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
Fayetteville Academy welcomes Wells Alderman, Nicole Alexander, Karen Ewart and Ann Kulich Young to the Board of Trustees. Wells Alderman is co-owner of A&G Residential, a local home builder. He is a graduate of Clemson University and an Eagle Scout. Alderman previously served as the sales manager for the Fayetteville market with H&H Homes.Read more “Board of Trustees Welcomes Four New Members”more »
Fayetteville Academy recently named their nominees for the Morehead-Cain, Park and Levine scholarships. Congratulations to Chris Ewart and Rachel Gordon for their nominations for the Morehead-Cain Scholarship at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Congratulations to Chris Ewart and Chloe Israel for their nominations for the Park Scholarship at N.C. State University. CongratulationsRead more “Morehead-Cain, Park and Levine Scholarship Nominees Named”more »
Fayetteville Academy’s BRAVE club donates books to the Fayetteville Police Department and Connections of Cumberland County Fayetteville, N.C.–Members of Fayetteville Academy’s BRAVE (Bringing Real Adolescent Voices Empowerment) club recently held a book drive to benefit Connections of Cumberland County and the Fayetteville Police Department Foundation. Books for both children and adults were collected. TheRead more “BRAVE Club Donates Books”more »