In times of emergency , check the School System Web site for up-to-date-information. Click the link to go to www.stpsb.org


FISH PHILOSOPHY:  Be There, Choose Your Attitude, Make Their Day, Play

MISSION STATEMENT: The ultimate mission of Fontainebleau is to provide our students with the ability and tools necessary to function successfully in an advancing society.


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FHS is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools CEEB# 191659




Uniform Policy PowerPoint

Uniform Policy

Prior to the first Thursday in March (3/5/15)
        Parents/guardians of eligible enrolled students shall be mailed a description of the proposed uniform, a survey on school letterhead
and a self-addressed stamped envelope.
        Parents/guardians will receive a survey ballot for each eligible child currently attending the school.
        Eligible feeder school parents/guardians will receive all notifications at the same time.

Third Thursday in March (3/19/15
        Surveys must be returned by a parent or postmarked by 3/19/15 to the school. The school’s survey timeline must not be extended.

Prior to the second Thursday in April (4/9/15)

        The School Uniform Committee will verify the tabulated results and send them to the office of the Superintendent.

Second Thursday in April (4/9/15)

          A parental vote representing a simple majority (fifty percent plus one) of the valid returned surveys must be in favor of implementing
a Mandatory School Uniform Program for students in order for the school to adopt uniforms.




Math textbook adoption is taking place if you would like to review the possible textbook, please contact Chris Nelson at 985-892-7112.


SPRING WRITING MARATHON will be held on Thursday, March 19th.  Applications are available from all English teachers as well as outside room 602.  Applications are due by Friday, March 6.  If you love to write, this is the field trip for you!  For more information, ask your English teacher or see Ms. Steigman's webpage.

SENIOR TRIP: March 6-10--Leaving on the 6th and returning on the 10th.

SENIORS WHO ARE GOING ON SENIOR TRIP:  There has been a change in bus check in times.  Bus 1 will check in at 5:30, Bus 2 will check in at 6:00, and Bus 3 will check in at 6:30.  Buses will be loaded and leave at 7:30.  Please be on time as we have a busy schedule to follow.  If you have any questions, please see Ms. Fussell, Mrs. Mardis or Mr. Delouche.

NATIONAL ART HONOR SOCIETY will meet Tuesday, March 3 from 2:40-4:00. 

GSA will meet on the following Thursday afternoons:  February 26, March 12, March 19, April 16, April 30, May 14.

DANCE TEAM TRYOUTS are March 17, 18 and 19.  See Ms. Bird in room 407 for information.

BULLDOG BUDDIES:  If you are eligible to work Special Olympics - please pick up a permission slip from 901 and return no later than Friday, February 27.  FIRM DEADLINE.  Eligible members cannot have more than 2 unexcused absences from meetings or events.

AP EXAMS:  Any student wishing to take an AP exam must sign up and pay the $91 fees to their teacher by March 13th.  If you are not currently in an Advanced Placement class but want to take an exam, please see Ms. Jackson in the Counseling Office.

CHEERLEADERS: Cheerleader Try-out packets for the 2015-16 school year are available in room # 301, please see Ms. Sharp.
Try-out date is Saturday March 21st.

AP EXAMS:  Any student wishing to take an AP exam must sign up and pay the $91 fees to their teacher by March 13th.  If you are not currently in an Advanced Placement class but want to take an exam, please see Ms. Jackson in the Counseling Office.

SENIORS:  It is time to submit class song, motto, color, and flower.   Song and motto submissions must be school appropriate, no rap songs, and there cannot be an explicit version.  All song submissions must be submitted with lyrics.  Color and flower submissions must have an explanation of what it is symbolic of.  All entries can be turned in to Ms. Fussell in room 712, Mrs. Mardis in room 404, or Mr. Delouche in room  226.  The last day for submissions is Friday, February 27.

INTERNSHIP PROGRAM: The Louisiana Bar Association is sponsoring a summer 3-wek internship program June 15-26 and July 6-10 at the Bar Center in New Orleans  Students who complete the program will be eligible for a stipend up to $250.  Interested students should contact Tricia R. Pierre at diversity@lsba.org for more information.  There is an online application at http://www.lsba.org/Public/SoYouWantToBeLawyer.aspx.  All applications must be received or postmarked by April 13, 2015.

ENGINEERING: Interested in enrolling in either of the Two Engineering courses that will be offered next year: Introduction to Engineering for 9th and 10th grade or Principles of Engineering for 10th and 11th grade. To receive your application, you must submit a signed cover sheet to Ms. Hoffman by Friday, February 13th. The completed application must be received no later than Friday, February 27th. If you have any questions, see Ms. Hoffman in Room 426.

During the spring semester  two new dual enrollment college courses will be offered:

Communication 211 – Introduction to Public Speaking and

Music 151 – Introduction to Music.

Any 10th, 11th, or 12th grade student interested in taking one of these courses should see the following teachers

Comm 211 – Ms. Parker

Music 151 – Mr. Hicks.

DMV ATTENDANCE FORM:  The DMV Attendance Form is required for a permit as well as the driver's license.  The form will be ready 24 hours after it is requested in the front office and is valid for 90 days.

Teacher Tutoring Schedules         Summer Reading Lists

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Louisiana's Best Public High Schools by Size


Beyond breaking down the best public high schools on an overall basis, we also thought it would be interesting to look at the best-rated schools on a "size" basis. The following table shows just that and divides the schools up into three separate categories.











Fontainebleau High School
100 Bulldog Drive
Mandeville, Louisiana 70471
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