FBA's mission is to Equip Students with the Truth of God's Word while developing their character, intellect, and potential to Explore, Create, Challenge, and Lead, and we are proud of our FBA graduates and everything they go on and accomplish beyond FBA.
- Lindsey Asarch - Class of '10
- Lenoir Blunk - Class of '10
- Priya Chacko - Class of '07
- Tyler Look - Class of '07
Lindsey is a Political Science Major and Criminal Justice Minor at Charleston Southern University. She was recently accepted into the Student Leadership Academy and is currently a member of the university's cheerleading squad. Lindsey was elected by the student body as a Junior Senator for the student government association and later was appointed Press Secretary for the student government association to handle the social media accounts and promote campus activities for said association. Lindsey is a member of the National Grand Chapter American Criminal Justice Association Lambda Alpha Epsilon. As a member, she is on the board of ticket appeals for the university. In Lindsey's free time she volunteers at Agapé Hospice.
Lenoir Blunk attended First Baptist Academy from 3rd grade through 8th grade and went to Houston Christian High School with many friends from FBA. While she attended Houston Christian, Lenoir was very involved in Student Council, art, and the Honor Society. Upon graduation in 2010, she enrolled at the University of Texas at Austin, where she received her Bachelor of Science with a Minor in Business from McComb's School of Business. It was during Lenoir's business classes that she realized she wanted to learn more about finance. From there, Lenoir applied to graduate programs seeking a Masters of Business Administration or a Masters of Finance. In the end, she received her Master's of Business Administration with a focus in Finance from Baylor University's Hankamer School of Business. Lenoir is now in Commercial Banking with Bank of Texas, in the Accelerated Career Track (ACT) Program. She is happy that her job brought her back to Houston with her Warrior, Mustang, and Longhorn friends, accompanied by her dog Westy, who joined her family during her time at FBA.
After graduating from First Baptist Academy in 2007, Priya went on to attend Houston Christian High School, where she made many good friends with whom she pursued a variety of interests: basketball, tennis, Student Council, and lead a group of students on a backpacking trip in China. After high school, Priya enrolled at the University of Texas at Austin as a double major in Biomedical Engineering and Plan II Honors. Throughout her college education, she participated in intramural sports, undergraduate research, and professional societies. During the summers, Priya interned with Stryker Endoscopy, a leading biomedical device company, in San Jose, California – first as a Research and Development intern and then as an Operations intern. After successfully completing her second internship, she was offered a full time position to move to California and work for Stryker Endoscopy as a Process Quality Engineer. Priya has been working in this role and absolutely loves it. She says that life in the Bay Area has been nothing short of incredible. In her role, she works to improve the quality of the products and processes alike as well as develops new ways to improve. During the week, Priya says her work is challenging, fast-paced, and engaging. On the weekends, she tries to experience the variety of outdoor activities that the Bay Area and its surrounding regions have to offer. Over the past year, she has been hiking in the snow of Yosemite National Park, skiing at Heavenly, kayaking with sea otters in Monterey Bay, jet skiing on Lake Tahoe, and swimming in the ocean at Carmel. Although Texas will always be her home, she has been very blessed to be able to spend this time working for an amazing company in California.
Tyler Look went on from FBA to Houston Christian High School from which he graduated in 2011. Double majoring in Business Administration: Aviation Management and German International Trade with a minor in Spanish, Tyler graduated Summa Cum Laude in 2015 from Auburn University. He then was awarded a prestigious Fulbright Scholarship which he used to conduct research in Urban Intermodality in Berlin, Germany following graduation. Today, Tyler is employed in Mainz, Germany in the Business Aviation sector and continues to travel in his free time.