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FHS Celebrates Student Athletes Bound for College, NCAA

Photo of Fairfax High School Seniors playing sports in college

FHS NCAA Students

Congratulations to the 17 Fairfax High School Student-Athletes committed to playing sports next year in college!





Bromley Ragan – Crew – Mercyhurst University

Macey Lynch – Swim – Mary Washington University

Dominic Affuso – Football – Bridgewater University

Wyatt Brooks – Football – Carnegie Mellon University

Trevor Marchiando – Football – Christopher Newport University

Omar Mneimneh – Football – North Carolina Wesleyan

Justin Primm –Football – Hampton Sydney College

Robin Yu – Golf – Mary Washington University

Decker Barborek – Track – George Mason University

Justin Hatchett – Track – Xavier University

Chloe Tran – Track/Cross Country – US Military Academy

Aiden Kim – Soccer – Shenandoah University

Steven Zeballos – Soccer – Shepherd University

Matt Walker –Boys Lacrosse – Limestone College

Thomas Aguila – Baseball – Eastern University

Sydney Keating –Field Hockey –Mary Washington University

William Portillo –Wrestling – Southern Virgina



City of Fairfax Schools Honors Three Local Businesses

The City of Fairfax School Board Named Business Benefits Group, Paint Your Own Pottery of Fairfax and Triway International to the Virgina School Board Association 2018 Business Honor Roll. The VSBA Business Honor Roll is a way for local school board to recognize and honor the role business support their school community.

Paint Your Own Pottery of Fairfax for their support of the Fairfax Academy for Communications and the Arts.

Triway International Group for their support of our cultural exchange programs with schools and educators in China.

Business Benefits Group for their ongoing support of Daniels Run Elementary School’s Food for Thought Program.

FHS Seniors Graduate

Fairfax High School celebrated 517 graduates today at the field house. The students joined with their families to reflect on past memories and wish on future stars. Ian Kirkland and FHS Alumna Second Lieutenant Simone Askew gave commencement addresses.

Earlier in the day, 50 FHS graduates loaded on City CUE busses to visit Lanier Middle School, Daniels Run ES and Providence ES to say one final goodbye and give high five to students.

City of Fairfax Schools Recognize Over 100 Students, Teachers

The City of Fairfax School Board closed their 2017-2018 school year by recognizing over 100 elementary and middle school students at their regular school board meeting on Monday, June 4th.

Students from Lanier Middle School were honored for District and All Virginia Chorus, All District Band and Orchestra, Scholastic Art and Writing, eCybermission STEM competition, Kidwind Turbine National Placement, FCCLA National Competition and Caring for Our Watershed Winners. In addtion, retiring staff and Teacher of the Year award winners were recognized.

Elementary students from Daniels Run ES and Providence ES were recognized for Honors Band and Chorus, Student Government, Patrol, and special awards created by each school including the Kindness Award, Innovation, Bravery and Perserverance.

The School Board also recognized Fairfax High School Alumni Second Lt. Simone Askew who was the first African American female to be named First Cadet at West Point. Askew will attend Oxford next year as a Rhodes Scholar.

Students from Fairfax High School were recognized in May.

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