Monday, May 24, 2010

2010 FBC Homeschool Academy Graduation

We had our 2010 FBC Homeschool Academy Graduation
on Sunday night. We had three homeschoolers
from our church to graduate high school this
year. We are so proud of our seniors!
Since we have the homeschool academy,
we also honor our younger students at this
time as well.


Emily playing her recital song "When I Survey"
A beautiful arrangement from a Patch the Pirate book
she uses. She did a great job!
Mrs. Becky and Miss Carrie singing "Sheltered"
This song was written by Bro Jonathan Davis of Breaking Ground.
It perfectly describes life as a "homeschooler".


Savannah receiving an award


Emily received an award



My husband gave a gift of appreciation to
Mrs. Cheryl Nelson who is the director
of our homeschool academy. She gives
much of her time and does a wonderful job.
We appreciate her so much!

Bro Daniel Jordan
~Missionary on deputation to Montana~
He has preached to our young people for
several years. He has made a tremendous impact
on their lives. It was only fitting that he should be
a part of our commencement services. To
learn more about their ministry, visit
Bro Jonathan Snow playing Pomp and Circumstance

Here they come!
The FBC Class of 2010!

Cory Nelson being award his high school diploma
as well as a new Scofield bible.

Faith had actually already graduated earlier in the week.
She was registered with another homeschool group
that her family had been with before moving
to our area. But, since she is a part of our church
and a very active young lady in our youth group
we definitely wanted to include her as part of the
service. Here she is getting her diploma a
second time ;) and being awarded a new
Scofield bible. (Every graduating senior that
is a member of our church receives a new bible)

Kelly Williams being awarded her diploma and bible.


FBC Class of 2010
Kelly Williams, Faith Sparkman, Cory Nelson
Congratulations, graduates!


We hosted reception afterward.
Here sits Bro Benjamin Cooley and Miss Carrie.


The Jordan Family




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