Prospective Students

Parents: Thank you for your interest in Fairview Middle School. Below is some starter information about Fairview Middle School. Please use those references and this website to familiarize yourself with all the things FMS can offer you and your student(s). If you are ready to enroll your student(s), please fill out the New Registration enrollment packet and drop it off at the front office. You will also need two proofs of residency, a valid driver's license, your student's birth certificate, and an up-to-date immunization record. We look forward to getting to know your family as you join ours!

Students: Welcome! We are really excited to meet you and show you all the cool things you can do here at Fairview Middle School. Take a minute to look over some of things you can expect! If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask! We want to make sure you are comfortable for your first day!






As always, please send any questions or concerns our way at (814) 474-3424. Please also contact us if you would like to schedule a tour of the building. Thank you for your interest in Fairview Middle School!

New Student Mentors

One of the most important duties of a student mentor is to set a positive example for the new FMS students. Mentors are expected to uphold a high standard of academic, social,and personal success and to act as a good role model for the incoming students.Mentors are expected to remain conscious of the support that new students deserve; this could be as simple as a being a friendly face in the crowd.

Fairview Middle School has implemented a program is designed to help new students transition into a new school environment. Student mentors will assist students in becoming familiar with their school, routine, and classmates. The hope is that the Student Mentors will be in place to provide extra support for new students and help make their transition as seamless as possible. The program encourages the mentor to establish a helpful relationship with an incoming student and to aid them in navigating through the challenges associated with assimilating into anew environment.

Mentors serve as a resource for new students, making themselves available to answer questions and offer academic support. Knowing that the cafeteria can be overwhelming, the mentors offer new students a place at their table during lunch. In addition, they are also available for potential new students to “shadow” them for the day.  

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