooms with their local communities.From a competitive pool of nearly 400 proposals, 200 schools were selected to be official Alabama Bicentennial Schools and receive $2,000 grants to support the implementation of their projects. Additionally, 56 schools received honorable mentions and $500 grants. Schools were chosen through a review process involving committees of local educators, community leaders, and private citizens. Representing all corners of the state, the selected schools have developed a wide variety of projects that will make meaningful contributions to their local communities.

Faith Community Christian School’s project is called Everyone Has a Story. Our students will be learning the stories of prominent and not so prominent Alabama citizens who are making or have made a different in their community. We will publish our stories in the newspaper and also as a book to be available in local libraries. We will spend the school year learning about our state through famous historical Alabamians and doing community service projects with other citizens as we learn their stories. Finally, we will be working to find our own way to contribute to our community.

If you know a person in your community that is making a difference right now, would you please take our survey? 

 

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