Annual School Election Set for May 21 The annual school election will be held on Tuesday, May 21, 2019. The only contested race on the ballot is for the Zone 5 seat on the Fayetteville Board of Education. Tim Hudson is seeking re-election to this seat, and he is being challenged by Dwight Gonzales. There is no change requested in the millage rate. view image
The Woodland Jr. High Robotics Team received a Recognition of Outstanding Achievement for placing 4th in the nation at the Create U.S. Open Robotics Championship. view image
The FHS Special Olympics Basketball team received a Recognition of Outstanding Achievement for winning the 2019 state championship! view image
Congrats to the 61 FHS students who received the Arkansas Seal of Biliteracy during a ceremony on Wednesday, April 23! The students received the Seal of Biliteracy in Arabic (1), Chinese (2), French (9), German (12), and Spanish (37). view image
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Fayetteville Public Schools is the trusted leader in Arkansas public education where every student achieves his or her full potential.
The Fayetteville Board of Education appointed Garrett B. Richardson as the school board member for Zone 4 at their meeting on July 18. Richardson will fill the position...
The Fayetteville Board of Education is seeking applicants interested to serve as a school board member for Zone 4 following the resignation of Traci Farrah. Zone 4 includes...
Andrea Kitchen has been named as an assistant principal for Ramay Junior High. Kitchen’s new position with Fayetteville Public Schools was approved by the Fayetteville...
The Fayetteville Board of Education approved the recommendation by Superintendent Dr. John L Colbert to name Dr. Tammy Tucker as the Associate Superintendent for...
The Summer Lunch program will expand for a third consecutive year to include a third mobile service site for the summer of 2019 to serve more free and nutritious lunches to...
Fayetteville High School annually has more AP Scholars than any other high school in Arkansas.
70.8% of our certified staff members have a master’s degree or higher.
FHS athletic teams have won more state championships than any other high school since 1960 (145).
The Class of 2018 was accepted to 41 of the top 50 U.S. colleges & universities listed by U.S. News & World Report.
Fayetteville Virtual Academy is the first virtual academy in Arkansas directed by a public school district.