Forrest County Agricultural High School was created in 1911 by an act of the Mississippi Legislation as an agricultural boarding school located on 320 acres of donated landed.  Students from across Mississippi, the United States and several foreign countries have been educated here.  In 1996, the school was listed as a Mississippi landmark by the historical society.  
     Today, FCAHS serves students in grades 9 through 12. We provide all of the offerings of a larger metropolitan city school in a small educational setting. It is our belief that all students can meet high standards for rigorous academic work. With that in mind, we offer advanced academic coursework as well as advisory services that support students at all levels of academic progress.
 News & Celebrations
    
  • AGGIE Football advances to the 3rd Round of the playoffs with a 21-14 win over Magee see the story here.
  • Check out Principal Mr. Sparkman accepting the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge in front of the entire student body click here to view
  • The FCAHS Bowling Team begins their season on November 20th against Petal. Practices will be held each Saturday beginning at 1:00 pm, excluding match days and holidays.

Note:  The older articles and links from area have been archived on individual web pages for the organization, activity or sport. 
 
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Upcoming Events

  • Football Travels to St. Stanislaus for 3rd Round Playoff Action this Friday
  • Basketball Schedule this week:
    • 11/17  @ Sumrall
    • 11/18  @ Poplarville
    • 11/20 & 11/22 @ West Marion Tournament
  • Soccer Travels to Petal 11/17 and PRC 11/20
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