FCAHS is Celebrating!

A plus FCAHS

Congratulations to our students, parents, faculty, staff, and administration!  
under the new accountability rankings for 2015-2016. 
Go Aggies!

Welcome to FCAHS, Home of the Aggies!
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.

About Our Administrators

Mr. Billy Ellzey, Superintendent
Mr. Austin Alexander, Assistant Principal and Athletic Director
Mrs. Suzanne Kelly, Career and Technical Education Director

Important Dates

Ages 9-14
$10 per child

November 8: Deadline to order shirts from BETA CLUB members. Click here for an order form or see any Beta Club member!

November 12: AggieFEST
sponsored by DECA and SkillsUSA.
Contact Cherish McGee for more information. Visit the SkillsUSA and DECA pages for entry forms.
Aggie Fest

Yearbooks on sale in the Aggie Cafe and online! Click here to order your yearbook. Senior PDA ads are also on sale. Click here for a form.

October 1-30: SkillsUSA is selling fall and Christmas decorations in room T7.
News & Celebrations

Teachers of the Year

Congratulations to Agriculture teachers Rusty Coats and Mary Helen Lett on being named Teachers of the Year in their fields!  More information is on the Ag "In the News" page.  

Do you have pictures to share?  Please send them to celebrations@forrestcountyahs.com along with a brief description and we might publish them on the FCAHS website!