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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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  • College Board Logo PSAT/NMSQT

    The PSAT/NMSQT will be offered to 10th and 11th graders on Wednesday, October 10!

    10th and 11th graders wanting to take the PSAT on Oct. 10th should submit their name and $16 to Mrs. Brewer before August 20th

    Find out more about the PSAT/NMSQT at:College Board PSAT/NMQT 

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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.