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  • In Memory of Tate

    Words cannot describe how deeply saddened and heartbroken we are to have lost a member of our Tiger Family, Tate Tuten. Tate was an exceptional young man with a larger than life personality that will certainly be missed. His absence will be felt tremendously by our students and faculty. We would like to extend our thoughts and prayers to the Tuten Family and express our most sincere condolences for their loss. As our Tiger Family begins to heal and cope with this tragic loss, counselors and school staff will be available when students return from Fall break as we find ways to process the wide range of emotions during this very difficult time.

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  • Edward Keys, New FHS Assistant Principal / Athletic Director

    We are pleased to announce that Edward Keys will be joining the Fayetteville High School Administrative Staff as Assistant Principal and Athletic Director. Mr. Keys has worked in the educational field for 14 years, 6 of those with the Fayetteville City Schools. During his 6 years, Mr. Keys has taught U.S. History, has been the head coa....

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  • Fayetteville High School Receives Excellent Ranking by U.S. News!

    U.S. News evaluated more than 20,500 public high schools around the country and identified Fayetteville High School among the top 40% of schools nationally ranked. Fayetteville High School was ranked 54 out of 347 high schools ranked in the state of Tennessee. More info at: https://www.usnews.com/education/best-high-schools/tennessee/districts/fayetteville/fayetteville-high-school-147624

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  • Adam McCormick to be FHS Principal

    We are pleased to announce that Adam McCormick will be the Fayetteville High School Principal starting the 2019-2020 school year. Mr. McCormick was the Assistant Principal at Fayetteville Middle School for the 2018-2019 school year. Previ.....

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  • Woodard and Hoagland to coach FHS Lady Tigers

    Cartia Bailey Woodard will be joining FHS Lady Tigers basketball's Head Coach Holly Hoagland this year as an assistant. Woodard and Hoagland played together at Lincoln County High School from 1998-2001, each scored over 1000 points and advanced to the Sectionals. Credit: Paul Henry

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  • FNB Opens School Bank at FHS

    Article by the Elk Valley Times, April 9, 2019. With the help of Fayetteville High School and the Fayetteville City School Board, First National Bank is proud to pilot a High School Bank Program. The ribbon cutting ceremony was on March 26. Every few wee....

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  • New School Security at Fayetteville City Schools

    Over Spring Break, we have been working on putting more school security in place in our district. As you may have noticed, we have installed a door security system and additional security cameras at each school to better ensure the safety of our students and staff. Visitors will no longer be able to walk into the buildings freely after school check in times / before school check out times. A video call system has been installed at the entrance of each school so that the personnel in the front office will be able to buzz visitors in at their discretion. Faculty, staff, and law enforcement officers will be ab.....

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  • FCS Strives to Keep Our Children Safe

    There has been a recent Social Media topic that has raised concerns with parents across the nation. We just wanted to inform parents that Fayetteville City Schools internet filters are in place and we have taken extra measures to block this threat. Parents, please be observant of your children's internet activity at home. We always strive to keep you informed.

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  • 2019-2020 Academic Calendar

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    2019-2020 Academic Calendar Printable PDF

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  • FHS Mural This mural at the FHS entrance serves as a great reminder to students to be the best they can be.

    Some kids are smarter than you.
    Some kids have cooler clothes than you.
    Some kids are better at sports than you.
    You have YOUR thing too.
    Be the kid who can get along.
    Be the kid who is generous.
    Be the kid who is happy for other people.
    Be the kid who does the right thing.
    Be the nice kid.



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  • The graduating class of 2019 received $4,341,742 in scholarship offers.

    The 2019 graduating class had a total of 76 students.