Falcon News

Be sure to check back often to see what new and exciting things are happening at Fountain Hills High School. Our students are constantly making headlines, and we want to share their news with you.

Fountain Hills Holds the State Championship

Fountain Hills High School was the site for the Vex Robotics State Middle School Championship on Saturday, February 24. 20 teams from around the state came to compete. The competition started at 10:00 a.m. and completed by 4:30 p.m. with an awards ceremony.

The excellence and two-tournament championship winners won spots to go to the world's competition. The winners go on to the world's tournament on March 25 in Kentucky.

  • Excellence Award (VRC/VEXU) World Championship: RoboCats VRC
  • Robot Skills Winner (VRC/VEXU): RoboCats VRC

FHHS Science Fair

The 2018 Fountain Hills Science Fair was a great experience for students. The winners going to state; check out the list of all of our students. Our overall winners, Ms. Anderson and Ms. Lassig, have been winners all four years. This is their last science fair as they graduate, and we will miss them. Great job to all of our students!

Fountain Hills Competes in Academic Decathlon

On Friday and Saturday, February 2 and 3, 2018, Fountain Hills competed with 22 other schools in an academic decathlon at Mesa High School. Congratulations on your accomplishments!

The awards this year were as follows:

  • Laura Anderson received gold in language, speech, and interview. Laura also received silver in overall points, science, math, economics, and essay.
  • Paige Despain received gold in overall, science, essay, social studies, and won silver in music and math.
  • Blake Anderson received gold in music and math and won silver in economics.
  • Caroline Rackow received gold in art and won silver in music, speech, interview, and social studies.
  • Austin Johnson received bronze for interview and music.
  • Ernie Smith received silver in speech and won bronze in essay and interview.
  • William McGuire received gold in art and economics. William won silver in language, music, and social studies. He also won bronze in science.
  • Ian Malcolm was an alternate participant.

Dr. McElligott and Mrs. Robinson are very proud of our decathlon winners.