Thank you for visiting our page. FBCS was founded in 1970 and has provided excellent education in a Christian atmosphere since that time. Accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, FBCS serves approximately 470 students ages 2 - 8th grade every year. Please visit our website www.fbcschool.org and/or call our school office for a tour of our wonderful facilities. Please address any individual concerns or questions you may have about our organization in person at our offices (533 Ockley Drive, Shreveport) or via telephone call to our Head of School (318-869-2361). The administrators of this page will not respond to individuals questions or concerns via this public forum.
Attn FBCS Middle Schooler: here is a great opportunity for FB church service hours.
FBC VBS is June 10-14th, 9 am - 12 pm
Middle school students who are interested in volunteering must attend the training meeting, June 9, 4:30 pm (formerly 5 pm) in the Chapel. Students must be trained in order to serve at VBS. Middle School students will not be permitted to volunteer unless they have completed training.
If a student cannot make the meeting, they need to contact the Children’s Ministry office at 318-841-8432.
Hope everyone has a safe and happy summer!
Our summer office hours are:
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
9 AM - 12 Noon
The school office will be closed the week of July 4th.
Regular office hours will resume Monday, August 5th.
Yesterday was the fourth annual AR water gun battle between our headmaster, elementary coordinator, children’s minister and those students who tripled their personal reading goal for the fourth nine weeks. We work hard...but we play hard too!
It was a great day for our 4th grade Living Museum. Our students portrayed everyone from Bono to Lucille Ball.
Mrs. Flint's "Busy Bears" filled their marble jar and went on a walking field trip to see the church organ and its "secret" room.
Another successful “book talk” by one of our fourth graders! Sam brought his motorcycle to school as his artifact to represent a recent book he read. It’s exciting when students get excited about a new book!
For those of you who prefer digital...Field Day map and schedules. 2019
Due to the weather, Field Day has been rescheduled for Monday, May 13th. Silver Star regular lunches scheduled for Monday have been rescheduled for tomorrow. Your hamburger or chicken strip pre-ordered lunches will be available on Monday. If you did not pre-order a field day lunch, please bring a sack lunch. You may wear your field day shirt Monday. The field day schedule will remain the same on Monday and opening ceremonies will begin at 9:00 AM.
Tomorrow is a regularly scheduled school and uniform day.
First Baptist Church School welcomed back our alumni. Congratulations to the class of 2019!
Our fifth grade students recently completed the D.A.R.E. Program through the Caddo Parish Sheriff’s Office. Some of them are pictured here with Sheriff Steve Prator.
Congratulations to our ArtBreak 2019 winners! Jack Eli Ford (8th grade) won Literary Best of Grade for his writing, “King Cake” and Jacques Braud (2nd Grade) won Literary Image of ArtBreak for his writing, “Fall”.
[05/02/19] I have two tickets for tonight’s (Thursday) performance!! Anybody? —Donnese Knox Sepulvado
Last week we had our 8th grade reveal at FBCS. Here's a glimpse of where our students are heading to high school. Good luck on your future endeavors. Forever a Patriot!
Our Kindergarten classes are learning about ladybugs. They are reading The Grouchy Ladybug by Eric Carle. Yesterday they released 3000 ladybugs in our school’s garden. Ladybugs are considered to be a beneficial bug which help get rid of aphids and other pests.
Please Be Our Guest as FBCS presents “Beauty and the Beast”! May 1st, May 2nd and May 3rd at 6:00pm- Emmett Hook Center. Limited tickets still available at the First Baptist Church School office.
First Baptist Church School wins the Middle School Tennis League Championship for the 5th year in a row. Go Patriots!
Deadline to order a personalized brick is TOMORROW - Friday, April 12. Salvaged bricks will still be available in the school office.
[04/09/19] If you have a high schooler that needs volunteer hours— FBCS Field Day, May 10th 8:30-2:00. We have invited volunteers from CE Byrd, Loyola, Magnet and Captain Shreve. Have your high schooler contact their school about volunteering to help out on this day!! We love to have our FBCS graduates come back to help with Field Day!!! 🏃🏻🥇🏃🏻♀️🏀🍧
Music fun for the K3 Titus Turtles - celebrating the Week of the Young Child!
