joomla counter

TTT quotes leaderboard

sign up eletters

Hot off the Press


FREDERICKSBURG, VA – With recent reports of national averages on the SAT college-admissions test falling, Fredericksburg Christian Schools (FCS) have seen an increase in the scores of their students over the past three years, well surpassing local and national averages. This year's FCS average of 1635 is more than 100 points above the state average of 1517 and more than 150 points above the national average of 1471.

This increase continues a trend which began three years ago. In 2011 FCS students earned an average SAT score of 1551. That grew to 1559 in 2012 and continued to increase this year.

"The improvement in the average SAT score for FCS students is indicative of our goal of providing our students with a well-rounded education," said FCS Superintendent Rick Yost. "FCS' curriculum offers students an education with a college-prep focus that prepares them well for the SAT and the PSAT tests."

The increase in scores at FCS can be seen across the board in all three areas of the SAT test: verbal, math and writing.

Year FCS Verbal FCS Math FCS Writing FCS       State     National
2013 548 535 522 1635 1517 1474
2012 530 518 511 1559 1510 1477
2011 526 517 508 1551 1516  


About Fredericksburg Christian Schools

With two campuses in Fredericksburg and one in Stafford, Fredericksburg Christian Schools (FCS) provides nearly 800 children, preschool through high school, with a Christian-focused education each day and has done so since its founding in 1979. Founders Gary and Andra Foss created an atmosphere for learning that promotes academic excellence in conjunction with strong Christian ideals and a commitment to service. FCS is also represented by 25 athletic teams for students, middle school through high school, and upper classmen also complete service projects each year, some overseas. FCS is accredited by the Association of Christian Schools International and the Virginia Council for Private Education. For more information, visit

User Rating: 0 / 5

Star InactiveStar InactiveStar InactiveStar InactiveStar Inactive

Pouches' Community Corner

This month Pouches learned about a very important resource for families who have lost loved ones to sudden tragedy, an organization called LLOST.

keepsake box

The foundation has helped 44 hospitals in 22 states through their Treasured Memories program. The program sends nurses to bereavement training, and provides or supplements the $55 memory boxes that include clothes, booties, handknot blankets, pictures, foot prints, hand prints, clipped hair and other mementos.