Middle school students study World History in 7th grade and U.S. History (Colonial through Civil War periods) in 8th grade to provide a foundation for High School.

Freshmen take Geography to learn about the physical and population geography of the world and how people groups function on a daily basis. In World History, sophomores acquire a well-rounded historical perspective by looking into actions of past civilizations and comparing them to the perspective of the Scriptures. Juniors and Seniors may study U.S. History (Civil War through modern day) or AP U.S. History (broader U.S. History themes, original source documents, and essay writing). In Government/Economics, Seniors learn how our country’s political and economic systems function by using lectures, activities, mock presentations, and group work.

History Faculty

Kevin Johns

B.S., Physical Education, Minor in History, Bob Jones University
Started at FCS in 2001
Serves as kindergarten Sunday school teacher
Attends Faith Church

Elizabeth Wickert

BS, AYA Integrated Social Studies, Cedarville University
Started at FCS in 2008
Involved in Career Class and nursery
Attends Faith Church

Tim Jones

B.S. History Education, Maranatha Baptist University

MEd Teaching and Learning, Maranatha Baptist University

Started FCS in 2016

Attends Faith Church

Natalie Dhingra

B.S., Elementary Education/Special Education, Huntington University
 -Middle School Social Studies
Started at FCS in 2015

Attends Faith Church