Igniting Learning. Impacting Communities. Inventing Our Tomorrows.

 
The mission of Farmington Area Public Schools, the center of innovation and the cultivation of ideas, is to ensure that each student reaches his or her highest aspirations while embracing responsibility to community through a system distinguished by:

  • Supporting individuality while understanding our interdependence
  • Developing wisdom and integrity of each individual
  • Nurturing the will to succeed in each student
  • Personalized learning environments
  • Deep community collaboration

Recent News

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FHS student receives national recognition for creative writing
04/20/2017
We are pleased to announce that Sidney Wollmuth, a junior at Farmington High School, has earned a National Medal in the 2017 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, presented by the Alliance for Young Artists & Writers. Sidney’s work was selected by creative professionals as among the most accomplished in the nation. This year, more than 330,000 works of art and writing were submitted. Less than 1% were recognized at the national level.…
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FHS Hosts Middle School Band Festival
04/18/2017
On Thursday, April 13, students from 13 different schools descended upon FHS for their 1st Annual Middle School Band Festival. Bands traveled from nearby districts like Lakeville and Northfield, as well as more distant communities like Kasson-Mantorville and Austin. This unique opportunity afforded middle school ensembles an opportunity to perform for their peers in the FHS Recital Hall, as well as spend time working with musical adjudicators.
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Kohorst Named AFA Teacher of the Year
04/12/2017
Todd Kohorst, a Science Teacher at Boeckman Middle School, has been named the Minnesota State Teacher of the Year by the Air Force Association (AFA). The stated purpose of the AFA Teacher of the Year program is "to recognize classroom teachers at the state level for their accomplishments and achievements in exciting K-12 students about science and math (STEM) and preparing them to use and contribute to tomorrow’s technologies." Kohorst has brought a great deal of excitement to his classroom.
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