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  • Message from Dr. Janine Wilson, Director of Schools (3/14/19)

    Our FHS young men played a hard battle in the TSSAA Boys State Basketball Tournament tonight against Humboldt City. Even though we lost the game, they are winners in my book!! Any time you are in the top 8 teams in the state, you could win the tourney if you have a good night. We had some unfortunate injuries and fouls, but a fantastic season. Love these Tigers!! - Dr. Janine Wilson, Director of the Fayetteville City Schools

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  • Class of 2019 Top 15%

    Congratulations to Fayetteville High School's Class of 2019 Top 15%! Valedictorian: Hannah Marie Johnston. Salutatorian: Sloan Michael Higgins. Top 15%: Maggie Buchanan, Bryleigh Tucker, Katelyn Bryant, Hannah Chunn, Sam Darnell, Jeffrie Pettie, Mollie Cunningham, Jordyn Ford, Nevarious Hampton, Cameron Harwell, Laura Vance, Colton Wiseman

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  • FNB School Bank Grand Opening

    We are happy to announce the First National Bank School Bank Grand Opening at FHS on March 26th!

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  • FHS Freshman Forum

    The Freshman Forum will be held on Thursday, April 4th from 5:00 PM -6:30 PM

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    Dear Students, Parents, Staff and Community, We are delighted to announce that the Fayetteville High School Boys’ Basketball Team has advanced to the Boys’ State Basketball Tournament. The Tigers are among the top 8 Class A teams in the state of Tennessee!!!! They will play Humboldt High School at MTSU in Murfreesboro on Thursday, March 14 at 6:00 p.m. The winner will advance to play on Friday, March 15 at 6:00 p.m. The championship game will be held on Saturday. Please read the following closely: All 3 schools will dismiss at.....

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  • Class A Boys' Basketball Championship Bracket

    From Dr. Janine Wilson, Superintendent: "Congratulations to Coach Chris Murdock and the Fayetteville City boys basketball team. Not only are these boys outstanding athletes but they make us proud in so many other ways. Now we will make history for FHS as they make our first appearance at the state tournament. Don’t miss the excitement on the 14th."

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  • FHS Elite Cheer Tryouts

    Fayetteville High School's Elite Cheer Tryouts are Thursday, April 25th! 8th-11th grades eligible. Packets will be in the FHS Front Office. Paperwork is due by March 11th.

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  • FHS Band awarded SUPERIOR rating!

    Congratulations to the FHS Band for getting SUPERIOR (the highest rating) at the TLBDA Concert Festival on Friday!!!

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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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  • FHS Recording Studio Class Visits MTSU

    On Friday, February 15th, four students from Fayetteville High School’s recording studio class toured MTSU’s audio production, music business, and recording industry departments. Everyone had a great time learning about potential careers in the music industry. The studio class would like to thank...

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  • The Tiger family is sad to report the loss of one of our FHS seniors, Tyler Dodson.

    The Tiger family is sad to report the loss of one of our FHS seniors, Tyler Dodson. We extended our deepest sympathies to his family. Arrangements can be found at: http://higginsfh.com/obituaries/tyler-kenneth-dodson/

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  • First National Bank Launches School Bank Program at FHS

    FNB Bank: We are excited about launching our #SchoolBank Program today at Fayetteville High School. (Pic w/Jeff Alder, FNB; Eric Jones, Principal & Heather McCormick, FNB). We are thankful for this partnership with Fayetteville High and FCS Tigers!

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  • Richard Bryant, Eli Dotson, and Karlee Wakefield will move on to the FFA Middle TN Regional Contest

    These three had a successful night at the FFA sectional public speaking contest. Richard Bryant placed second in extemp, Eli Dotson placed first in employment skills and Karlee Wakefield placed second in prepared! We wish all three of them the best of luck as they compete next Monday at the Middle Tennessee Regional Contest.

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  • FHS Art Students to be featured at The Frist Art Museum - Click here to get your invitation

    Please present this invitation at the Visitor Services Desk to receive Free admission.

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  • Fayetteville High School 2019 Junior/Senior Prom

    The Fayetteville High School Junior/Senior Prom will be held on Saturday, April 6th, 2019. The Grand March will take place at 5:30 PM at Fayetteville High School. The Dance will follow at Knotting Hill. Tickets are $50 Couple | $30 Single Theme: A Midsummer Night's Dream

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  • FHS Marching Band marching in Disney Parade

    The FHS Marching Band is having a great time at Disney! Watch the video of the band marching down Main Street USA at Disney World here!

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  • Fayetteville City Schools name new head football coach.

    Great day for Fayetteville City Schools as the new head football coach is named. Welcome Coach Kenny Morson

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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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  • 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 3/11/19):
    • All 3 schools will dismiss at 1:00 p.m. on Thursday, 3/14 so that we may run bus routes and return to take pep buses, players and cheerleaders to Murfreesboro.

      All paperwork for next year's Dual Enrollment is due to Mrs. Brewer by Friday, March 15th.
    • Our Tigers basketball team will be playing in the state tournament Thursday, March 14th at 
      6:00 p.m. They will play against Humboldt at MTSU in Murfressboro. Tickets are on sale for $10.00 at the gate or on line. Parking is an additional $5.00. 
    • Prom tickets will be on sale starting Monday, Jan. 28th. $50 for a couple and $30 for a single. See Mrs. Holland if you have a question or would like to purchase a ticket. Spots are limited! Prices will increase after Spring Break.
    • Yearbooks are on sale for $60.00. See Mr. Weathersby to purchase yours today.

    • 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: 
    Juniors House - Monday, March 11th, 1:30 p.m. 
    FPU - Thursday, March 14th, 11:15 - 1:30 p.m. 
    First National Bank - Thursday, March 14th, 11:30 a.m.
    Chamber of Commerce - Wednesday. March 20, All day event
    Youth Leadership Lincoln - Wednesday. March 20, All day event
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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.