2595 Fairview Blvd.
Fairview, TN 37062
Phone: 615-472-4400 Fax: 615-472-4421 Dr. Juli Oyer, Principal
Fairview High School will cultivate prepared,
life-long learners who are positive contributors to their community.
Click on the link below to learn how to invest in Fairview High
Fairview High School kicked off their Be Nice
Campaign this fall. The students made a public service
announcement that was shown to the school on the first
day in August. To read more about the Be Nice Campaign,
click the link below. If you would like to order a Be
Nice t-shirt, please email Trina Stone at
Be Nice Video
Employees of the Year Announced Congratulations go out to the 2013 Fairview
Teacher of the Year Mrs. Janice Nola and 2013 Fairview
Classified Employee of the Year Mrs. Tina Daniels!!!!!!
1st Semester Exams!!!!! It is hard to believe but the end of the first
semester of school is fast approaching. Below is
everything you need to know about exams for the first
semester at Fairview High School.
Tuesday, Dec. 17
7:30-8:30 1st Period Study
8:35-10:40 1st Period Exam
11:30-12:25 2nd Period Study Session
12:30-2:37 2nd Period Exam
Wednesday, Dec. 18
7:30-8:30 3rd Period Study
8:35-10:40 3rd Period Exam
11:30-12:25 4th Period Study Session
12:30-2:37 4th Period Exam
Thursday, Dec. 19
7:30-8:30 5th Period Study
8:35-10:40 5th Period Exam
11:30-12:25 6th Period Study Session
12:30-2:37 6th Period Exam
Friday, Dec. 20
7:30-8:40 7th Period Study
8:50-11:05 7th Period Exam
No exams will be given early or at a time
different from the exam schedule.
All students will remain in their classrooms during the
entire exam period. No hall passes should be given and
no student will be permitted to leave early after
finishing an exam. No student will be permitted to leave
early during an exam period.
Seniors who have an average of 91 or higher, no
more than 6 absences per class per semester through
Monday, December 17 (pre-approved days included), and
have not been suspended, including ISS, are exempt from
Students are expected to be at school all day during the
exam schedule. Students who are not present, including
exempt students, will be counted as absent. These
absences will be unexcused unless a doctor's note is
provided or the illness is verified.
A student who does not take a required exam will not
receive credit for the course until the exam is taken.
Any student who is not exempt and misses an exam will
receive an "I" as their exam grade. The "I" can only be
removed when the student takes the exam. The grade will
not be changed to a "0" unless the student physically
sits for the exam and does not correctly answer any test
Teachers and students should meet to work out a time to
make up missed exams. No instructional time may be used
for make up exams. Students are expected to take make up
exams before January 10, 2014. If exams are not taken by
January 10, 2014, the student will be required to sit
for the exam with a grade level administrator.
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is not responsible for the contents of any of these linked sites or any
link contained in a linked site, or any changes or updates to such
sites.These links are offered
to you only as a convenience, and the inclusion of any link does not
imply endorsement of the site by our district.Williamson County Schools in its employment of personnel and in
its educational activities with students does not discriminate on the
basis of race, color, national origin, sex or disabilities.