FCAHS Mask Mandate

The safety of students and staff is our number one priority so we will continue to follow the guidelines from the Mississippi State Department of Health and will continue to monitor COVID 19 cases on campus.

Masks will continue to be required until October 15. We will revisit our mask policy prior to October 15.

Parents should notify us immediately if their child has tested positive. We ask that all parents keep their students at home if they are ill or are awaiting COVID 19 test results. We also ask that you notify us immediately if someone in the household tests positive so you can quarantine your student.

Thank you for your support and cooperation during this time.

Forrest County Agricultural High School

Forrest County AHS will be participating in the USDA’s National School Lunch Program “Seamless Summer Option (SSO)” for the duration of the 2021-2022 school year. This program, while typically only available during the summer months, will continue to extend free meals to all students during the 2021-2022 school year. According the USDA, this option maintains the nutrition standards of the standard school meal programs – including a strong emphasis on providing fruits and vegetables, milk, whole grains and sensible calorie levels. This option also provides flexibility for schools to further customize their meal service design to fit their local needs.

Nutrition is a cornerstone of learning and Forrest County AHS is proud to participate in this program to ensure the nutritional needs of every child are fulfilled; enabling our student to attain their greatest potential.

This institution is an equal opportunity provider.


USDA Non-Discrimination Statement

Please see the Announcements & Archives page for information and instructions on Registration for the 2021-2022 school year.

Welcome to FCAHS

Forrest County Agricultural High School was established in 1911 by an act of the Mississippi Legislation as an agricultural boarding school located on 320 acres of donated land. 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.

FCAHS Main Building

Forrest County Agricultural High School,

Brooklyn, MS

About Our Administrators

Dr. Donna Boone, Superintendent

Mr. Will Wheat, Principal

Mr. Benton Holder, Assistant Principal

Mr. Erik Shows, Career and Technical Education Director