Fannin County High School
Fannin County High School, located in Blue Ridge, Georgia, was established in 1976. As one of only 8 high schools in the state, FCHS was awarded the 2011 Platinum Award from the Georgia Governor's Office of Student Achivement.
Students attending FCHS can take a variety of courses in academics, CTAE (Career, Technical, and Agricultural Education), and the arts. Heralded by The Washington Post, FCHS is in the top 9% of all high schools in the nation based on Advanced Placement courses and exams.