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Our goal is to keep students, parents and alumni up-to-date with all of FHCS's latest happenings. Look below to stay current with the latest Warrior news, student publications, alumni information and events.

 News coverage from WIBW 13 of the recent Cair Paravel Fine Arts Festival which features FHCS students Michaela Crow (piano), Nairilys Santana, Charlet Wacholtz and Daniel Wilkinson.  

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FHCS weekly Newsletter

Download the latest FHCS Weekly Newsletter to keep current on all news pertaining to students, staff, parents and alumni.

FHCS Weekly Newsletter May 19, 2017




Domino's Pizza Mondays and Chick-Fil-A Thursdays will return this fall!


Summer Volleyball Camp!

Make your plans now to join us for Volleyball Camp this summer at FHCS. 
June 19-23 will be our volleyball camp for students entering grades 5-8.  The camp will run from 9:00-11:30.  Mrs. Melanie McCarty has been hired as the high school volleyball coach for the coming school year and she will be in charge of the camp.  Even though we do not have a boys volleyball team at FHCS, boys are invited to attend the camp as well.
Camp is open to students that attend other schools so feel free to share this information families in your neighborhood or at church.
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Warrior News

Check out the latest issue of Warrior News  to stay in touch with FHCS student news and events.  You can also view past issues.  Warrior News is a publication of the Junior High Newspaper Class.

Warrior News

SPanish students win photo contest

Three FHCS students won first place in their age division in the Kansas Association of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese poster contest. Elizabeth Dunaway, Michaela Crow and Cheyenne Crow will all have their Hand Drawn posters sent on to the national contest which will be held later this year. Congratulations girls!



Photo Gallery

Excerpts from Flint Hills activities and special events.

  • Kindergarteners work together to solve a puzzle.
  • Macy Strange and Talia Davis, 2nd graders, hard at it!
  • Secondary students caroling at Stoneybrook North Retirement Community
  • Is anything more fun than the library?
  • Secondary Music Concert 11-17-2016
  • Secondary_Music_Concert,_HS_Choir_11-17-2016
  • Geography_Bee_2017
  • Spelling_Bee_2016-17

All students bring their lunches. Students can order milk, limited dairy items and some microwaveable items with purchase of a lunch/milk card in the office. Hot lunch is offered on Mondays from local restaurants.

PM Academy

PM Academy is FHCS’s aftercare program and is available to students in all day Kindergarten through 6th grade.  Students in grades K-6 are normally expected to be picked up by 3:40 pm. PM Academy is provided as a service to our parents who are not able to pick up their children immediately after school.  Students not picked up by 3:40 pm will automatically be sent to PM Academy.  All PM Academy students are to be picked up by 5:30 PM.  See PM Academy Parent Information Letter for more information.

June 2017

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