Virtual Open House – Coming April 13!

Welcome to the Virtual Open House Information Page


A virtual open house is planned for April 13, 2021. 

Proposed Agenda

6:30 pm – 6:50 pm = Welcome and opening remarks for all participants.

6:50 pm – 7:30 pm = Parents and prospective students will join a different virtual meeting specific to their division.  We will have a virtual meeting for Lower School and another virtual meeting that will combine Middle and Upper School divisions.

7:30 pm – 8:00 pm = Everyone will join into a final virtual meeting for final words, ask questions, and get information on the financial aid process (if interested).


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Fayetteville Academy Highlights (the 3 A’s)




General Information

  • Fayetteville Academy, At a glance
  • Average SAT and ACT scores exceed local, state, and national averages for both public and private schools. Fayetteville Academy consistently has the highest average SAT scores among all local schools.
  • Typically, the percentage of Fayetteville Academy students scoring a 3 or better on AP exams is higher than the county and state averages.
  • 40-50% of students in 3rd through 5th grades qualify for the Duke Tip program annually.
  • 100% of graduating seniors are accepted to a college or university.
  • We offer a unique and personalized college counseling program beginning in the 9th grade.
  • Newly renovated Wood Technology building which houses the LEAP SmartLab (grades PK – 2) and the Systel SmartLab (grades 3-5). These innovative STEAM labs join our HLT SmartLab (grades 8 – 12) in to complete our cutting-edge STEAM program.
  • Every year we add another grade level to our 1:1 Chromebook program. For the 2020-2021 school year, every student in grades 3 – 9 will be issued a Chromebook to be used in class and at home.


Admissions Office

Barbara Lambert
To request information, or to schedule an appointment, please contact:
Director of Admission
(910) 868-5131 ext. 3311
Did you know?
The Academy awards over $500,000 in financial aid annually to its students; and 25 to 30 percent of the student population receives a financial aid grant.