Upper School News
Join us for the 50th Anniversary Weekend at Fayetteville Academy on March 27 – March 29, 2020. Events are continually being added, so save the dates and check back! Friday, March 27 Biscuits and Banter (in the lobby of the gyms) Field Day Activities, bouncy houses Student Art in the Fine Arts Department Mobile Video […]
The Fayetteville Academy Student Government Association and varsity girls’ volleyball team would like to thank everyone for helping to make our PINK OUT a success. As of now, we have raised approximately $1500 for Cape Fear Valley Health Foundation’s Friends of the Cancer Center in honor of our own Ms. Barbara Lambert. Without our Eagle […]
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
The Fayetteville Academy Eagle Booster Club is offering embroidered polo shirts for fans to wear at games and show support for our players. Navy shirts are available in either the Soaring Eagle logo with white embroidery or the FA Eagle Head with white text and a white, blue, and gold logo. Please return order form […]
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.
At this time, we intend to operate on a normal schedule at Fayetteville Academy on Friday, September 6. Please check the school website and other communication methods in the morning for any possible changes or updates to that plan.
School and all other activities at Fayetteville Academy are cancelled for Thursday, September 5. Please do not go to campus, as all buildings will remain locked and alarmed. Ray Quesnel Head of School
Dear Fayetteville Academy Family, I hope you all had a chance to relax and enjoy some good weather over the long weekend. Since effects from Hurricane Dorian may be heading towards our area later this week, I thought it was a good time to send my annual reminder of the procedures that we use at […]
The Fayetteville Academy Key Club is collecting school supplies for the Boys and Girls Home at Lake Waccamaw, a shelter for children recovering from abuse or a family crisis. Please bring any donations of pens and pencils, paper, folders, notebooks, backpacks, etc. to Dr. Limberg’s room by October 4th. Thank you!
The Fayetteville Academy Online Store has been extended to September 4th at 11:00pm and new items have been added. All proceeds will be used by FAPA (Fayetteville Academy Parents Association) for our school. Thank you for your support! https://tthi.chipply.com/eagles/?fbclid=IwAR3VvIB4XqeTjnHfKQbEUOBuh8ywFc8FdF4dVCjDZxC4-ctyfu4eSalbEI8
Did you know Fayetteville Academy is ranked #1 in the Fayetteville, NC area in the Niche.com 2020 rankings for: Best College Prep Private High Schools Best Private High Schools Best Private K-12 Schools Best High Schools for STEM View other Fayetteville Academy Niche.com rankings
The 2019 Fayetteville Academy yearbook is dedicated to Mrs. Virginia Satisky. She will be retiring in June after 40+ years at the Academy. Well done, Mrs. Satisky! We are going to miss you!
Freshmen Emily Brown and Maggie Barnes are collecting gently used children’s winter clothes for the elementary students at T.C. Berrien until December 7. A box for donations will be in the main office and outside the Lower School office.
Key Club is launching a school supply drive to benefit Thomas Academy, a school connected with the Boys and Girls Club at Lake Waccamaw. The school serves neglected and vulnerable children who are victims of abuse and needs donations of supplies such as packages of pens and pencils, paper, notebooks, and other basic school supplies […]
Due to the dangerous weather conditions being forecast related to Hurricane Michael, Fayetteville Academy will be closed on Thursday, October 11. School and all school-related activities are cancelled. The campus will remain locked and the buildings alarmed so please do not come to campus on Thursday. Sincerely, Ray Quesnel Head of School Fayetteville Academy […]
Due to the impending arrival of Hurricane Florence, Fayetteville Academy will have all classes and school activities cancelled on Thursday, September 13 and Friday, September 14. The campus and all buildings will be completely closed so please do not come to campus for any reason during the closure. It appears that the most serious rain […]
Dear Academy Parents and Faculty Members, I normally send this email out later in the school year, timed to coincide with the arrival of wintry weather. Hurricane Florence seems to be heading towards our area however and while I hope that none of us will be impacted seriously by the arrival of that storm, I […]
Fayetteville Academy third graders participated in a multisensory lab, “How the brain retains long term memory”, with the Anatomy and Physiology class.
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.