Welcome to BCS! This is our blog where we update school happenings daily. Mrs. Tabetha Sullens, Principal posts pictures and information for parents, students, staff and guests. Please take your time and get to know us... come see what Boyd Christian School has to offer.

Monday, December 16, 2013

Boyd Christian School hosts a College Fair Day


     F.C. Boyd Christian School recently held a College Fair Day for their high school students.  Representatives from the following colleges were on hand for the event:      Freed-Hardeman University, University of TNKnoxville, University of TNChattanooga, Lipscomb University, Motlow State Community College, Tennessee Tech University, Middle TN State University, and Austin Peay State University. 

     Marco DiLuca, Admissions Counselor for Freed-Hardeman University, said “I am thankful for College Fair Days because it gives me the opportunity to recruit students in person.”  The college representatives talked with the students and provided admissions and scholarship information.  Allison Stiles, BCS Guidance Counselor, gave all of the freshman, sophomore, and junior students a packet including ways to jumpstart college planning and an action plan for each year of high school.  The seniors were given a college expectations & study skills guide, and reminders about admissions/scholarship deadlines.  The parents of the students were also invited and given a parents’ practical guide to college and financial aid information. 

     The students were very excited about the event and enjoyed meeting with the representatives.  Junior student, Caleb Rigsby, said “This was very informative and I’m starting on my college applications this month!”  Currently all of Boyd’s high school seniors have plans to attend college, excluding one student who plans to enlist in the Air Force.  Boyd considered the College Fair Day to be a huge success and is very grateful to all who participated.      

Friday, December 6, 2013

BCS College Fair Day

Guidance Counselor Allison Stiles planned Boyd's 2013 College Fair Day. We were happy to have nine colleges visit our campus. Students in 8th - 12th grades met with the college representatives. Everyone enjoyed the afternoon.

Monday, December 2, 2013


Our hearts and prayers go out to the families and friends of the four Warren County High School students who passed away this weekend in our county. We extend our deepest sympathies to you.

Monday, November 18, 2013

Girls Basketball

Congratulations to the 7/8th grade girls who placed second in the tournament this weekend.
Special congratulations go out to Stephanie Mullins, Allie Kuykendall and Saylor Hodges who won individual awards.

Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Dr. Harrub Visits Boyd Middle & High School Students

Dr. Brad Harrub Speaks to Boyd Students


    Dr. Brad Harrub held a seminar for the F.C. Boyd Christian School students this past week.  He holds a PhD in anatomy and neurobiology from the College of Medicine at the University of Tennessee at Memphis and is widely known for the scientific approach he takes in providing the evidence that supports man’s origins from God and disputes the teachings of evolution as a fact.  He has authored several books including “Convicted: A Scientist Examines the Evidence for Christianity” and also serves as the Executive Director and cofounder of Focus Press and as co-editor of “Think” magazine, a monthly magazine on Christian Evidences. 


     Boyd’s middle and high school students were blessed to participate in his “Truth About Origins” seminar which he conducts throughout the country and around the world over 40 times each year.  Dr. Harrub spoke plainly about the importance of understanding the evidences proving the origin of man from God.  He stated that public schools and colleges are teaching evolution in their science classes as a fact without sound evaluation of the evidence.  The students need to ask their teachers where the evidence for evolution is, noting that their evidence is Hollywood, not science!  They’re not looking at the evidence instead they are trying to take God out of the picture.


     When a Boyd student asked Dr. Harrub what made him want to go around the world speaking against evolution, he replied I decided to be a physician of the soul rather than a medical doctor!  Dr. Harrub continues to teach and share his messages on the origins of earth providing evidence that supports a Christian world view…..a valuable message for the Boyd students as they prepare for their future endeavors.

From Mrs. Stiles

November 13, 2013


Dear BCS Parents:


I am starting my mini-nutrition and exercise classes with our Elementary P.E. students and will be having them over the next month.  I will be sending home handouts each week to help you see what we are talking about.  Please read over the handouts and help me to promote healthy eating and exercise with our students.  Physical activity and eating a healthy diet can promote happiness, health, more energy and a longer life.  I also want to share with you the Dietary Guidelines for Americans listed below:


- Build a healthy plate (make ½ your plate fruits and vegetables; switch to skim or 1% milk; make at least ½ your grains whole; vary your protein food choices)

- Cut back on foods high in solid fats, added sugars, and salt (choose foods & drinks with little or no added sugars; look out for salt/sodium in foods you buy – it all adds up; eat few foods that are high in solid fats)

- Eat the right amount of calories for you (go to www.choosemyplate.gov to calculate your daily calorie needs based on your weight, height, age, activity level; enjoy your food but eat less – watch portion sizes; cook/eat more often at home, where you are more in control of what’s in your food; when eating out, choose lower calorie menu options; write down what you eat to keep track of how much you eat; use food labels to help you make better choices)

- Be physically active your way – Every bit of exercise adds up and the health benefits increase as you spend more time being active!


