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Fox Chapel Area School District
611 Field Club Road / Pittsburgh, PA 15238 / 412.963.9600
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News & Headlines

Students Win Awards in State Science Competition

Several Fox Chapel Area School District students recently won awards at the 84th Annual State Meeting of the Pennsylvania Junior Academy of Science (PJAS). Fox Chapel Area first-place state winners were juniors Vaishavi Agrawal, Zachary Lakkis, Kathryn Schwartzman, Gina Wang, and Ziya Xu;...

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FCAHS 2018 Graduation

Approximately 325 Fox Chapel Area High School seniors will graduate on Sunday, June 10, 2018. The ceremony begins at 2 p.m. and will be held at Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall located at 4141 Fifth Street in Oakland. The student speakers at the ceremony will be graduating seniors Braddock Lalor...

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Rotary Honors High School Seniors

The Rotary Club of Fox Chapel Area this month honored 15 seniors at Fox Chapel Area High School and nine at Shady Side Academy for academic excellence while meeting the Rotary ideals of good citizenship and service to their school and community. Jacob Klein of FCAHS and Leila Skinner of SSA were...

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HS to Receive Governor's Civic Engagement Award

Fox Chapel Area High School has earned the Gold Level of the Governor’s Civic Engagement Award. The award recognizes and commemorates the efforts of the next generation of leaders to educate, engage, and inform their fellow students about how to get involved in the voting process. Specifically,...

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High School Students Chosen for Band Honors

Several Fox Chapel Area High School students were selected to perform with prestigious bands. •Pennsylvania Music Educators Association (PMEA) All-State Band – Six students were selected by audition to perform with the prestigious 2018 PMEA All-State Band. The students are senior Elizabeth Mountz;...

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Guided by the elementary principals, an instructional staff of highly qualified teachers provides a rigorous and thorough program of instruction for students in kindergarten through grade five. Classrooms are organized to meet the instructional needs of children and various methods and materials are used to achieve high educational standards.

The early years of school are critical to future academic success. Children in the primary grades (kindergarten through grade three) participate in an academic program designed to meet the needs of young children. They learn to read, express their thoughts through writing and critical thinking, and work with numbers and mathematical operations. Children are also engaged in inquiry-based thinking through the disciplines of science and social studies. Opportunities are available to participate in the arts, engage in physical activity, access computer technology, and make use of extensive library collections.

While children in the primary grades are learning to read, write, and compute – children in grades four and five are applying these basic skills as they read to learn, write to communicate, use numbers to solve problems, and think critically in all areas of the curriculum including technology, the arts, physical education, and the use of the library.

Feature Stories

Bell Time Study

As residents may be aware, the school district was asked to explore later start times for high school students. Below you will find the results of a study that was conducted by an independent party related to the impact that a later start time would have on district busing.

School Safety

The district held a meeting on school safety April 16. Click HERE to watch the video from the meeting. 

Click below to see the safety letter that was emailed to all parents on 3 15 18.

Elem. & DMS Summer STEAM Camp

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Please click below to learn more about the district's summer STEAM camp!

New HS Summer Program: Empower2018

Empower2018 is designed to help prepare young people for the real world. The program will run from June 18–28.  Students from any school district are invited to apply. For more information, visit wpalearning.fcasd.edu, or contact Lisa Gibson at 412/967-2479 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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Click below to read an article on Empower2018.

Keystone Collections Group Information

Keystone Collections Group has a phone line dedicated exclusively to taxpayer inquiries during the tax filing season. The number is 1-866-539-1100.

Click on the link below for a flyer that will assist residents in contacting Keystone.
 
 
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