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San Antonio Christian Schools

19202 Redland Road

San Antonio, Texas 78259

United States

Company Description

San Antonio Christian School is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit entity whose mission is to partner with families to provide students a Christ-centered education while fostering a life of faith and service. The School follows the Carver Model of corporate governance ... more

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Education

Librarian BA English/Psychology MA

English Communication Arts/ Business ACSI

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Our Team | San Antonio Christian School

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Liz Frame Librarian BA English/Psychology MA English Communication Arts/ Business ACSI or State Certification


Superintendent's Welcome :: San Antonio Christian Schools

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Superintendent's Welcome :: San Antonio Christian Schools

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Elise's mother, SACS Elementary ...

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Elise's mother, SACS Elementary School librarian Liz Frame, summarized her feelings concerning her daughter's diagnosis as sheer shock.

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Liz Frame, described by her daughter as her "rock through it all", disclosed she was overcome with the "helpless feeling [one has] when someone you love is so sick with something you can't see. Liz Frame would massage her daughter to alleviate the aches and pains, but describes the cancer as "in and of itself" so it was hard to target. "I tried to be there," recalls Frame's mother, "I was her pep-squad…[she was] in so much pain that she just needed someone to hold onto." Frame humbly admitted, "I like being in control of my life, so finding myself in a situation where I had absolutely no control was incredibly frustrating and scary. Frame further admits she quickly learned to trust wholeheartedly in God- "It was a struggle to maintain my faith in a good God when it felt like my life was falling apart all around me, but honestly, that time in my life is when I felt his presence the most. Frame notes throughout the doctor appointments, surgeries, and chemo-treatments her mother stood by her side and God had provided. Frame graduated SACS High school in 2010. She wrote for this very magazine and wished to pursue her passion by studying international communications. Although setback by a serious illness, Frame decidedly used her experience as a tool to strengthen -not only herself- but others around her. Frame declares, "I will never call cancer a 'gift' or 'blessing in disguise', but I do think God can redeem even the most terrible and painful experiences of your life. On October 31st, 2014, Frame went in for her last session of chemo, and a bone marrow biopsy on November 14th reaffirmed Frame as completely cancer free. Frame delightedly noted her gratitude towards God for delivering her and the help of encouragers throughout the 2 years of medical treatment. "It's been a marathon, " Frame concludes, "and I am so happy I don't have to run it anymore." Frame currently works for LIVESTRONG, a non-profit organization tailored towards providing valuable cancer resources for cancer patients and families. "There's a lot of hurt and confusion that comes along with cancer," notes Frame, "so being able to be apart of the healing process and 'pay it forward' and help others like me, that's been the most rewarding part of interning here." Frame's mother added that through her daughter's cancer experience, she has developed a passion for non-profit organizations. Frame's mother discloses Frame eventually wishes to start her own non-profit organization. Prior to her diagnoses, Frame had been a Christian; however her mother believes cancer made her stronger and more steadfast in her faith. To Frame's mother, trying to cope with cancer without God is unimaginable- "it'd be like floundering in the ocean and God is the rock- hold onto him! Frame affirms, "I can confidently say that God is good, even if my circumstances are not."


Superintendent's Welcome :: San Antonio Christian Schools

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