A collections of stories of current and former students, FWC parents and grandparents, and Fort Worth Christian faculty and staff. We tell our stories through the lens of living lives of faith, service, and leadership for Christ!
FWC PODCAST: Episode 003 - Mayor Oscar Trevino of NRH - Interviewed by FWC Student, Julian Sanchez, 11th Grade
Recorded during Hispanic Heritage Month (Sept 15-Oct 15), FWC Junior, Julian Sanchez, interviewed the honorable Mayor of North Richland Hills, Mr. Oscar Trevino. Mayor Trevino is a long-time friend of FWC. Julian is brand new to FWC this year and does a great job talking about faith, service, and leadership with Mayor Trevino.
OSCAR TREVINO BIO:
Mayor Oscar Trevino was elected Mayor of North Richland Hills, Texas in June 2002 and re-elected in 2004 and 2006. He has served on the City Council since 1999.
Mr. Trevino was born and raised in San Antonio, Texas. He graduated from Texas A&M University in 1978 with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering. He is the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO), Ex-Officio Member. He also won the Hispanic Businessman of the Year, Fort Worth Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (2015)
Mr. Trevino currently serves on the following boards and committees:
Executive Committee Member and Past Chair, Tarrant Regional Transportation Coalition (TRTC)
Chair, Regional Transportation Council (RTC)
Vice Chair, National League of Cities Transportation Infrastructure and Services Steering Committee
Partners in Mobility Steering Committee, North Central Texas Council of Governments
Coalition for Better Transportation
Regional Transit Initiative Committee
Texas Transportation Institute (TTI) Advisory Council
On a personal note:
President and owner of O. Trevino Construction
Member of St. John's Catholic Church
Fourth Degree Knight of Columbus
He and his wife Carol have two children and one grandchild
FWC PODCAST: Episode 002 - Interview with Theatre Director, Marcia Bordelon
Randy Vaughn, Director of Enrollment Management, interviews Theatre Director, Marcia Bordelon. In this 22-min episode, Mrs. Bordelon (who the students call the "Queen B") shares about our journey of FAITH (the highs and the lows) and showcases our Fine Arts students and how they are developing into amazing SERVANT LEADERS.
FWC PODCAST: Episode 001 - Interview with Head Varsity Baseball Coach, Clemente Sosa
Randy Vaughn, Director of Enrollment Management, interviews Head Varsity Baseball Coach, Clement Sosa. In this 20-min episode, Coach Sosa’s shares how faith, service, and leadership for Christ have been a part of his personal story and the FWC Cardinal Baseball program. ⚾️ MUSIC: What has become the anthem of baseball, and sung most often during the 7th inning stretch, “Take Me Out to the Ballgame” was released first in 1908 by two men who had never been to a baseball game before - and the lyrics speak of a romantic song of a girl who loved baseball so much that she wanted her beau to take her to a ballgame rather than a show. ⚾️ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Take_Me_Out_to_the_Ball_Game