Senior Class and First Graders Bury Time Capsule Members of the senior class worked with the first grade to gather items for a time capsule to mark the unique date Feb. 22, 2022. Feb. 22 written as 02/22/2022 is a palindrome, and such a date is unique as it only occurs in the firstRead more “Seniors and First Graders Bury Time Capsule”more »
A Few Words About Our School
Fayetteville Academy is ranked in the 2021 Niche.com for the Fayetteville, NC area:
#1 – Best Private K-12 Schools
#1 – Best Private High Schools
#1 – Best College Prep Private High Schools
#1 – Best High Schools for STEM
Fayetteville Academy has the area’s only three certified Wilson Dyslexia Practitioners! Charley Curry, Gabriela Ostendorf and Elizabeth Prince bring their expertise to Lower School students after school through a small group intensive program and a whole group intervention program. This Lower School program reinforces skills being taught in the classroom and bridges the gap for students that benefit from extra support.
At Fayetteville Academy, we pride ourselves on upholding a tradition of academic excellence that began in 1970. The Academy is the only independent, non-sectarian, PK – 12th grade school in Cumberland County. We provide a unique learning environment where children are encouraged to explore every opportunity, set and exceed expectations, and expand their knowledge base daily. Small class sizes, a safe and caring atmosphere, and numerous extracurricular activities ensure that each child at the Academy receives a unique educational experience.
Acceptance to a College
Teachers with Advanced Degrees
AP Exams Scored 3+
Average Class Size
Homecoming Court 2022 Crowned Mayson Candler was crowned 2022 Homecoming Queen, and Arinze Ejeh was crowned Homecoming King, Friday, Jan. 28 as part of the 2022 Homecoming festivities. Campbell Burt and Alan Guo were crowned princess and prince for the ninth grade. Izzy Faulkner and Garek Dixon were crowned princess and prince forRead more “Homecoming Court 2022 Crowned”more »
Eagle Club Presents Sixth Man Award The Eagle Club presented its annual Sixth Man Award Friday night, Jan. 28 as part of the Homecoming festivities. The Sixth Man Award recognizes outstanding volunteer contributions. Karen Ewart was recognized at midcourt by FA Athletic Director Chip Bishop during halftime of the varsity girls’ basketball game. Ms.Read more “Sixth Man Award Presented”more »