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“At Fair Street, we equip, educate, and empower lifelong learners to become productive, global citizens. ”
At Fair Street we value and celebrate the following concepts:
We seek to produce students who are global and digital citizens; focused and grounded in the community and 21st century skills.
Units are designed to promote higher-order and critical thinking skills and offer a variety of assessment options. Each unit contains an application of the standards in solving or examining a real-world problem or issue.
Fair Street offers both World Language Instruction in Spanish, as well as an Experience Program in other world languages, technology integration, opportunities for blended learning, and an explicit focus on internationalism.
Family and community programs, such as Harvest Festivals Around the World, and International Dinner offer opportunities to celebrate the global perspectives of Fair Street School.
FSS Who We Are
AdvancED Parent Survey
Title I Feedback Form
The Tiger Roar Video
FSS R.O.A.R. Motto
I respect myself and others.
I am responsible for my actions.
I treat others as I like to be treated.
I work hard to achieve my goals.
2017 RAMP School
Congratulations to Fair Street International Academy as a 2017 RAMP School recognized by the American School Counselor Association (ASCA). The RAMP (Recognized ASCA Model Program) designation recognizes schools that are committed to delivering a comprehensive, data-driven school counseling program and an exemplary educational environment by aligning their programs with the criteria in the ASCA National Model.
Gainesville City School System:
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Fair Street Events Calendar
There are many exciting events going on at Fair Street International Academy throughout the school year!
To view the list of events at Fair Street, please click HERE.
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