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 Fayetteville City Schools


Teacher Appreciation Day - Thursday, May 4th

We would like to thank all of our teachers for their hard work and dedication as they prepare students for their bright futures. Thank you for being kind, patient and understanding professionals that continue to mold our children's lives in a positive direction.



Kindergarten and Pre-K Registration

Pre-K and Kindergarten Registration is still open.  Please stop by the Ralph Askins school office to fill out the paperwork to get your child enrolled.  

CLICK HERE for additional information.



Congratulations to Will Clark who was elected President of TSBA SCOPE 2017 


Will was elected by 360+ of his peers who voted by text message. As TSBA SCOPE President, he will speak to the annual TSBA Convention at the Opryland Hotel in November, an event that draws around 1,000 school board members from across the state, and he will preside over the 2017 SCOPE, which will again be held in March at MTSU. 


Click Here - TSBA recap of the 2016 SCOPE conference at MTSU



Our very own Nick Hopkins is 2016 TSSAA Mr. Basketball for the state of Tennessee.


Nick was not only nominated by his coaches but also by media outlets. A statewide committee of sportswriters selected winners based on performance during the 2015-2016 regular season.Academics and character were also taken into consideration.


His stats include 2 point field goal - 58%, 3 point field goal – 36.9%, averaged 33.3 points per game, free throw 81.9%, assists per game 3.3, steals per game 3.3, 6.4 rebounds per game, total career points 2850, total career rebounds 611. 


Nick holds every basketball record at FHS except rebounding.



Aidan Pace has advanced to FINALIST standing in the 2016 National Merit Scholarship Program  

Aidan Pace, a senior at Fayetteville High School, has advanced to Finalist standing in the 2016 National Merit Scholarship Program. All Finalist will be considered for National Merit Scholarship to be offered in 2016.




We would also like to congratulate Aidan Pace for being chosen as one of thirteen incoming first-year students to be chosen for the Ingram Scholarship program at Vanderbilt University. CLICK HERE to read the full article!



Congratulations to the Following Selected

"Teachers of the Year"

Amber McMellon - 2nd Grade, Ralph Askins

Lee Ann Dawkins - 7th Grade Reading, Fayetteville Middle School

Jason Brown - Science Teacher, Fayetteville High School



Google Classroom 

We are proud to announce the addition of Google Classroom to our FHS & FMS student body. This computer application will allow students to have a school email account that can be used for school projects and homework. The students will be able to email each other and their teachers only. This is a great tool for students to collaborate with other students as well as a great tool for teachers to engage students using technology. 

CLICK HERE for more information and to print out a permission form.



 2015 Adventures in Engineering Day!


FHS engineering students inside a top-secret facility at the Defense Intelligence Agency’s Missile and Space Intelligence Center during the 2015 Adventures in Engineering Day!



Tennessee Boys State 

Fayetteville High School is extremely proud of the five individuals who represented their school and community at Tennessee Boys State. The young men had an opportunity to participate in leadership training, and meet other young leaders from across the state. Not only did they attend, but they were selected to serve in various leadership capacities. Those attending and the offices they held include Colten Dotson, State Representative; Drew Bradford, Alderman; Aiden Pace, County Executive; Will Anderson, State Senator; and Noah Young, State Senator. Will Anderson also got to be a part of the incredibly talented and inspiring TN Boys State band. These young men are very appreciative of the opportunity they were given by local sponsors.



Athletic Eligibility 

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.