Read how JFCA graduates are moving towards their goals for college and career. We are so proud of our alumni and how they represent JFCA in their school work and professional development.
Alumna Quinlyn Ryan Chinworth (Class of 2009) graduated from Oral Roberts University in 2009 with a B.S. in Nursing. She has traveled and worked in several different states with her nursing degree over the past six years. In 2018, she was nominated for Preceptor of the Year in Portland, OR. Currently, Quinlyn works part time as a Medical-Surgical Nurse on a Trauma Unit at Saint Francis Hospital in Tulsa, Oklahoma and recently started teaching Nursing part-time as Adjunct Faculty at ORU. When asked about receiving a Christ-centered education, Quinlyn said, "Personally, a Christ-Centered education was the right choice for [...]
Alumnus Connor Lewis (Class of 2014) currently attends Emory University's School of Nursing, and will graduate next May with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (with future plans to return to school for a Doctorate of Nursing Practice in Anesthesia). He has also earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Kennesaw State University in the Fall of 2016 where he graduated with honors and was inducted into Phi Kappa Phi. Connor works at Emory St. Joseph's Hospital in cardiac surgery pre/post-op, with the occasional opportunity to float into the operating room. He said, "I was truly blessed by [...]
Alumna Andie Daniell (Class of 2015) graduated from the University of Alabama in 2019 summa cum laude with a Bachelors of Science in Education (exercise science pre-Pt with concentration in nutrition), and currently playing professional tennis. When asked about receiving a Christian education, she said, "I’m so thankful for the Christ-centered education I received at JFCA. Not only did this school help prepare me for the education I would receive in college, but it also helped me be prepared spiritually. My relationship with the Lord grew a lot in college, but if I didn’t have a relationship with him [...]
Alumna Lauren Collini (Class of 2012) graduated from Kennesaw State University in May 2019 with a B.S. in Middle Grades Education with concentrations in Science and Math. She will begin her teaching career as a 7th grade science teacher at E.T. Booth Middle School in Cherokee County this coming August. Reflecting on her time in Christian school, she said, "I enjoyed my experience, however I don't think that I appreciated it as much as I should have until I began teaching in public schools. Seeing first hand the difference in culture, friends, and quality of education has made me [...]
Alumna Rachel Daniell (Class of 2011) graduated from the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) with a Bachelor of Science in Biology, M.D. Rachel is currently a Family Medicine Resident at Naval Medical Center Camp Lejeune, NC. She will be continuing her training in family medicine as a lieutenant in the Navy for the next three years. When asked about her opinion of receiving a Christ-centered education, she replied, “Looking back I am so glad that my parents placed me in an environment in which education was taught through a biblical perspective. Especially going to a secular university, I [...]
Alumnus Jacob Harb (Class of 2017) (pictured right) is attending Kennesaw State University and graduating in 2021. Jacob is currently studying business management with a minor in marketing. As the Co-Head Manager for the Men’s basketball team, some of his responsibilities include traveling on the road with the team, managing equipment, helping with team laundry, rebounding and passing during practices, and many other jobs within the program. Jacob is also involved with the Johnson Ferry college Bible study. When asked about his opinion of receiving a Christ-centered education, he replied, “A Christ-centered education has made me realize how grateful [...]
Alumnus Jackson Webb (Class of 2015) attends the Georgia Institute of Technology and is seeking a degree in Business. Jackson plays baseball for the Hornets and is actively involved in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA). When asked his opinion on the effects of a Christ-centered education, Webb states, “Yes very glad! It helped me keep my focus on the important things and kept me around some great people.” He further states that, “My walk with Christ has lifted me up knowing He is the reason behind everything and that He has a plan. Without this everything seems hopeless!” [...]
Alumnus Jackson Webb (Georgia Tech) and former student Mason Meadows (University of Georgia) squared off at the Farmview Market Spring Classic Baseball Game at Sun Trust Park on April 23, 2019. Approximately 125 JFCA parents and students attended the event. JFCA is very proud of Jackson and Mason and the impact they are making on their teammates and campus!