After nearly two months of fierce competition with more than 600 schools, the final three schools have made the cut in Under Armour’s Finding Undeniable challenge — and First Presbyterian Christian Academy is among them.
FPCA was the wild-card selection alongside the two schools with the greatest number of online votes in the challenge to find the school with the most determination, commitment and heart.
FPCA is the smallest school in the competition with only 85 high school students, and 340 in the entire school from preschool through 12th grade.
“It is impressive that we have come this far and says so much about the drive and courage of our students, families and the entire community of Hinesville,” technology teacher Maria Reed said.
Now the final three are in a head-to-head competition to be the Under Armour Finding Undeniable high school winner and earn $140,000 for their school’s athletics programs. The school with the most votes will be announced Jan. 5 on ESPN from the Under Armour All-American game.
Supporters may vote once daily until Dec. 15 at findingundeniable.com.