Congratulations to the Fayetteville Academy Class of 2022 Marshals! These five students have the highest cumulative averages in the junior class: Cailee Calabrese, Arinze Ejeh, Rachel Gordon, Chloe Israel, and Jacob Krakover. Rachel Gordon is the Chief Marshal, the junior with the highest cumulative average.
Congratulations to Kailtyn Young, the valedictorian for the Class of 2021 and Qiyao “Sophia” Yang, the salutatorian for the Class of 2021! These students have earned the two highest cumulative averages in their class. Well done! Kaitlyn will attend UNC-Chapel Hill and Sophia will attend the University of Wisconsin – Madison.
Congratulations to Fayetteville Academy senior, Danielle Bacic, on being a 2021 Gold Medalist of the Congressional Award. The Congressional Award website reads: “The Congressional Award is the United States Congress’ award for young Americans. It is non-partisan, voluntary, and non-competitive. The program is open to all youth regardless of ability, circumstance, or socioeconomic status. Participants […]
Congratulations to senior Aadit Mehta for his selection as Fayetteville Academy’s nominee for the Morehead-Cain at UNCChapel Hill and the Levine Scholars Program at UNC-Charlotte! Congratulations to senior Kaitlyn Young for her selection as Fayetteville Academy’s nominee for the Robertson Scholars Leadership Program at Duke University and UNC-Chapel Hill and the Park Scholarship at NC […]
The 25 members of the Fayetteville Academy Class of 2020 were offered over $2.7 million in college scholarships and grants. Ronin Ashley Cody Li Talana Banks Julia Lowe Daniel Buchanan Jenna Mergy Matthew Distell Anika Mittal Morgan Dorsey Nyah Molina Elida Edwards Sydney Neal Chidera Ejeh Aiden Pitts Madeleine Ewart Davis Saint-Amand Nick Henry Anne […]
This year we are live-streaming our graduation ceremony on June 5th at 6pm. Watch through our website here. or https://boxcast.tv/view/fayetteville-academy-2020-graduation-875394
Where are the members of the Fayetteville Academy Class of 2020 going next year? The answer is revealed in these videos. Good luck, Class of 2020! Well done!
Congratulations to the Class of 2021 Marshals! These five students have the highest averages in the junior class: Ye-Bon Hong, Teresa Pham, Alex Ponder, Sophia Yang, and Kaitlyn Young. Kaitlyn Young is the Chief Marshal, the junior with the highest average.”
Fayetteville Academy is pleased to announce Matthew Distell as the Class of 2020 Valedictorian and Morgan Dorsey as the Class of 2020 Salutatorian! Congratulations on earning this honor! Matthew is the son of Dr. Bruce Distell and Mrs. Sally Distell and will attend Duke University. Morgan is the daughter of Dr. Meisha Abbasinejad and Mr. […]
Congratulations to Matthew Distell! He has been named a National Merit Scholarship Finalist.
Congratulations to Fayetteville Academy senior Anika Mittal on her selection as a semi-finalist for both the Morehead-Cain at UNC-Chapel Hill and the Park Scholarship at North Carolina State University!
Congratulations and good luck to the following Fayetteville Academy school nominees for these college scholarship programs: Levine (UNC Charlotte) – Olivia Hernandez & Anika Mittal Morehead-Cain (UNC Chapel Hill) – Morgan Dorsey & Owen Smith Park (NC State) – Madeleine Ewart & Anika Mittal Belk (Davidson) – Madeleine Ewart
Congratulations to Fayetteville Academy senior Matthew Distell who was named a Semifinalist in the 2020 National Merit® Scholarship Program. The National Merit® Scholarship Program honors individual students who show exceptional, academic ability and potential success in rigorous college studies. Matthew is pictured with his parents, Sally and Bruce Distell.
Fayetteville Academy would like to congratulate Michael Peters who has accepted an appointment to the United States Military Academy at West Point! #myFA Soaring Higher!
Congratulations to Fayetteville Academy senior Rianna Orello on signing her National Letter of Intent to play soccer at Francis Marion University. She is pictured with her parents, Krista and Jason Orello, and Fayetteville Academy soccer coaches, Andrew McCarthy and Jimmy Maher.