In the News Archive

Fluvanna County High School Class of 2018 Scholarship and Award Recipients

PRESS RELEASE – May 23, 2018

On Tuesday, May 22, 2018, the Senior Awards Ceremony for the Class of 2018 was held. The following students received community awards and scholarships for their accomplishments at FCHS. The Class of 2018 has earned over $1.3 million in scholarships. We are so proud of their achievements.

Congratulations to the Fluvanna County High SchoolClass of 2018 Early College Scholars

PRESS RELEASE – May 23, 2018

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 2018 AP Testing are received, this list of students may increase.

Fluvanna County High School Announces Class of 2018 Paul W. Bragg Scholarship Recipients

PRESS RELEASE – May 23, 2018

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.”

Liz Ward is Named Fluvanna County Public Schools Teacher of the Year 2017

PRESS RELEASE – May 14, 2018

Fluvanna County Public Schools is pleased to announce Ms. Liz Ward has been named 2017-18 Division Teacher of the Year. She was chosen for this honor by a committee of administrators and staff who considered a roster of five school-level Teachers of the Year.


PRESS RELEASE – March 30, 2018

Fluvanna County High School announced today that it has been recognized as a Project Lead The Way (PLTW) Distinguished School for providing broad access to transformative learning opportunities for students through PLTW Engineering. It is one of just 133 high schools across the U.S. and one of only four high schools in Virginia to receive this honor. PLTW is a nonprofit organization that serves millions of K-12 students and teachers in over 10,500 schools across the U.S.