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Meet the 30 Plus Club
In an effort to reward, recognize and promote academic excellence, Fayetteville High School is creating the 30 PLUS club. In order to become a member of the 30 PLUS club, students must score a composite score of 30 or higher on the ACT College Admission Exam.
This is an impressive achievement considering that only 5% of students nationally score over a 32 and only 1% of Tennessee students score 32 or above. Two of Fayetteville High School’s students scored a perfect 36 on the English section. Only 3/10th of 1% of nationally tested students achieve a 36 on the English portion. Only 2/10th of 1% score a 36 on the English portion in Tennessee. One student actually scored a super score composite of 36 which is a perfect score. Only 6/100 of 1% of students nationally score a 36 composite. A plaque will hang in the entrance of the school with a picture of the student, their graduation year, highest composite score and their name.
ACT's range of assessments and reporting systems have been developed with more than 50 years of experience behind them. The college admissions and placement test is taken by more than 1.6 million high school graduates nationally and over 69,000 in Tennessee every year.
Fayetteville High School is proud to announce that currently seven students have earned a position in the 30 PLUS club. The students and their scores are as follows:
Kelsey Elliott- 31 Austin Rennie- 31
Bonnie Wakefield- 30 Suk Hyun (Philip) Hwang- 32
Elijah Dean- 32 Alex Palacio- 32
Eamonn Morris- 35 (super score 36)
Welcome Mr. John Wilson
Fayetteville City Schools would like to welcome Mr. John Wilson to our school system! Mr. Wilson will be taking over as principal from Mr. Steve Giffin at Fayetteville Middle School beginning the 2014-2015 school year. Mr. Giffin will be moving to the central office to be a supervisor.
Mr. Wilson comes to Fayetteville City Schools after serving for 25 years in Alabama. Most recently, he has served as assistant principal and athletic director at Bob Jones High School for the last 16 years.
We would like to welcome Mr. Wilson to the Fayetteville City Schools family!
We would like to hear your ideas and suggestions on how to improve our system and schools.
IF ANYONE HAS QUESTIONS REGARDING ATHLETIC ELIGIBILITY, PLEASE CALL FAYETTEVILLE HIGH SCHOOL (931) 433-3158, OR FAYETTEVILLE MIDDLE SCHOOL (931) 438-2533. THERE HAVE BEEN MISCOMMUNICATIONS REGARDING ELIGIBILITY AND WE WOULD BE GLAD TO EXPLAIN THE RULES ACCORDING TO TSSAA REGULATIONS.