Fort White
High School



Welcome to

Fort White High School

There are no early dismissals after 3:00pm.


  • Prom is Saturday, April 23 at the Alachua Womens Center.
  • Senior Awards, May 16 @ 7:00
  • Last Day -  Tuesday, May 17th.
  • Baccalaureate - Thursday, June 2nd at Christ Central Ministries
  • Graduation -  Friday, June 3rd at 7:00 PM at Arrowhead Stadium.


Athletes, try outs for cheerleading will begin on April 4th and  Spring training for football will begin soon. Please ensure that your physical forms are up to date so as not to interrupt your practice and training time. You can come by the the athletics office before class each morning, or with a pass from your teacher to check your physical expiration date. Remember, you can NOT practice without a current physical.

 Yearbooks can be pre-purchased at this time.   You can print an order form by clicking here .


Yearbooks are now $75.


 *NEW* 2016 Prom and Graduation pictures will be available digitially throughout the yearbook, accessible through your smart phone.

For safety, student parking is by permit only and is closely monitored. Students are required to purchase a parking permit, if not, they will be warned. After being warned, students will received a monetary fine.

In order to purchase a parking permit, students will need to see Mrs. Avery in the Athletics office.


Required to Purchase a Parking Permit:

  • $30.00 cash or check made out to FWHS.
  • A notarized Random Drug Testing consent form
  • Student`s Driver License
  • Current Registration
  • Current Vehicle Insurance Card


Parents must be school board approved as a volunteer before participating in all activities, including field trips. New volunteer forms must be submitted every year.


You can submit them to the Fort White High School office or you can expedite your form by faxing it to Dorothy Spradley at the Columbia County School Board office at 758-4965. You may print the volunteer form by clicking on Printable Volunteer Application to the right, or you may pick one up at the middle or high school office.




Mission Statement:

 It is our mission at Fort White High School to create a rich learning environment which will challenge students analytically and provide them with opportunities for full academic and personal development as life long learners.


Vision Statement:

"Linking today`s challegenes with tomorrow`s successes."  Fort White High School will provide a safe, positive, and challenging environment with an unequaled  commitment to preparing today`s students for a successful future.



Reporting Educator Misconduct Information


The Columbia County School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, age disability or marital status in its educational programs, services or activities, or in its hiring or employment practices. The district also provides equal access to its facilities to the Boy Scouts and other patriotic youth groups, as required by the Boy Scouts of America Equal Access Act.

Questions, complaints, or requests for additional information regarding discrimination or harassment may be sent to:

Narragansett M. Smith

Columbia County School District

Equity Officer

(386) 755-8015

Fort White High School

Address - 17828 SW State Road 47 Fort White, FL 32038 - Phone (386) 497-5952 - Fax (386) 497-5951