Size:                  1,588 students in grades 9-12
Senior Class:      390 students
Staff:                 130 faculty members
Accreditation:    New York State Board of Regents

At F-M High School, students are challenged to pursue their talents and to reach their potential. They are supported by a staff that encourages learners to engage in comprehensive, intensive academic programs, as they also develop and expand their expertise in a variety of interest areas.

The high school program is organized by subject area, with a wide range of elective courses. The focus is on preparation for higher education, with opportunities for career exploration. For a listing of our department websites click here.

Technology application, alternative education, interdisciplinary courses, Advanced Placement classes, art and music programs, co-curricular and interscholastic activities, and athletics all combine to provide a sophisticated range of program options.
The Fayetteville-Manlius School District is a member of the New York State Public High School Athletic Association, competing as a Class "AA" school in Section III.
For more information on our program click here to visit the Athletics Department website.

An outstanding array of over 50 clubs and activities are active at the high school that appeal to a wide range of interests. 

                                                                  Special Academic Programs

Advanced Placement
Art, Biology, Calculus, Chemistry, Comparative Government and Politics, Computer Science, English Literature and Composition, French, German, Latin: Vergil, Music Theory, Spanish, Physics, History, World History

College Level Courses
Syracuse University Project Advance
Calculus, Introduction to Computing C++,  Economics, English, Psychology, Public Affairs, Sociology, Statistics

SUNY Oswego
French, German

SUNY Environmental Science and Forestry
Global Environment

Onondaga Community College
Contemporary Business Issues

Honors Courses
English, Social Studes, Math, Science, LOTE (Laguages Other Than English)

Accelerated Courses (credit bearing eighth-grade courses)
Math, Science, LOTE, Art, Music

Interdisciplinary Honors (grades 9 and 10)
An integrated English and Social Studies curriculum in which students associate and apply the concepts and skills that are inherent to both disciplines.

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