Fluvanna County High School

About FCHS

Grades 8-12

Principal: Margo Bruce
1918 Thomas Jefferson Parkway
Palmyra, Va 22963
Phone: 434-589-3666
FAX: 434-591-2075

Instructional Hours: 8:45 a.m. – 3:40 p.m.
Student Drop-off Starting at 8:25 a.m.
Student Pick-up Starting at 3:40 p.m.

Attendance Email:  fchs-attendance@apps.fluco.org

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2022 High School Graduation May 20th at 6pm

Fluvanna County High School’s 2022 Graduation will take place at 6pm on May 20th at the football stadium and will also be live streamed on the FCHS Facebook page.

Parking will be at Pleasant Grove, handicapped parking is available at the high school as long as you show the appropriate vehicle tag.

Meal Info for Summer & 22-23 School Year

Food Services Logo

SUMMER MEALS
Breakfast & Lunch will be offered to Summer School students at no charge. We will continue to offer weekly meal pickup at FHS through June 30 at no charge. Meals for pickup must be requested at least one week in advance by contacting Sheri Casero at 434-589-3830 or scasero@apps.fluco.org. Beginning July 1 meals will no longer be distributed. If students need meals after June 30, they may use the No Kid Hungry’s Free Meal Finder and text FOOD to 304304 to receive information on other meal sites in their area.

MEAL PRICING
Fluvanna will return to paid meals for the 2022/23 school year. Prices for breakfast and lunch will be determined over the summer.

USDA COMMUNITY ELIGIBILITY PROVISION
West Central Elementary has qualified for free meals based on the USDA Community Eligibility Provision. Therefore, breakfast and lunch will be offered to all West Central students (PreK, ECSE, SPED and K) at no charge for the 2022/23 school year. No other schools qualify for CEP at this time.

FREE/REDUCED MEAL APPLICATIONS
Applications for Free or Reduced Price Meals may be submitted at any time after July 1. If your student receives SNAP, TANF or Medicaid you may be directly certified and no application is needed. Applications are available on MySchoolApps, our website http://fluco.org/foodservices-home/ or at each school.

MEAL PAYMENTS
In order to focus on serving meals as fast and efficiently as possible, we will no longer accept payments at the register. Please visit MySchoolBucks or send cash/check to the food service office to add money to your child’s account.
Fluvanna County Public Schools
Attn: Food Services
14455 James Madison Highway
Palmyra, VA 22963

MY SCHOOL BUCKS
You will be able to view cafeteria purchases, check your student’s balance, and receive low balance alerts.
1. Go to myschoolbucks.com or download the mobile app
2. Create your free account and add your students using their school name / student ID
3. Add funds using your credit / debit card or electronic check
Note: For each transaction, you will be charged a program fee of $2.75

Thank you for your continued support of the FCPS School Nutrition Program
For questions, please contact the Food Service office at 434-589-4344 or gjones@apps.fluco.org
For the latest information, visit us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/FlucoFoodServices

Fluvanna County High School wins at State Future Business Leaders of America Competition

FBLA Students

Left to Right
Nate Krammes, Rebekah Williams, and Jenna Glowatch

PRESS RELEASE – April 11, 2022

On April 1, 2022, the Flying Flucos traveled to Reston, VA to participate in the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) State Leadership Conference.  While there, they participated in informational workshops and competed against students from all over Virginia.

The Flucos earned the following awards:

The entire chapter won 1st place in Project ASK
The entire chapter won 1st place in Community Service Project
Rebekah Williams – 3rd place in Client Service
Nate Krammes – 5th place in Sales Presentation
Jenna Glowatch – was awarded an internship with the event planning company and helped run the conference

Special thanks to the Fluvanna County High School business teachers who worked to prepare these students and make this trip possible, Christine Kreitzman, Williane Charles, and Tonya Vowels.

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KidsCollege@PVCC 2022

KidsCollege @ Fluvanna is back!
Fluvanna County High School 
Week 1 June 6th – 9th
Week 2 June 13th -16th
 
Morning and Afternoon Camp Sessions Available
AM Camp 8:45am – 12pm
PM Camp 1pm – 4:15pm
 
2022 Summer STEM & Arts Academies Online Registration will open April 11, 2022.
Please visit https://www.pvcc.edu/kidscollege to register, or use attached forms and email to kidscollege@pvcc.edu

Fluvanna County High School wins Medford Basketball League with an Undefeated Season

Left to Right
Front: Von Hill, Euneka Booker, Aaliyah Lewis, George Gibson, Shantika Hawkins, Lizzie Williams,
Kelcie Edmonds, Natalie Simmons, and Adel Scarborough
Back: Amy Hill, Nick Ward, Dalton McClurken, Dare Opaleye, Mia Childress, Marcus Wells, Landon Critzer,
Amy McCauley, and Jesse Stover

PRESS RELEASE – March 31, 2022

On March 22, 2022, the Flying Flucos brought home another title as the Medford Basketball team won the Medford tournament. Over the course of three months, the Medford League Basketball Team went undefeated, finishing 6-0 in the regular season against local schools Orange County, Eastern View, Goochland, Culpeper, William Monroe, and Madison High School.

