High School is committed to keeping parents and students connected with the latest resources and information needed to support education and lifelong success. Information and forms are provided to help parents and students locate information with easy access. Visit our resource pages or contact our front office at (615) 472-4400 if you are unable to find what you need.
Easy access to forms, online payments, and quick links can be found in Family Resources.
Bullying stops here! Our Anti-bullying initiative is a way to keep students protected from harm to their bodies and minds.
The Parent Teacher Organization helps fund programs, staff needs and more for our school. We love our PTO!
Whether you have been part of our family, or are new to Fairview High School, below are lists of resources for both students and parents to utilize. If you cannot find what you need, please contact us for assistance.
Williamson County Schools requires that all new drivers attend and complete the CheckPoints Driving course prior to driving on campus. The purpose of this course is to inform parents/students of ways to prevent distracting behaviors while driving and reduce the risk of accidents. If you have any questions, please contact the Assistant Principal Chris Butler.
Student Support Services- Each year, thousands of Williamson County children are evaluated to determine if they have a disability. The process, which is called Child Find, is a component of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. Child Find uses screening to find students in both public schools and private schools located in the geographic region, who may need special education services and support.