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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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  • 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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  • ACT Bootcamp

    When: Oct. 6th, 8th, 9th –See specifics below 

    9 am-12 Noon each session

    Where: FHS

    Why: Prepare for the ACT

             Learn techniques

             Gain tools and strategies for success

    Register at: http://bit.ly/fallact18

     Saturday 10/6: Math

                                       Monday 10/8 : Science

                                                                            Tuesday 10/9: ELA/Reading


    (just in case you need something other than increasing your knowledge which of course can help increase your score ;)

    Prize drawing entry for each day of attendance

    Attend all 3 days = Automatic Plinko contestant

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  • FAFSA Frenzy Seniors and parents: Need help filing the FAFSA?

    Join us at FAFSA Frenzy on October 5th, 2PM-6PM

    (by appointment)!

    We will have financial aid professionals on hand to help guide you through the FAFSA process! 

    Sign up for an appointment at: http://bit.ly/FHSFafsaFrenzy2018

    To complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), you will need:

    -An FSA ID to sign electronically.
    -Your Social Security Number
    -Your Alien Registration Number (if you are not a U.S. citizen)
    -Your federal income tax returns, W-2s, and other records of money earned. (Note: You may be able to transfer your federal tax return information into your FAFSA using the IRS Data Retrieval Tool.)
    -Bank statements and records of investments (if applicable)
    -Records of untaxed income (if applicable)

    If you are a dependent student, then you will also need most of the above information for your parent(s).

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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.