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Five Ways to Pray for the New School Year

by Erica Baldwin, head of Parents of Friendship “Blessed are the children whose mothers garden in the soil of their souls. The fruit they bear will not only serve them in the future, but a whole generation will be beautiful and enriched.” —Sally Clarkson, Mission of Motherhood As a new school year begins, moms, dads, […]

Final Exam Schedule 2023

As we look to the end of the school year, the promise of summer break is within reach!  For those planning ahead, click here to read the Final Exam Schedule for this year.  Exams will be held on Friday, May 26, and Tuesday and Wednesday, May 30-31.  Monday, May 29, is Memorial Day, and we will not […]

Summer Camp 2023

Registration Is Open for FCS Families! As we are in the last full month of school, it is an exciting reality that summer is quickly approaching. We would urge you to consider Friendship Summer Camp for any of your childcare needs while school is not in session. The available dates are June 12 – July 27. Register online […]

Elementary NCCSA Fine Arts Competition Results

2023 Elementary Fine Arts Competitions Our upper elementary students have been working hard to learn different elements from the fine arts. Each elementary class has certain special fine arts classes each week: music, choir, and art. During elementary specials, our teachers help prepare them for the NCCSA Fine Arts competition. This year our students competed […]

NCCSA Fine Arts Competition Results

2023 Fine Arts Competitions Our middle and high school students have the opportunity to participate in a variety of electives each school year. Some of our students choose to participate in choir, band, and art or a combination for their fine art electives. As a part of these electives, our teachers help prepare them for […]

2nd Annual Spelling Bee

  As we wrap up national Read Across America week, I am reminded of the quote by the author of Winnie the Pooh, A.A. Milne. “My spelling is Wobbly! It’s good spelling but it Wobbles and letters get in the wrong places.” His wobbly letters have been used to create words and books that have ignited […]