Desert View Christian School Graduation First Student Completing all Eight Grades

October 01, 2006 | Byron Fesler

Desert View Christian School (DVCS) in Mountain Home, Idaho, held its graduation celebration in honor of graduate Megan Fesler, the first student to complete all eight grades in the school.

This is DVCS’s eighth year of operation, and Fesler was the second student enrolled in the school when it began in 1998. Her brother, James Fesler, was the first student to enroll in the school and the first to graduate three years ago, along with Amber Moilanen and Jamie Troutfetter in the first graduating class.

"I've enjoyed all of the field trips over the years, especially when we learned how to ski or snowboard," says Megan. She is now attending Gem State Adventist Academy.

DVCS is a one-room school held in the basement of the Mountain Home Church. The average class size has been six students.