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Alumni Spotlight: Lindsey O’Quinn Davis (’13)

As we near our 2018 Fine Arts Nights, we wanted to check in with one of our former art students. Lindsey O’Quinn Davis (’13) was a student in our AP Art classes who now uses her artistic abilities in her career as an interior designer. Here is what Lindsey had to say about FPD’s art […]

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April 10 Lower School Newsletter Available

The April 10 Lower School Newsletter is available online. Lower School Newsletter April 10

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Faculty Spotlight: Mrs. Neyman, FPD Media Specialist

As Summer Reading nears, we wanted to touch base with Mrs. Ruth Neyman, FPD’s Middle School and High School Librarian and Media Specialist. Mrs. Neyman started at FPD ten years ago as an eighth grade English teacher. She has also taught high school English, before stepping into her current role two years ago. What inspired […]

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2018 Summer Camps Now Online

FPD is excited to welcome all our summer campers to over 40 summer camps at the Center for Discovery!

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FPD to Webcast Grandparents’ Day

On Friday, March 23, FPD’s annual Grandparents’ Day Performances will be webcasted via FPD’s Livestream Account.

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March 2018 Elementary Newsletter Now Available

The March 2018 Elementary Newsletter is now available online.

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Faculty Spotlight: Mr. Hopper, High School Latin

Mr. Hopper joined FPD in 2013 and teaches Latin I, Latin II, Latin III Honors, Latin IV Honors, and AP Latin. He is known for a giant, hand-painted mural of the Mediterranean that spans his wall. He also advises FPD’s High School Chess Club, which has done extremely well this year. Most recently the team […]

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Ren Harden Takes On the State Capitol

FPD fifth grader Ren Harden recently spent a day at the Georgia State Capitol serving as a page. He found out it takes a sharp memory and patience to serve our Representatives.

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AP Courses, Dual Enrollment, Dual Credit – What is the Difference

FPD offers multiple ways for students to earn college credit in high school, from AP courses to Dual Enrollment and Dual Credit. With so many options can come questions. What courses are best? What is the difference? Which ones should I take?

The answer depends on the student and the college they ultimately attend. Here is a review of the three options.

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STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: Garrett West (’18) nominated for Golden Eagle and Dooley Award

The FPD experience has been a journey that has honestly changed my life.

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