It is my prayer that you will try to make exercise and healthy eating a part of your family’s lifestyle.  Thank you!




Mrs. Allison Stiles

BCS Guidance 

Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Yankee Candle Sale

The Yankee Candle Sale starts today!

The top seller in school will get 100.00 cash!
The top seller in each class can silly string the teacher or principal of choice!
All students selling 5 candles or more can dress as a super hero in December on Superhero day!

Thanks for your support!!!

Praying for Hannah

When you see the HS boys basketball team praying before a game,
they aren't praying for a win or even praying for their safety!

They are praying for alumnus Hannah Disbro who is battling cancer.
"They play with her in mind at every game" said coach Sullens. He went on to say, "She is Boyd family forever".
Join us and keep Hannah Disbro in your prayers!

Monday, October 28, 2013

Weather Closings~

Dear Parents,

Winter is on the way. You can count on NEWS 2 Snowtracker to be your fastest source for snow closing information. News 2 will broadcast closings as they are sent in. You can check channel 2 for updates at 11 AM, 4 PM, 4:30PM, 5:00PM, 6PM, and 10PM. You can also check www.wkrn.com.  You can sign up for text alerts on their website as well.

You can also text the words @boydc to phone number 443-486-7579.  I will text you immediately of any school or weather closings.

Thank you.

Mrs. Sullens

Thursday, October 24, 2013


  You are all welcome to
Friday October 25
2-6 p.m.
(in the elementary classrooms and the gym)
Chili supper and desserts in the cafeteria.
Come out to play games, enjoy the moon bounce, air slide,
concessions including hot dogs and cotton candy,
face painting, temporary tattoo's
and a one of a kind photo booth with props (which are quite comical).
Silent auction going on now...including:
500.00 worth of lawn care from Jones lawn care
Wink Skincare signature facial value 50.00
Aromatique basket value 40.00
Round of golf at Willowbrook x 2
Flowers on main Halloween decor
Solar rays tanning package value 30.00
Miller photography session and print cake 100.00
Xbox 360
Ceramic wreath
Chevron purse
Two tickets to Cumberland caverns value 40.00
Gateway tire oil lube and filter value 70.00
Tan for u 150 minutes
Three leather coolers
2 Cedar wood nursery soft touch Hollys
2 cedar wood any pencil Hollys
5 cedar wood monkey grass
3 Vera Bradley purses
Diamond classic Swarovski bracelet
Kindle the heart art photography value 750.00
Diamond classics cross necklace
Tiger lily florist 25.00 gift card
Kings hair den hair kit
2 -6 month subscriptions to Southern Standard
Healing for Hannah basket filled with gift cards, bath goods, and candy.
Duck dynasty senior basket value 150.00
Pre k Disney basket value 100.00
Middle school sports basket value 100.00
Science basket value 100.00
If you cannot come in to bid, call Terry at 931-473-9631to place a bid for you!
*Thank you for making the scavenger hunt such a huge success! The kids had so much fun  bringing in their items! We anxiously await the winners.

Second Grade Visitor

Mrs. Newby invited two guests, David and Tena King, to come speak about and represent the family and farm life during the  1800's to go along with her history study. The students engaged in shucking corn, grinding corn, making cornbread and milking cows. The students appeared to have really enjoyed the visit.
 David & Talan
Bella & Abigail



Mr. Darby's Ion Experiment

Mr. Darby hosted another one of his famous experiments today. Allie Shaye was brave enough to test it out. She did feel a "tingle" from the charge that occurred from the citric acid in the lemon. The students were all engaged in the experiment.

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Atwell Pecans

The Atwell Pecans are on the way. They should arrive mid Novemeber.

Uniform Addition

Dear Parents,

As the weather grows cooler, we have decided to allow button down "oxford" style shirts as part of the uniform.  We hope  this will allow some of you to use clothing you have for church and not have to purchase more.  Please ask your children to continue to dress respectfully and present themselves in the best manner possible as representatives of BCS.

Mrs. Sullens

Tuesday, October 22, 2013


is Friday, October 25
 2-6 pm.
The chili supper and dessert table is 4-6 pm.
Concessions - cotton candy- hotdogs
 and drinks will be in the concession stand 2-6 pm.

The silent auction goes on all week in the hallway of the main building and the
scavenger hunt is underway NOW!
Come see us! All are welcome!

