FCHS (Farmington Central High School)
Farmington Central High School (FCHS) serves students, ages 16-19, in an alternative setting while meeting the Farmington Public Schools’ benchmarks and all common core academic requirements. Classes offered are: English, math, social studies, science, business, and art. In addition, opportunities are offered for new credit or credit recovery utilizing an online learning environment called E20/20.
The school provides a smaller learning environment where students can learn who had trouble learning in a traditional high school environment. Through continued collaboration among students, parents, teachers and advisors, the hope is to increase the rate of students remaining in school and graduating. The goal is for students to grow both academically and socially and to leave school with a clear idea of their next step in life and a plan on how they are going to get there.
FCHS is located on Highmeadow Road in Farmington Hills. Students attending FCHS report to school Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. until 2:45 p.m. Transportation, to and from this program, is not provided by the District.
For more information about this program, parents should contact their child’s school counselor or David Reese, Principal of Farmington Central High School, at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 248-489-3827.
To learn more visit the Farmington Central High School website.