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April 01
Request to Connect

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February 21
Online Course Selection
For help with online course selections, CLICK HERE​.​

February 10
February 06
FHS Parent Open House for Semester II

The FHS Parent Open House for semester II will occur on Thursday, February 13, from 5:00pm-6:35pm.  Experience a day in the life of your child by attending each of their classes.  Please bring your child’s schedule along with you.  Please note, prior to the open house, the resource department will be hosting a drop in session for interested parents from 4:30pm-5:00pm.  In addition, parents of students in grade 9, 10 and 11 will be able to sign up for the Power School Parent Portal by visiting the school office at any point throughout the evening.    


The schedule for the entire evening will be as follows:


Resource Department Drop In           4:30-5:00 

Period 1                                              5:00-5:15

Period 2                                              5:20-5:35

Period 3                                              5:40-5:55

Period 4                                              6:00-6:15

Period 5                                              6:20-6:35​

February 01
Black F Honors & Small Black F Awards - Applications
January 23
Succeeding at Home: A green paper on Education in New Brunswick

Information Regarding the Regional Public Consultations on the Green Paper with the Minister of Education and Early Childhood Development


The Department of Education and Early Childhood, in partnership with Anglophone West School District, is organizing a consultation session at 7pm on February 10th, 2020 at Fredericton High School (Cafeteria).

This consultation session will provide an opportunity for parents and community partners to share their feedback on the ideas presented in the Green Paper, titled “Succeeding at Home:  A green paper on Education in New Brunswick” .  In addition, Minister Dominic Cardy will meet with groups of students and teachers throughout the day, to gather their respective feedback.

“Succeeding at Home: A green paper on Education in New Brunswick” was released this fall and contains ideas to make our education system, from birth to graduation, the best in the world. The goal is for education to be at the heart of everything New Brunswick does. The ideas outlined in this document are based on the foundations established in the 10-year education plans.

We look forward to seeing you on February 10th, 2020, at Fredericton High School in the cafeteria (parking lot off Priestman Street, Cafeteria is located at the top of the ramp accessed through the FHS Gym Entrance). The session will begin at 7 p.m.


January 17
Semester 1 Exam Information
January 14
​Horizon and Vitalité Public Health

Horizon and Vitalité Public Health Departments, in collaboration with the Horizon Research Department, are conducting a research survey.


This research survey, available in both official languages, will explore the current sexual health education practices and need for resources, of parents, stepparents, and guardians of children 18 years of age and younger, from across New Brunswick. The results of the survey will help to inform the development of resources to meet the needs of “today’s parents”, to support them in their role as the primary sexual health educators of their children.


If you are a parent, step-parent or guardian of a child 18 years or younger, Horizon and Vitalité Public Health want to hear from you!! Thank you for your assistance.


Please click the following link to access the survey.  Thank you for your participation!


December 12
Host an international student!


September 15
YMCA Strong Kids School Scholarship Program

The YMCA Scholarship Program is available to children from K to Grade 12. It is an opportunity for youth (grades K to 8) and students (grades 9 to 12) to enjoy the benefits of a twelve-month scholarship from September to August. Scholarship students may participate in their choice of one recreation or sports activity per season, plus enjoy unlimited free access to all drop-in programs for Grades K to 12.​

YMCA Scholarship Nomination Info September 2019.pdfYMCA Scholarship Nomination Info September 2019.pdf

2019 2020 school scholarship application form.pdf2019 2020 school scholarship application form.pdf

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