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  • The vision of Fairmont Heights High School is to empower students to exhibit PRIDE everyday. Fairmont Heights High School students are Respectful, Punctual, Disciplined, and fully Engaged at all times while striving to become Independent thinkers as they transform from Fairmont Heights High School to the global community.

  • Reopening PGCPS Update Pic

    Dr. Monica Goldson most recent announcement about reopening PGCPS schools.  


    Click here to view the reopening letter from Fairmont Heights High School. 

    Click hear to learn more about new the inclement weather during distance learning policy 


    Click here for more information about testing this week. 

    Join Mrs. Walker's Remind


    Hey Hornet Family! Our leader Mrs. Walker is on Remind and wants you to join. Just download the app and search @hornetfami. Keep up with all important information and Updates. 

    Dress Code and Uniform Expectations

    During the distance learning phase of instruction (August 31 - January 29) students are not expected to wear a school uniform.  Students must adhere to the system-wide dress code which requires students to dress appropriately.  Further details can be found in the Student Rights and Responsibilities Handbook.  When a decision is made concerning the reopening of schools, individual schools, with uniform policies, will determine the feasibility of continuing the school year with or without a uniform as it may be difficult to acquire school uniform attire midyear.  

    Student 2020 PSA Census Video on NBC


    Prince George's County Public School Students were featured on NBC News Channel 4 in a segment entitled "In the Community with Mollette Green" for the wonderful job they did on the PGCPS Student PSA 2020 Census Videos.  First-place winners were interviewed about the importance of completing the Census and shared what they learned from this project 


    Breakfast, Lunch and Supper Meals available @ FHHS


    Starting today ALL students eat free at whichever school they choose to pick up meals from. Today (Wednesday, September 2), we will be distributing meals for Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, AND TUESDAY (four days). Our next meal pick up will be next Wednesday.  This is due to Labor Day on Monday.Meals can be picked up between 10 - 1. Also, we no longer have to use PINs.  Students will be counted on a tally sheet just like we were doing this summer and during the spring. Parents will still be able to pick up meals if they show a report card or student ID.


    Click here to see Mrs. Walkers Mock Day Presentation! 

    Parent Survey

    Please complete by February 28th! 


    Be sure to follow our award winning High School News Broadcast on YouTube. Here is the link to our latest episode. 


    Here you find information about grading here at Fairmont Heights 

    Google Classroom

    Google Classroom

    Attention Students: Your teacher will be inviting you to join their Google classroom via your PGCPS email. Please continue checking your PGCPS email.

    PGCPS Zoom

    Having issues logging onto zoom? Follow these steps! 

    Register Now

    Education Online Program (EOP) Spring Credit Recovery and Original Credit is for students who need to recover a class in order to graduate or be promoted to their correct grade. It is also an opportunity for students to take classes to accelerate their learning. CLICK TO REGISTER


    Hey Seniors! Click here for all information about the class of 2021. 

    April Hybrid Learning Schedule

    Click here to download the April Hybrid Learning Calendar. 

    FHHS Literary Magazine issue 1

    Check out the first issue of our literary Magazine created by Ms. McCoy Hill. 


    Click Here to view a recap of the December Senior Meeting. 

    Password Problems?


    Having issues accessing your account? Contact Mr. Williams, Ms. Green or Mrs. Elvis.,, Please only contact 1 of them. 

    Families with students who receive school meals through our Free and Reduced-Price Meals program must reapply at the beginning of each school year to remain eligible. Apply Now! 

    New Semester

    Students to check schoolmax for changes in semester courses. 

    Engagement Flyer

    10th Grade Meeting about your roadmap to success! Feb. 17th @ 6PM. 

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