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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Why do we have Flexible Learning Days?
01/17/2017
Why do we have Flexible Learning Days? Listen to Farmington High School Principal Jason Berg talk about it on WCCO Radio or watch the feature on KSTP.
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FHS Concert Choir to Perform with The Concordia Choir
01/16/2017
The recording “Life and Breath: Choral Works by René Clausen” received the GRAMMY for Best Choral Performance recently. Now, Clausen will bring The Concordia Choir from Moorhead, Minn., to perform in Farmington, Minn. at 7:00 p.m. Saturday, February 25, 2017 at the Farmington High School Recital Hall, 20655 Flagstaff Ave. The concert stage will be shared with the Farmington High School Concert Choir under the direction of Megan Dimich. Tickets are available online at ConcordiaTickets.com, by calling (800) 838-3006 or at the door.
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FHS Band students working with college faculty
01/16/2017
Last Tuesday, members of the Farmington High School Band program were treated to a performance and musical clinic by Dr. Paul Budde, Assistant Professor of Music Education from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls. Budde critiqued the bands, performed a tuba solo for the ensembles, and led an hour-long low brass sectional. Budde’s visit was not an anomaly, however…
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