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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Farmington Students at MN All-State Band Concert
02/21/2017
Two FHS band students recently gave the performance of a lifetime - they performed in Orchestra Hall as members of the Minnesota All-State Band. This is the highest honor bestowed upon high school music students in the state, and Farmington was represented this year by seniors Taylor Julson (flute) and Lucas Toutge (trombone).
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Three Farmington Alumi to Sing with The Concordia Choir in their Hometown
02/17/2017
Just a few short years ago Ali Carlson, Landon Franke, and Kelsey Lindell were making amazing music with the choir at Farmington High School under the direction of conductor Megan Dimich. Now the three are attending Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota – Dimich’s alma mater – and singing in the very same choir that led Dimich to become a high school conductor. Carlson, Frank and Lindell and The Concordia Choir will be taking the stage at 7:00 p.m. Feb. 25th at Farmington High School in the Recital Hall. Concordia’s choir will be sharing that stage with the Farmington High School Concert Choir under the direction of Megan Dimich.
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Farmington’s Science Olympiad Team Qualifies for State Tournament!
02/14/2017
For the first time in school history, Farmington's Science Olympiad Team has qualified for the State Tournament! Special congratulations to Cole Stansbury, who finished 4th in the Electric Vehicle event, and Hailey Karnowski and Morgan Weberg, for finished 3rd in the Write It/Do It event. Other team members include Angelina Lind, Daniel Roegiers, Margaret Spannbauer, and Logan Spano. Best of luck at in the State Tournament!
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