Since we have had such a great response for the new engraved bricks, we are extending the order deadline to Friday, April 12. Please go online and order a brick to be placed in the new green space area of the old Middleton Hall. Go to the website below.
Our first graders helped plant our spring teaching garden! And they added something new...a little fairy garden!
Don’t forget to go to Rotolo’s for lunch or dinner today!! They are donating a portion of today’s sales to St Jude’s in honor of our very own Eva Moton!! Continue to pray for Eva, she is doing well!!! There is also a contribution jar there that you can directly donate to St Jude’s!! Mention Eva’s name when ordering!!!
Don't forget to order your new bricks. Deadline to order is this Friday, March 22. Salvaged bricks from old Middleton Hall are still available in the office.
You have one more week to order a commemorative brick. Deadline to order is Friday, March 22! Salvaged bricks are still available in the office. Email [email protected] with questions.
We are so lucky to have had author and poet Brod Bagert visit FBCS! He shared his poems and love of writing with our K5 through 8th grade students. Mr. Bagert truly makes literature come to life!
Don't miss out on ordering your bricks! Deadline to order is Friday, March 22. Salvaged bricks available in the school office. For questions, email Laura Fegley at [email protected].
FBCS is excited to announce that we have adopted TYNKER, a computer coding program! We had a special day yesterday to officially launch the program and get everyone involved. While students had time to practice coding, they also spent plenty of time “unplugged” learning new vocabulary and writing algorithms. We are excited about incorporating TYNKER into our curriculum.
Own a piece of the FBCS past...and pave the way to the FBCS future.
Building on Excellence Brick Campaign
For questions, email Laura Fegley at [email protected]
Thank you Lowder Baking Company for helping us celebrate our elementary straight A students! They had a great time touring your newly opened facility and sampling your delicious king cake.
It is the letter "V" week in Kindergarten. Meet the vegetable individual in Mrs. Williamson's class.
We had a great Open House last week. Thank you to everyone who visited our wonderful school. If you were unable to stop by, you can schedule a private tour by contacting Traci at (318) 869-2361.
In STREAM, the K4 Bridging class is learning about the continents and oceans on planet earth.
First Baptist Church School had a great time showcasing our wonderful school on KTBS 3 First Cup with First News. Come see what FBCS has to offer at our Open House today, Wednesday, and Thursday from 9 AM to 1 PM. Come and go parent tours.
Jason's Deli Preschool Fundraiser Tomorrow night!
Dine-in or Carry-out
Uptown Shopping Center - 5808 Line Avenue
Be sure to mention First Baptist Church School when you order and our preschool classes will receive 15% of the sales!
Congratulations to Elizabeth May, District 5th Grade Student of the Year. She will now advance to the Regional screening of the Private School Student of the Year on February 13 in Baton Rouge.
Our FBCS Student Council is in Lake Charles, LA having a lot of fun at LASC. We received the first EVER “TRIPLE STAR GOLD COUNCIL” award; we were elected District IX Parliamentarian; we won 2nd place (Sarah Jackson) in the Essay Contest; First Place in the “RECYCLED CRITTER” contest (Lily Blaylock & Garland Barrett) and we received awards for the Charity Donation, Student Council Week, & Custodian Appreciation Week !!!! GREAT WEEKEND! Here are some pics from the convention.....
These students from Mrs. Yearwood's class received certificates for completing different challenges in the coding program we are adopting.
Our preschool STREAM classes are having fun building snowmen. They made the snow with cornstarch, hair conditioner, and glitter.
Elementary Christmas Program 2018. Thank you Eloise Graf for capturing these beautiful images!
The Pre-K 4, Bridging and Kindergarten Classes performed the "ABC Nativity" for families and friends on Tuesday, December 18th. Each letter of the alphabet was used to tell the story of that First Christmas.
We had "snow much fun" this week celebrating our top readers in the elementary school with reindeer games and a make your own melted snowman dessert!
Getting in the holiday spirit at FBCS!
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