Why the Auction?

Why the Auction?

You may wonder, “Why does FCS promote and invest in a benefit auction?” It’s a fair question and one that is pretty easy to formulate a response.

One of the natural tensions that we face is improving every aspect of FCS simultaneously. We offer an excellent, Christ-centered education to any family who desires to partner with us. In seeking to do so, we work hard at keeping our tuition as affordable as possible. We also desire to pay and support our school faculty/staff a livable wage. We want all of our programs, facilities, and campuses to be A+ and to give folks a high and worthy opinion of Christ. As you envision these areas of academic excellence, A+ facilities, and staff betterment, you can understand the importance and challenge of the constant tension that we face.

Our Eagle Auction is one of our school’s 4 major fundraisers. Our goal this year is to raise over $60,000! That is a tall order, and we truly need all of our school family members to prayerfully and financially participate in this event! Attending the auction with a “spirit of support and giving” is necessary! We hope that folks are coming to the auction with the understanding and goal of accomplishing our financial goals and allowing us to continue to offer an excellent, Christ-centered education for years to come!

I trust that you will commit today to attend this year’s Eagle Auction on Saturday, November 7th. Purchase or reserve your tickets today online or by calling the school office at (765) 449-2727! Would you join with me in your prayers, your support, and your financial backing of this year’s Eagle Auction and get your ticket today?

Sneak peak at a few of the auction items this year:

Manning JerseyStar WarsLunch Box 2Colts FootballBike

Watch the auction videos recently produced:


Scott Grass
Scott Grass is the administrator of Faith Christian School. He has been involved with Faith Christian School since it began in 1997. He and his wife, Debbie, have been active members of Faith Church since 1990. Scott also serves as a deacon and an ABF teacher.