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We’re gearing up for for our 12th season of 11-man football at FRCS! We look forward to participating once again in the very competitive Frontier League, which includes longtime rivals such as Clear Creek and Platte Canyon as well as new ones like Manual and Vail Christian (whom we battled to an overtime victory last…

before & after shots of the TLC garden plots at O'Toole's Garden Center

The Learning Center (TLC) at Front Range Christian School has been busy working on new vocational partnerships over the summer, and this is exciting new for TLC students. The vocational aspect of TLC provides students with on-the-job skill training to help them prepare for successful entry into the workforce. Praise God for the opportunities He…

sailing the open seas

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various balls for playing sports

Performance Training In the athletic training center (weight room) – Starting Monday, June 5 the athletic training center will be open every day, Monday through Friday from 10:30am-noon and then from 4-5pm. Zach Snyder will be there leading our athletes through different workouts. If you have any questions please contact Zach Snyder at zsnyder@frcs.org. Boys…

lonely snowman

by Dan Sarian The Thanksgiving – Christmas corridor can be anything but “the most wonderful time of the year.” The expectations of the holiday season (a time for family, gatherings, gifts, joy, happiness) can trigger feelings of sadness, depression and disappointment due to heightened expectations of what the season is supposed to deliver. We need to…

building blocks

by Dan Sarian As one of the few males at the Elementary Campus (I’m not complaining, just sayin’) I continually ask myself and my teachers how we can best shepherd the warrior hearts of our young men. God designed boys to be strong, initiators, builders, carry tools and swords and are built to generally protect…

photo by Steve Halama; contemplation

by Dan Sarian Maslow and Self-Actualization – Is this Biblical? Is your child motivated to learn? What makes a student want to learn? Why do some students appear highly motivated and others not? All students have a motivational trigger, something that activates their will or drive to be engaged and apply themselves. But if your…

illustration of heads with different colored "light bulbs"

by Dan Sarian One Teaching Style Does NOT Fit All Are you smarter than a 5th grader? The answer isn’t as easy as you might think. According to Harvard psychologist and researcher Harold Gardner there’s more to one’s intelligence than an IQ score. Almost 80 years after the original intelligence tests were developed (credited to…

bridge

by Dan Sarian How much information did you retain from your 13 years of grade school? If, on average, you were exposed to 800 hours of instruction per year, well, do the math. That’s a lot of instruction! We’ve all crammed for tests and quizzes and then “dumped” that information out of our short-term memory…

goldfish in a fish bowl

by Dan Sarian “A few years ago the city council of Monza, Italy, barred pet owners from keeping goldfish in curved bowls. The measure’s sponsor explained the measure in part by saying that it is cruel to keep a fish in a bowl with curved sides because, gazing out, the fish would have a distorted…

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