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Fox Creek Receives The Golden Harvest Food Bank’s Spooky To Be Hungry


Fox Creek High School was the first place winner of Golden Harvest Food Bank’s Spooky To Be Hungry High School. This is one of the many volunteer opportunities that the Interact Club participated in annually. Fox Creek students, staffulty, and parents donated more than 2,400 pounds of food! They donated more food than any other high school in Aiken and Edgefield Counties! We are so thankful that our students, staffulty, and parents have such a generous heart for those in need! Left to right: Melodie Still, Interact Club Co-Sponsor; Doris Gonzalez, Interact Club Co-Sponsor; and Melissa Brown, Golden Harvest Food Bank


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FCHS Mission Statement

Our mission at Fox Creek High School is to graduate students who will have a positive impact on their community. Our goal is to create an interconnected learning environment that combines a demanding college-preparatory education with the many resources of the CSRA. This environment includes the government, performing arts, industry, the medical community, and sports. We accomplish our goal by establishing academic excellence, providing a moral focus, and obtaining parental involvement. 

 

FCHS Vision Statement

Fox Creek High School will be a major provider of secondary education in Edgefield. As an educational institution responsible for the total development of students, our goal is to enable students to become totally, seamlessly integrated with the local, national, and global community. Challenges of rapid global transformation mandate that the students of Fox Creek High School be equipped with knowledge, insight, and flexibility. Fox Creek High School understands this challenge and strives to empower the whole student to experience present and future success, and to beneficially impact the changing world. 

Fox Creek High School is a member of the South Carolina Public Charter School District. 

Fox Creek High School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, religion, or immigrant status in its programs and activities and provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups. The following persons have been designated to handle the nondiscrimination policies: For questions pertaining to Section 504 contact the Director of Student Services, questions pertaining to Title IX contact the Principal of the school at 165 Shortcut Rd. North Augusta, SC 29860, (803) 613-9435