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    Fairfield Area High School

    "Home of the Knights"


    4840 Fairfield Road - Fairfield PA 17320
    Phone: 717-642-2004 Fax: 717-642-2029
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    Lions Club Student of the Month:


    Travis Zimmerman was honored by the Fairfield Lions Club as the Student of the Month for May, 2019.

                Travis is the son of Dianna and Michael Zimmerman of Fairfield.  During his high school career Travis has been involved in the following school activities:  National Honor Society (10-12), National Art Honor Society (10-12), Varsity Football (9-11), and Varsity Track & Field (9-12).

    Travis was part of the Goddard Leadership Legacy Institute in grades 7-9, and is an original member of the Chesapeake Bay Foundation Student Leadership Council through high school which constructed a bill in 2016 to designate the Eastern Hellbender as Pennsylvania’s Official State Amphibian.  On April 23, 2019 Gov. Tom Wolfe signed the bill into law.

                Travis has received the following Honors and Awards: Honor or Distinguished Honor Roll throughout high school. Was the Track & Field MVP in grades 10-11 and Captain in grade 12.

                Travis’s future plans are to attend Salisbury University majoring in Biology with a concentration in Environmental and Marine Science. He will also be on the track and field team throwing shot put, disc, hammer and weight.

    Congratulations to Senior Madison Vlcej for winning a silver key in the Scholastic Art & Writing Competition this year. The Silver Key is awarded to students that demonstrate exceptional artistic ability.
    On Monday, April 8 and Tuesday, April 9, Senior students Bailey Selman (left), Mackenzie Neiderer (center) and Allison Crevier (right) attended the Pennsylvania State Future Business Leaders of America Conference in Hershey, PA with over 1,500 other students.  They competed against other students from across Pennsylvania in business objective tests and attended numerous workshops designed to educate students in future business endeavors. 
    Each of the young women competed in one test (Bailey--Entrepreneurship, McKenzie--Job Readiness, Allison--Cybersecurity).  Bailey and Allison both earned the opportunity to compete by placing in the top 3 in the local region.  McKenzie competed in one of the open events offered.  Results are expected by the end of April.  
    Please click the images below for more information from the Superintendent regarding Cyber Charter Schools in the district:
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    Click the image below for photos from the recent FHS production of Mary Poppins!
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  • 4/8/2019 Internet Drugs Flyer

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  • SAFE AND SANE: Click here or click on our schools to find out information on Safe and Sane This is a group of parents that have fundraisers and activities to raise money for an after graduation safe and sane party.  Please help the class of 2019 have a safe after party. Don't miss out on their next event - 

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  • Class of 2020 Senior Portraits at Pictures Plus in Waynesboro
    2020 Senior Class – Pictures Plus is offering free Tux/Drape Yearbook photo dates at their facilities in Waynesboro; don’t delay schedule your photo online at www.picplus.com before school starts or call 717-765-9223.  You must have your picture taken during one of the dates listed on the Senior Portrait Fyler - Click here for detailed information


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  • The Counseling Section is updated weekly with college and scholarship information, excellent Summer enrichment camps, post secondary planning and financial aid. To receive these updates, add the Counseling Section to your e-alert listTo learn how to register for e-alerts look under Quick Links on this page.
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    The Class of 2019 will graduate on Thursday, June 6th at 6:30 p.m. in the HS/MS Auditoirum.  Graduation is by ticket only.   Graduation tickets will be distributed to seniors.  Seniors please make sure you have registered for the senior picnic, filled out a form with the counseling office (senior survey), pictures for the senior slide show and registered to attend the safe and sane party after graduation.  Click here for more information 
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  • 2018-2019 Student Parking : Click here for the parking packet - please read the parking memo

    Stop by and pick up your parking pass from the District Office by the flag pole or print out the form attached. The student parking pass form must be filled out completely and signed by a parent before returning to the high school office.  You must bring your driver’s license with you in order to receive your parking pass.  The cost of a parking permit is $15.00. Please try to bring exact change or a check (checks should be payable to Fairfield Area School District.)  Seniors please check with the high school office to see if you were proficient and/or advanced on the Keystone Exams in Math and Reading- if so your parking permit is free!!!!

     Please make sure you have your driver’s license and $15 along with the completed Student Parking Application.


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