Some of our students may carry out administrative duties as Student Administrative Coordinators (SAC). SAC's help to supervise student activities. These roles teach them how to act responsibly and their peers in turn learn how to respond respectfully.
Another leadership role that is vital to the school is that of Student Council President. He or she is elected by the student body to serve as a representative of the student body to discuss and deal with matters that affect all students.
There is also an opportunity to learn about proper money management and entrepreneurial skills in the area of goods and services by filling the position of Snack Shop Manager.
The boarding students are required to undertake small projects after class hours in the form of GRATIS. This includes maintenance of property, farming and some other odd jobs. This Gratis programme is designed to help the students to develop proper work ethics, to gain experience in the working field, to mold them into more rounded individuals, and to keep their costs lower. Fairview's campus provides facilities for recreation and games so that our students can take some time out to unwind, relax and have some fun; thereby maintaining a balance in their lives. Students are at liberty to participate in sports such as football (soccer), netball, volleyball, basketball, cricket and table tennis.
All FBBC students are required to engage in some form of ministry called, "Christian Service." The purpose of Christian service is to develop the spiritual gifts of the students through practical experience as a service to God and a ministry that will impact the lives of people. Students can engage in ministering in the area of teaching, preaching, worship leading, soul winning, children's clubs, music, etc. Christian service should always be viewed as an opportunity to serve God and minister to others.
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"During the course of my teenage years, I rebelled, relying on selfish wisdom and trying to be other than who God called me to be. In January 2016, I re-committed my life to Christ. This re-commitment prompted me to pray and apply to Fairview. I have learned a lot since I have been enrolled at this institution not just from the professors, but also from my peers who encourage and motivate me to seek God daily in the Word."