• We Are Fairview Middle School

    Fairview Middle School is part of the Williamson County School District in Middle Tennessee and is located approximately 30 minutes west of Nashville, TNFMS houses grades 6 through 8 and provides a safe and excellent learning environment.

  • The History of FMS

    Fairview Middle School is located on a beautiful ten-acre tract of land on the western edge of the city of Fairview, Tennessee and is part of the Williamson County School District. The current enrollment is around 550 for grades six through eight. FMS opened in 1981 located in the old high school building on Fairview Blvd. (HWY100) – now the Community Recreation Center. Sixth graders joined the school in the second semester of the 1981-82 school year when the high school moved into its new building. Construction was complete on the current facility in 1988, and a classroom addition was completed in 2009.

  • Who We Are

    We are the proud. We are the strong. We are the Fairview Middle Falcons! 

    Interim Principal: Dr. Marilyn Webb
    Assistant Principal: Alicia Mangrum and Trey Winstead

    Colors: Red & Black
    Mascot: Falcons
    Enrollment: Around 550
    Established: 1981

    Fairview Middle School serves grades 6th – 8th in western Williamson County.  Our community school family includes Fairview ElementaryWestwood Elementary, and Fairview High.

A falcon mascot stands in front of Fairview Middle School
  • Fairview Middle School’s Vision Statement

    Fairview Middle School challenges and empowers all students to be lifelong learners and successful leaders.


    Fairview Middle Mission Statement

    • Fairview Middle School will provide a safe and supportive learning environment facilitated by a compassionate and engaging staff.
    • Fairview Middle School will promote rigorous learning opportunities in a collaborative culture where students advocate for their own learning.
    • Fairview Middle School will produce students who accept challenges and grow as productive representatives in partnership with the community.
  • FMS Bell Schedules

    The following are the most commonly used schedules at Fairview Middle School. 

Regular Schedule

  • Late Starts

    On late start days, students can come to school 45-minute late. This will take place almost one day per week (a few weeks will be excluded because of vacation periods) for approximately 24 weeks during the school year. All district middle and high schools will be required to add seven extra minutes each day to implement the late start schedule. During this time, faculty and staff participate in Professional Learning sharing expertise and working together to improve teaching skills and the academic performance of students.

    Buses operate on the regular schedule on these days. Students who arrive at the regular time will be given the opportunity to choose from several supervised activities until the school day begins.

    More information and a list of late start dates for the 2023-2024 school year can be found here.  

Late Start Schedule