In the News Archive

FLUVANNA COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL VARSITY BASEBALL CATCHER, JACOB CRITZER NAMED CLASS III STATE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

PRESS RELEASE – June 26, 2019

PALMYRA – Fresh off a state title win, Fluvanna County’s Jacob Critzer can add another accolade to his growing list of honors. The recent graduate, who helped boost the Flucos to the program’s first state championship in baseball, was named the VHSL’s Class 3 State Player of the Year on Monday, June 17, 2019. The 16-10 victory over Tabb was Fluvanna’s first title win in any sport in nearly three decades.

Fluvanna County High School Class of 2019 Scholarship and Award Recipients

PRESS RELEASE – May 24, 2019

On Tuesday, May 21, 2019, the Senior Awards Ceremony for the Class of 2019 was held. The following students received community awards and scholarships for their accomplishments at FCHS. The Class of 2019 received over 1 million dollars in scholarship money. We are so proud of their achievements.

Congratulations to the Fluvanna County High School Class of 2019 Early College Scholars

PRESS RELEASE – May 24, 2019

The following students completed the Governor’s Early College Scholars Agreement which required students to earn an Advanced Studies Diploma, graduate with a 3.0 or higher grade point average, and earn 15 transferrable college credits. Transferrable college credits are earned by taking dual enrollment classes or earning a score of 3 or higher on Advanced Placement (AP) Testing. These students have a minimum of 15 transferrable college credits, at this time. In July, when results of the Spring 2019 AP Testing are received, this list of students may increase.

Fluvanna County High School Announces Class of 2019 Paul W. Bragg Scholarship Recipients

PRESS RELEASE – May 24, 2019

Fluvanna County High School is pleased to announce recipients of the Paul W. Bragg Scholarship. 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.”

FLUVANNA COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS SELECTED AS ONE OF 31 VIRGINIA SCHOOL DIVISIONS TO PARTICIPATE IN VIRGINIA IS FOR LEARNERS INNOVATION NETWORK

PRESS RELEASE – April 8, 2019

RICHMOND, Va. — Teams of educators from 31 school divisions gathered last week (March 11-12) at the Chesterfield Career and Technical Center to share ideas on how to accelerate innovation and promote deeper learning in the commonwealth’s public schools. The educators make up the first cohort of the Virginia is for Learners Innovation Network, an initiative of the Virginia Department of Education, James Madison University and the Virginia School Consortium for Learning.

The innovation network’s goals are to promote deeper learning at all grade levels and to align instruction and assessment across the state with the expectations of the Profile of a Virginia Graduate. The profile — which was adopted by the state Board of Education in November 2016 — describes the knowledge, skills, attributes and experiences identified by the board, higher education and employers as critical for future success.