Government Power, Safety, Gen Gap in New Calder Op-Ed
In his latest Inquirer Op-Ed, Grant Calder shares a quote by William Blackstone: 'It is better that 10 guilty persons escape than that one innocent suffer.' Then Calder asks, "Does this statement ring true to you?" Responses vary depending on generations of those answering, particularly those growing up post 9/11.
FCS Students Shine at Colgate Women's Games
While competing with some of the East Coast's best female athletes, Avery Lewis '24 tied a 30-year-old record in the 55-meter run (Elementary A) & Gabrielle Wilkinson '18 finished 1st remaining undefeated in the 800-meter run (Mid-School) in the final prelim meet of the Colgate Women's Games.
FCS Gives Back, One Act at a Time
Each day at FCS, we strive to instill values that guide our students in caring for people & world resources. Students express their commitment to helping others through service projects & fundraisers all year, making a difference in the world one act at a time.
11 Seniors Leave Lasting Impact on Boys' Soccer Team
Varsity sports teams often rely heavily on their senior leadership, but even more than usual, that was the case this fall on the FCS Varsity boys' soccer team. The Class of 2014 had 11 soccer players wearing the blue and gray for the Phoenix.
Middle School Newspaper The Phoenix Inquirer Rises!
FCS Middle School has just released the inaugural issue of The Phoenix Inquirer
. Completely written by 16 students, this online newspaper serves as a great resource for all things Middle School. Check it out here