Clubs & Activities
We are committed to being a place where everyone is encouraged to be who God made them to be, free to succeed and fail, confident in relationships, and encouraged to lean into their strengths, gifts and interests. We do this by expanding minds, exploring possibilities and growing into opportunities.
Clubs, Societies and Programs at Fellowship
Beta Club is a national service organization that aims to promote academic achievement, develop leadership skills, and provide service opportunities for all of its members.
High school students interested in becoming a member of Beta Club or renewing their Beta Club membership should note the following:
- Beta Club membership is by invitation only to students with a GPA of 3.7 and above. A list of eligible students is posted each January. Students on the list are invited to join.
- Invited students who wish to join must complete an application and apply by the indicated deadline. No late applications will be accepted.
- Please be aware that Beta Club is about GPA and service. Students are required to serve at Beta events.
The Jr. Beta Club is an honors and service organization that recognizes outstanding academic achievement, promotes strong moral character and social responsibility, encourages service to others, and fosters leadership skills. Invitation to the Fellowship Jr. Beta Club occurs in the fall of each academic year based on the entire academic performance of the previous year.
- Membership in the Fellowship Jr. Beta Club Honor Society is open to all 6-8th graders that have obtained a grade minimum of 90 in all individual courses.
- Each member is required to participate in a service project each year.
National Honor Society
The National Honor Society establishes the benchmark and celebrates student achievement beyond grades. NHS provides schools with a framework to elevate well-rounded, high-achieving students into tomorrow's leaders. Member selection is invitation only for students in grades 10-12, and each chapter establishes requirements based on the four NHS pillars: scholarship, character, service, and leadership.
Students must exhibit excellence in all four pillars for induction into NHS. Students must first meet the academic eligibility requirements to begin the application process.
Students are encouraged to thoughtfully complete the application as it seeks to determine to what degree they meet the four pillars of NHS. Only students who can show through their application that they strongly and actively meet these requirements are invited into the society. A thoroughly completed and timely application return is key. Students who fail to show competency in these requirements will not be invited to join. While they may strongly meet the pillars, they must be able to articulate their aptitude on the application. Please ensure your eligible student is intentional and thorough in their application.
The application requires a personal essay and at least two reference letters: one from a teacher of a core course and one from a supervisor. These individuals should be someone who has observed the candidate in either a service or leadership capacity or both. Please give the provided letter of reference form to the chosen adults.
The following process is used to determine who is eligible to become a member of National Honor Society:
- A list of all sophomores, juniors, and seniors with an NGA of at least 92 for all courses completed is made. This is the initial qualification for membership, and after this step, scholarship is not considered.
- These students receive the application form and the teacher recommendation forms. The deadline for applications is announced.
- It is the student’s responsibility to complete the application and turn the recommendation forms over to their teachers and coaches.
- When the announced deadline arrives, the forms are collected. Unless there are extremely mitigating circumstances, any student who does not meet the deadline will be automatically disqualified. When the teacher forms are collected, if a student’s forms are missing, then that student will not be considered for membership. It is the student’s responsibility to get the forms to the teachers promptly so that the teacher can evaluate them.
- The faculty advisors will convene to examine the information and the student applications.
- The students selected will be notified and a list will be posted. The date for the induction ceremony will be announced, and all new inductees and parents are invited to attend.
Spanish Honor Society
The Sociedad Honoraria Hispánica is an honor society for high school students enrolled in Spanish III Honors or Spanish IV Honors with an A average. This society aims to recognize the high achievement of high school students in the Spanish language and promote a continued interest in Hispanic studies in college.
Elementary School Clubs
Girls on Track
What we do at Girls on Track:
Train to run a 5K, learn about God and ourselves, participate in a service project, spend time with friends and celebrate our successes!
Who can join?
3rd-5th grade girls, no previous running experience necessary
Wednesdays- first meeting 8/30, last meeting 10/25
After school until 4:30, at the baseball field. Pick up is in front of the ES entrance.
Cost to participate?
Which race will we run?
Local 5K race scheduled for 10/21. Details yet to be finalized (participation optional but highly encouraged, race registration is included in the club fee)
Who are the coaches?
Beth Haigler and Gretchen Fields
When do I register?
Registration is currently open through FCS website or using the QR code below. Last day to register is Monday, 8/28.
Who can I contact if I have questions?
Gretchen Fields firstname.lastname@example.org – 770-354-8789
Intentional Walk is a baseball club for 3rd through 5th-grades boys. This program centers around God and how boys can grow in their faith while nurturing their love of the game of baseball.
Working with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA), the boys start each session with a time of fellowship and devotion focused around a Paladin theme. Participants then hit the field for skills development. (Each week will focus on a different skill).
Who: 3rd, 4th, and 5th-Grade Boys
Time: Afterschool from 2:45 – 4:30.
Game Day experience: Upon conclusion of the club - TBD
Cost: $100, participants will receive a Tech Fabric t-shirt and a baseball commemorative item. Special awards for Game Day winners
Men In Training
M.I.T.’s mission is to bring young men closer to Christ while spending time with male role models who will share the Word of God and their love of running.
Each Friday after school we will pick your boys up from carpool, meet for a time of devotion, snack, and then we will head out to the track at Bob Lord Field or the FCS trails and train for a 5K race. All skill levels are welcome to attend. We gradually build our mileage each week beginning week 1 with a 1 mile run and increasing each week to a full 3.1 miles, ending fully preparing for the 5k. This is a great opportunity for your son to fellowship with friends, cross-train for other sports, be mentored by Godly men, and complete a 5k. Families are welcome and encouraged to run the 5k with us!
Dates: Every Friday after school beginning February 23rd through April 12th.
Who: 4th & 5th Grade Boys
Where: Participants will run on the track and the trail at Fellowship. Pickup at 4:15 at the Middle School entrance
Time: 2:30 – 4:15 pm. We will update you each week via email and text for any changes.
Director: Amanda Terrazas
Race Day: April 13, 2024, FCA Running His Way @ Woodstock First Baptist
Cost: $135 (Billed through credit card - Includes a Tech Fabric MIT Shirt, snacks each week, end of season gift and Race Entry.
Space is limited! We are excited for a great season!
The commitment of Fellowship's faculty and parents, as well as, our wider community of mentors and neighbors make Winterim possible as our students explore topics and subjects not often encountered in a typical school curriculum.
Winterim takes place during the first two weeks following Christmas break, between the fall and spring semesters. 9th and 10th grade students participate in either Winterim excursions (overnight trips) or Winterim Electives (unique classes or day field trips). 11th and 12th grade students secure off-site internships that allow them to work alongside professionals in their area of interest.