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Farmersville High School (abbr. FHS) is a public American senior high school set in Farmersville, California. The school is part of the Farmersville Unified School District, which takes in the majority of students from its K-8 program.
As of the 2005/2006 school year, all students enrolled at FHS must at least meet the following criteria before graduation:
In total, 300 credits are necessary for a student at FHS to graduate. Also, starting with the 2007/2008 school year, freshman through senior year is used to calculate the cumulative high school GPA. Prior to this move, sophomore through senior year factored into the overall student GPA at FHS. In addition, every student who graduates must pass the CAHSEE.
The athletic director for FHS is Michael Jordan. FHS sports teams are called the Aztecs, and have their home games on campus. The Aztecs participate in the East Sierra League (Div. VI, CIF Central Section) and have varsity, JV, and frosh/soph teams. Below are all the sports that FHS participates in and their respective season:
Every year, FHS has the following clubs and organizations that students can participate in: