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Fairfax High School Wrestling Hosts Second Annual See You on the Square

See You on the Square

See You on the Square

Fairfax High School Wrestling will host the second annual See You on the Square tonight in Old Town Fairfax at 6:00 pm. See You on the Square is the only outdoor wrestling match in Fairfax County.

The Rebels will once again take on Robinson High School. See You on the Square will donate any funds raised from the event to the Eric Monday Wrestling Foundation. The foundation “fosters opportunities for young wrestlers who strive to develop their mind, body and spirit while raising up fellow participants.” according to its website.

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Fairfax DECA Students Vow to Help Crush Cancer

img_4176Fairfax High School DECA students have created the Crush Cancer Club. Crush Cancer’s main goal is to bring awareness to pediatric cancer. Students in the club unite to volunteer at events such as CureFest DC and work to give pediatric cancer patients a voice. CureFest DC is an annual event held in Washington DC during September, whose mission is to make childhood cancer research a national priority. Members of the childhood cancer community, the general public, and the medical community are drawn together to create mass media attention towards pediatric cancer. Fairfax High School DECA has been volunteering at CureFest DC since it’s initiation over four years ago, and with the creation of Crush Cancer, FHS DECA hopes to have an even larger impact on pediatric cancer awareness. For the remainder of the school year Crush Cancer has many more events planned, such as gold out events at FHS sporting events and toy drives during the holiday season.

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Fairfax High School Hosts Korean Student Delegation

img_1903Fairfax High School welcomed a student delegation from Korea this month. The students from Posan High School in Korea were matched up with Fairfax High School students and were able to sample a typical day in the life of an American high school. The Korean students then presented the students and staff of Fairfax High School with a cultural program of dances and songs. The visit is one of many exchange programs by the City of Fairfax Schools. In the last year, the City schools have hosted student and staff delegations from China, Australia and Saudi Arabia.

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Fairfax High School Students Win Male and Female 6A VHSL Athletes of the Year

Congratulations to Fairfax High School students Tessa Bechert and Mike Breslin for being honored as the Virginia High School League and the AllState Foundation Virginia 6A female and male athletes of the year.

From Principal Dave Goldfarb:

“Mike Breslin is the ideal teammate. He leads by example, and his example is inspiring to his teammates. He is the first to be there, the last to leave, he does what is right, and he never takes a play off. Case in point…Mike’s sophomore year, he was out injured for the entire football season, yet he still never missed a practice or a game. His senior year, Mike played on the varsity football, swim and lacrosse teams, and he was one of the captains on each team.”

“During her time at Fairfax HS, Tessa was a member of the varsity field hockey, indoor track and girls lacrosse teams. Unfortunately, she suffered a long-lasting concussion, to the point she could no longer participate on the team. She faced this adversity by being the team manager. Tessa fully understands the importance of participating in extracurriculars; she gets that it is the other side of academics. She loves being around people, and she puts fun into everything she does.”

Fairfax Academy Film Festival Features Student Created, Produced Films

Fairfax Academy Film Festival Features Student Created, Produced Films

Original films, created and produced by students in the Professional Television Production program at Fairfax Academy, will be featured at the academy’s Film Festival on Friday, April 8, from 7 to 9 p.m. in the Fairfax High School auditorium. Fairfax Academy is one of six high school academies in Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS).

The film festival is the first of what is planned to be an annual event to showcase the original work that the Professional Television Production students have been working on throughout the school year. All of the featured films have been solely created and produced by the Pro TV students.

The final schedule of featured films will be released in the coming weeks.

All proceeds from this event will go back into the Pro TV program at Fairfax Academy to update equipment, provide career experiences, and expand the festival. Tickets are $3; FCPS and City of Fairfax Schools employees can attend free of charge with their badge.

For more information, contact the student festival manager at or contact the Fairfax Academy office at (703) 219-2226.

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