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  • Thanksgiving Break

    We hope everyone enjoys their Thanksgiving Break! We will see you back on Monday, November 26th!

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  • Murdock's 100th Career Win

    pmhsports: Congratulations to Coach Chris Murdock for reaching his 100th career win last night defeating Richland!

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  • John Bagley and Hannah Chunn, Wendy's Heisman Scholarship Winners

    Congratulations to John Bagley and Hannah Chunn for winning Wendy's High School Heisman Scholarship Awards! These FHS students were chosen from a pool of nearly 42,000 high school scholar-athletes! They will go on to compete for the State and National Finalist titles. More info at: www.wendysheisman.com

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  • Veterans Day Program

    Please join us for Fayetteville High School's Veterans Day Program on Monday, November 12th, 2018 at 9:00 AM in the FHS Gymnasium.

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  • Elk Valley Times: Coach Palmer to be honored

    Article from The Elk Valley Times | Coach Alvin Palmer, head coach at Fayetteville High School, will be honored during a special celebration, “A Weekend Honoring the Man: Alvin Palmer”, set for the final weekend in October. Palmer, who has coached for 41 seasons, will be inducted in the Hall of Fame at Lincoln County High School, where he coached for many years, during a ceremony on Thursday night, Oct. 25. Then, on F...

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  • A Weekend Honoring Coach Alvin Palmer

    A Weekend Honoring the Man- Coach Alvin Palmer Saturday, October 27 at 6:00 PM Fayetteville High School Celebrating 41 seasons with speakers from past and present

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  • FHS Homecoming

    FHS Homecoming is next week! Join us at Tiger Hill on Friday, September 7th as the Tigers take on Mt. Pleasant! The Alumni Tent will open at 6:00 PM. Stop by for refreshments! The Homecoming Parade starts at 6:20 PM (line-up begins at 6:15 PM, 6:00 PM for vehicles) Go Tigers! 🐯🏈

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  • A Life Celebration Service will be held Saturday, September 1, 2018 for Miguel Mena

    From Higgins Funeral Home: Miguel Angel Mena, born August 27, 2002, died August 25, 2018. Miguel was the son of Antonio Rico of Los Angeles, CA and Sheila Locke Rico of Fayetteville, TN. In addition to his parents, he is s....

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  • Our Tiger Family is mourning the loss of one of our students.

    Our Tiger Family is mourning the loss of one of our students. Counselors and clergy will be at FHS Monday to help students and teachers cope. Please pray for Miguel’s family and our precious students who are so young to deal with the hard lessons of life. May God bless us all. Please take a moment to read this letter from Eric Jones, FHS Principal

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  • FHS Golf on a Winning Streak!

    Article from: Elk Valley Times. FHS Tiger golf team defends district title Fayetteville High School’s golf team finished last season as district champs, the first district title in school history. Though under new leadership in 2018, it’s the hope of Coach Jay McElyea that the Tigers will go back-to-back....

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  • NEVER MISS A GAME! FHS Football Livestream

    Never miss a game! 🏈 Tune in at 7PM to watch the FHS Tigers take on Nolensville LIVE! bit.ly/FHSlive *Livestream will be archived 24 hours after airing.

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  • The Fayetteville City Schools starts back on Monday, August 6th

    The Fayetteville City Schools starts back on Monday, August 6th. We are so excited to see our new/returning students! Don't forget, this weekend (July 27th-29th) is TN's Tax-Free Weekend! You can find school supply lists on our school homepages. www.fcsboe.org. Enjoy your final days of summer!

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  • Welcome to Fayetteville City School’s new website: Redesigned for improved communication and collaboration

    Fayetteville City School’s website is a powerful communication and information delivery tool, which must operate on a modern, secure engine. It is designed to maximize functionality and ease of use for visitors to the website. It is flexible and adaptable to new technologies, including mobile devices. Fayetteville City School’s new website will bring students, parents and community members news and information in a more concise, consistent fashion. We’re confident you’ll find the new website easier to use and find the information important to you.

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  • Tiger Bees

    We are excited to announce that we have been selected by Tractor Supply and the National FFA Foundation to receive a Tractor Supply Company Grant for Growing Chapters of $3,623. This grant will go towards our Fayetteville Tiger Bees project. This grant will fund the materials and supplies necessary to establish four honey bee hives on the back of the...

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  • FHS Announcements (Week of 12/17/18):
    • The Elk Valley Times, Rotary Club and the Fire Dept are hosting a Christmas toy drive for the less fortunate children in our community. Please make an effort to bring in toys and help fill the boxes located outside the front office. Thank you for your support! Motlow students need to let 

    • Yearbooks are on sale for $60.00. See Mr. Weathersby to purchase yours today.

    • Motlow students need to let Mrs. Brewer know asap which classes you are taking in the Spring.
    • Seniors who have not placed their Cap and Gown order with Jostens will need to contact them at 1-800-Jostens or order online at www.jostens.com/contact. If you have not received an order packet, please stop by the front office to pick one up.
    • Seniors: Please remember to turn in transcript request forms, copies of your acceptance letters, and scholarship offers to Mrs. Pitts.
    Student Advisory Board Schedules: 
    • Health Council - Thursday, Dec. 20th, 11:00 - 1:00 p.m.
    • Chamber of Commerce - Thursday, Dec. 20th at 1:30 p.m.
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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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  • 2018-2019 Academic Calendar

    2018-2019 Academic Calendar Preview

    Check out this year's Academic Calendar Printable

    2018-2019 Academic Calendar PDF

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  • The graduating class of 2018 received $4,823,791 in scholarships

    averaging around $58,117 per student.

    The 2018 graduating class had a total of 83 students.