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2017-2018 - 1st Quarter Honors


Ohio’s Options for a High School Diploma
The transition to multiple options for earning a high school diploma is an exciting one for students who will have more flexibility for success in school and preparing for their future after high school. The department is providing the following tools to communicate effectively these options.

Below is an informative video outlining the options. 

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The Lion's Print
2015-16 - Issue #2
2015-16 - Issue #1
Created by High School Journalism Class

The Lions' Path  

The Senior English Prep. Class has created and designed
a unique way of honoring Fairfield students who lost their lives too soon.

 The Lions' Path is two intersecting brick paths with trees/landscaping. The bricks contain the names of those students who have passed on during their time at Fairfield.  It is located in the circle in the driveway of the high school entrance.

Upcoming Events

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meet the teams night

BasketballNovember 18, beginning at 5:00, the Fairfield Athletic Boosters will be hosting their 5th annual winter Meet the Teams Night. This fundraiser will not only include a pork dinner, but it will also be a time to enjoy an evening of meeting the winter sports teams (little league through varsity basketball, elementary through high school cheerleaders, and bowling), split the pot, and a themed basket auction.  All of the proceeds will go to the Fairfield Athletic Boosters, and ultimately the student athletes.  Please come out and support our winter teams and enjoy a pork dinner!

Game Announcer Needed

Lion YellingFairfield High School is in need of an announcer for all home HS boys basketball games.  This is a volunteer position, but the the Athletic Department will give anyone who steps up a FREE ATHLETIC PASS (good for all JH/HS home sports events this school year).  Please spread the word to parents, friends, neightors, etc. Anyone interested should contact Denise Vilvens at 937-780-2966. 

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