Portrait Of A Paladin

Drew Cutchins and Julia Young have advanced to the Governor’s Honors Program State level semi-finalists interviews at Berry College, Rome, Georgia.

Proud to be a Paladin


Over $11,000,000 in scholarships were awarded to graduating classes.

An additional 92% received funds from the GA HOPE Scholarship Fund.

Average GPA Profile


Average Test Score Profile

ACT 24-27

SAT 1540-1860

Service Profile

100% Participation

A hallmark of an FCS education,
service opportunities enhance and
enrich the academic experience.

Registration will soon be open for an array of workshops, classes, and camps to be offered this summer at Fellowship. FCS students and community residents will be pleased to find something for every interest and every age on our campus this summer.

Leaders, instructors, coaches, and assistants are highly qualified individuals, as many are successful coaches and nurturing classroom teachers at FCS.

Please direct all questions to Shannon Holt, Director of Auxillary Programs. Reach her by email at

Auxiliary Program Director

Shannon Holt

Shannon Holt

Shannon Holt, Auxiliary Program Director, Varsity Softball Head Coach
Years Teaching & Coaching: 18 years, third year at Fellowship
Alma Mater: Bachelor of Science, Children’s and Youth Ministry, Liberty University, 2009. Master’s, Secondary Education specializing in reading, Grand Canyon University, Phoenix, Ariz., 2013.
Contact Information:
Favorite Bible Verse: Jeremiah 29:11
Church Attended: St. John United Methodist Church, Sandy Springs
Family: Married to Rudd Holt IV with a son, Rudd V and a daughter, Kassidy.
Awards, Accomplishments: Has coached softball for more than 16 years, including 14 years at the men’s, coed and youth levels from 1998-2011. Holt spent six years as a JV and varsity softball coach at two Virginia high schools, including Heritage High School in Lynchburg, Va., from 1995-98, and E.C. Glass High School in Lynchburg, Va., from 2001-03.
Coaching Philosophy: I'm just as competitive as the next and want to win in everything, but life happens and we need to know we have done our best. To achieve our best we need to learn to love it and enjoy what we are doing. As a coach, my goals are not only to teach the fundamentals of softball but to teach the fundamentals to help athletes get through life's challenges. If we always win and out do the next guy, what have we learned? As a coach I feel we can have a stronger faith and trust when we work hard to help our athletes achieve their goals and the team’s goals. A coach is a mentor, and as a Christian we are to build disciples for Christ. We can build our athletes to play to win, but we need to teach them to glorify our Heavenly Father. As a Christian we are like a flashlight. Without the batteries, the flashlight will not work. As a Christian we need two things to keep our light shining: prayer and study God's word. We need to go light the world. As an athlete/coach we have an advantage over others to mentor the world.
Other Important Biographical Information: Played collegiate softball at Lynchburg College. She is working towards a second master’s degree in educational leadership at Liberty.

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