Faith BCI Activities
During the school year, The Student Association, together with the administration, aims to serve the students by maintaining a balance in the spiritual, social, and academic facets of life at Faith.
Class officers (president, vice-president, secretary, and historian) are elected annually by each class. A class advisor is elected the freshman year and again the sophomore year. The sophomore year advisor automatically becomes the class advisor again for the junior and senior years. Business meetings are held weekly.
The Student Association is the liaison between students and administration. The Student Association’s ultimate objective is to aid students in receiving all they can from campus life. Students may submit proposals that could bring policy or norm changes. Social life is enhanced through periodic events planned and implemented by this group. Student Association officers and representatives are elected annually by the classes. Candidates for office should be model students who have acceptable grades and exemplary Christian character. The Student Association is involved in such activities as:
Welcome Week: Each fall a time of fun activities is held to welcome the new freshmen. Daily events, chapel services, and a school-wide gathering are all part of this special week.
School Spirit Week: Spirit Week is a week of fun competition between classes and staff with the winning team being honored on a permanent plaque in the Student Lounge. Spirit Week ends on Saturday with a fun-filled final gathering.
Media Ministry Club
This club provides opportunities for students with an interest in multiple facets of media, and to interact with others with similar interest. It also serves as an introduction to media as a viable way to minister. Students will gain experience in such areas as video, sound, design, acting, web, etc.
Mentor groups meet weekly to discuss relevant topics, develop lasting relationships, encourage good community living, and build a stronger foundation on Jesus Christ and His word. Each group is composed of a staff member, as the mentor, and a small group of students, as the proteges.
Missionary Prayer Group: The World Missions Outreach Group is a student-run organization that meets weekly to support foreign missionaries through fervent prayer and to promote missions interest on campus.
Soul-Winning Prayer Group: Students who have a strong heart for the lost gather weekly to fast and pray for the unsaved.