After missing out on their last season, the team and their coaches were thrilled to get back on the court. Orange County High School hosted the tournament, packing the stands with students, teachers, parents, and even their pep band brought the roar and excitement that filled the gymnasium. The tournament was an incredible opportunity for students of all abilities to be included, make new friends from other counties, and to show off their basketball and sportsmanship skills. Congratulations to the Fluvanna County High School Medford League Basketball Champions!

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FLUVANNA COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL WINS THEIR 4TH STATE CHAMPIONSHIP IN FORENSICS

Forensics Team

 

PRESS RELEASE – March 30, 2022

On Saturday, March 26, 2022, the Fluvanna County High School Forensics Team competed at the VHSL Class 3 State Tournament, along with 13 other division schools from across the state, and secured the State Championship. This was the first in person State tournament since VHSL canceled the State tournament in 2020, due to the pandemic.

Thirteen students competed at States in their perspective categories, with four students claiming the state title, one student placing 2nd, and three students placing third, all earning 20 points towards the team’s one point win over the runner up Lafayette High School.

Since forming the Forensics team in 2012, coach Craig Edgerton has led the team to 11 Regional Championships, seven Super Regional Championships, and four State Championships. He has also coached and qualified his team to seven National Speech and Debate Association (NSDA) and Catholic Forensic League (CFL) National tournaments.

In Forensics, students compete in one of ten categories, each vying for the right to be champion. The following Flucos placed at States in their category:
State Champion -Ellie White, Senior, Poetry
State Champion -Riley Yowell, Senior, Extemporaneous
State Champion -Paolo Gomez, Junior, Serious Duo
State Champion -Townes Mullinex, Freshman, Serious Duo
2nd -Allison Monfalcone, Freshman, Storytelling
3rd -Jackson Farley, Freshman, Humorous Interpretation
3rd -Tomas Cruz, Freshman, Serious Duo
3rd -Bridgette Kirchner, Freshman, Serious Duo
4th -Ella Kearney, Junior, Original Oratory
4th -Lauren Schmidt, Freshman, Humorous Interpretation
5th -Ryan Taylor, Junior, Humorous Duo 5th -Ben Bossong, Junior, Humorous Duo
5th -Abby White, Sophomore, Prose

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Fluvanna County High School is Accepting Applications for the 2022 Paul W. Bragg Scholarship

Jacob Collier
Jacob Collier, Class of 2021 Bragg Scholarship Recipient

PRESS RELEASE – March 15, 2022

Fluvanna County High School is pleased to announce the availability of the Paul W. Bragg Scholarship Fund application. Established by Mr. Bragg’s will, and managed by the Charlottesville Area Community Foundation, the scholarship is meant “to provide undergraduate college assistance based on both need and merit to graduates of Fluvanna County High School.” The Paul W. Bragg Scholarship Fund Advisory Committee was formed to develop the eligibility rules, to develop the number of scholarships to be awarded in a given year and the amounts, to develop the application and submission procedures including deadlines, and to develop a brochure to publicize this scholarship fund.

Paul W. Bragg was a life-long resident of Fluvanna County, Virginia. He was born in Fluvanna in 1916 and lived his entire life in the family home at 1710 Middle Ford Road, where he died at age 87 on October 9, 2003. Mr. Bragg was a hard-working farmer, and he saved and invested wisely during his long life. He bequeathed the bulk of his considerable estate to the Charlottesville Area Community Foundation and directed the Foundation to establish a scholarship fund to benefit young people graduating from Fluvanna County High School.

The Charlottesville Area Community Foundation and the Paul W. Bragg Scholarship Fund Advisory Committee are dedicated to carrying out Mr. Bragg’s wishes in perpetuity. The Foundation manages the Bragg Scholarship Fund as part of its permanent endowment and each year notifies the Committee as to how much income is available to provide for scholarships in that year. The Committee then selects recipients from among that year’s applicants. Since the first scholarship was awarded in 2006, there have been 215 recipients and over one million dollars in awards. These recipients have attended Vanderbilt, Purdue, JMU, Lynchburg College, Mary Washington, PVCC, UVA, Virginia Tech, VCU, William and Mary, Georgia Institute of Technology, Longwood, Shenandoah, Tulane, Johnson and Wales, VMI, Liberty, University of Richmond, Amherst, West Virginia University, Randolph Macon, Radford, Christopher Newport University, and Eastern Mennonite University.

This year $130,000 will be available in scholarship money to members of the Class of 2022. One $40,000 scholarship, four $10,000 scholarships, eight $5,000 scholarships, and five $2,000 scholarships will be announced at the awards night on April 27, 2022. Applications and scholarship requirements will be available in the Fluvanna County High School School Counseling Office and on their website – www.flucoschoolcounseling.weebly.com/scholarships.  The deadline for receipt of completed application packets is Thursday, March 31, 2022 at 4:00 p.m. The application and supplemental information should be sent to: Maureen Stonesifer, Fluvanna County High School, 1918 Thomas Jefferson Parkway, Palmyra, VA 22963 or electronically to mstonesifer@apps.fluco.org.

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