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Fairport High School

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Main Office

Robert Clark
Robert Clark
Principal

Heather Fingland
Secretary to the Principal
Phone: (585) 421-2100
Fax:      (585) 421-4645

White House

Madison Power
Madison Power
Assistant Principal
White House

Lisa Wenderlich
White House Secretary
Phone: (585) 421-2301

Blue House

Stephanie Miner
Stephanie Miner
Assistant Principal
Blue House

Katie DeMott
Blue House Secretary
Phone: (585) 421-2305

Red House

Ryan Kuhn
Ryan Kuhn
Assistant Principal
Red House

Sheryl Dinehart
Red House Secretary
Phone: (585) 421-2303

Special Programs

Lyndsey Keil
Lyndsey Keil
Assistant Principal
Special Programs

Peg Rider
Special Programs Secretary
Phone: (585) 421-8901

Grade Levels

10 - 12

Attendance

(585) 421-2105

Hours

7:25 a.m. - 2:10 p.m.

Counseling

Doreen MacDonough
Alison Bersani

(585) 421-2108

About Our School

Fairport High School (FHS) is a large suburban school located outside of Rochester, NY, with an overall enrollment of 1,500 students in grades 10-12. Fairport is known throughout the region for its "Fairport Family" mantra and supportive culture. The district is committed to ASCD's Whole Child Tenets, which aim to create a welcoming and engaging learning environment for all students and meet their social, emotional and academic needs/development. FHS teachers challenge students to think critically, communicate effectively, and foster an appreciation for lifelong learning. In addition to traditional core classes, FHS offers more than 80 electives for students including an extensive number of AP and dual-credit options. Beyond the school day, students participate in numerous athletic teams, extracurricular clubs, competitive academic teams, and theatre productions.

At FHS, administrators, teachers and staff are purposeful about developing and maintaining positive and meaningful connections with the students and community. The FHS team prides itself on making a large school feel small, and as a result, the school culture is Fairport's biggest asset. Though proud of its accomplishments, FHS strives to improve its practice. In recent years, the school has taken steps to better understand the importance of mental health and wellness in the school community. As a result, mental health staff received in-depth training and partnered with the University of Rochester Strong Behavioral Health professionals to establish accessible supports within the district. This community connection has better prepared and equipped FHS to support and educate students struggling with mental health.

Social Media

Instagram  FHS Instagram

 

Safe School Environment

The Safe School Helpline is a convenient way to report concerns about unsafe or potentially disruptive activities or situations including drug or alcohol abuse, weapons, harassment, bullying, threats, possible suicide or any other safety issue.

The Safe School Helpline can be accessed via several methods:

  • (1) Call 1-800-4-1-VOICE ext. 359 (1-800-418-6423 ext. 359)
  • (2) Visit www.safeschoolhelpline.com
  • (3) Text TIPS to 66746
  • (4) Download the “Safe School Helpline” app in the App Store or Google Play

When You See Something Say Something We Care

Click HERE to Report School Violence, Harassment, Bullying, or Discrimination

What's Happening in Fairport?

Public comment on updated District- . . .

April 17, 2024

The public is invited to review the updated District-wide Safety Plan document before adoption for the 2024-2025 school year. . . .

Public comment on updated Code of C . . .

April 17, 2024

The public is invited to review the updated Code of Conduct document before adoption for the 2024-2025 school year. . . .

Student artists shine at K-12 Distr . . .

April 12, 2024

Congratulations to our Fairport student artists and art educators on a triumphant opening night of the K-12 District Art Show! . . .

Fairport-Perinton Dollars for Schol . . .

March 22, 2024

For 35 years, Fairport-Perinton Dollars for Scholars, a not-for-profit organization funded by direct donations and fundraising campaigns, has grown to become a substantial source of scholarships . . .

Files & Documents

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