Cross Country News

Congratulations to Heath Kuykendall and Ben Rivers for making the ALL STAR TEAM!

Congratulations to Philip Brock who made all conference!

We are so proud of you all! Thank you for representing Boyd so well.

Friday, October 11, 2013

Fall Break

Fall Break is October 14-18.
EVERYONE have a safe and restful
fall break.
 I hope you enjoy the time off with your families!
Monday Oct. 21 is an administrative day
(no students),
so I will see students back
on Tuesday, October 22.
Mrs. Sullens

Student Body Supports Breast Cancer Awareness

Today is "Paint the Town Pink" Day to honor Breast Cancer Awareness. Upperclassmen Blathan, Taven, Logan and Edgar are all supporting pink today!

Cheerleader Bake Sale

Thank you to Mrs. Barbara Hash for helping organize and bake for the cheerleader bake sale! Everything was wonderful.

Monday, October 7, 2013

Field Trip to the Zoo

Grades 2-5 enjoyed Friday at the zoo in Nashville.  They had a wonderful day. Thank you to all of the parents who chaperoned.

Friday, October 4, 2013


We are proud to announce that Mrs. Aimee Beilling is the new cheerleading sponsor for grades 2-8. Bella and Braylin are all smiles after the first home basketball game last night! GO BRONCOS!!!

Spanish IV

The Spanish IV class invited me for bunuelos wheels and coffee this morning. Claire was absent, but her peers were all on task as they translated The Lord's Prayer in Spanish along with teacher Amy Corley. We are so blessed to have Amy as part of our faculty. The one-on-one teaching instruction in this classroom is invaluable! These students will be very prepared for college.


Bucky made an appearance at the first home basketball game last night!
(Thanks Britt Brown!)

Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Nestor Stewart Roast Success!

Over 100 guests visited Central when we honored Mr. Nestor Stewart last Thursday night. He spoke of three main points: Godliness, hard work and honesty... the three main things we strive to teach at Boyd Christian School. When he spoke we were moved to tears and then quickly to laughter. What a blessed evening. Nestor encompasses humility and work ethic. What an honor to be able to Roast him.  We look forward to the next annual Roast... who will it be?

I asked some of our student body to attend to represent those students whom Nestor has helped through the numerous donations for man years. His influence at Boyd is invaluable.

Wednesday, September 25, 2013


 has been set for
 Friday, October 25 from 2-6 p.m.

Mrs. Emily Boersma is chairing this celebration. Please mark your calendar and make plans to attend. Games and vendor booths will be present. We will also host our annual Chili supper.    We need mothers, grand-mothers, aunts and sisters to make chili and baked goods. Call Mrs. Terry to sign up please. We look forward to a great day. (The rainout day will be rescheduled for November 1.)
Thank you!
Congratulations to Philip Brock on placing second at the cross country meet Monday at Currey Ingram Academy. Keep up the great work! Philip represents Boyd very well! His time of 17:23 is outstanding!

Fair Day

September 18, 2013


I would like to thank and congratulate the following who competed at the Fair School Day Olympics last Friday....


Kaylin Barrett

Saul Barrett

Raleigh Gilliam

Dallas Greene

Jonathan Greene

Hailie Greer

Gage Harris

Anna Jones

Ava Jones

Elahanna Kastello

Jace Oliver

Cydney Jane Perry

Jordan Perry

Adam Pistole

Bryant Ralph

Lauren Sparkman

Alaina Stiles

Bella Stiles

Bryson Stiles

Nathan Turner

Jonathan Wayman

Hannah Young

Morgan Young


Our students represented Boyd Christian School well, and I was so proud of them!  They won a total of 15 ribbons and had so much fun! 


Thank you,

Mrs. Allison Stiles

BCS Guidance & P.E.

Friday, September 20, 2013

Nursery Rhyme Day in Kindergarten

Mrs. Amanda Burks invited me down to kindergarten this morning to observe the children reciting their nursery rhymes. Mrs. Amanda follows the state standard that all children in her class recite familiar nursery rhymes. The students told us what rhyme they were reciting and who their character is.

They were not nervous at all! They did an amazing job. I was thrilled to be asked to be a part of this fun day. Enjoy the pictures from class this morning.
Mrs. Sullens

Monday, September 16, 2013

Today we welcome Mr. Cliff Goodwin to speak in chapel and have lunch with the student body.

Fair Field Day

Congrats to all of our student competitors!

Fair Food Booth

EXTREME special thanks go out to Dale Bennett, Teresa Stinson and Lisa Zavogiannis. We cannot repay you for your hard work organizing our booth!

 To all the parent, teacher and student volunteers... Thank you!!!