Preparation for College & Beyond

Our high school offers an academically challenging curriculum underpinned by sound biblical principles so students are prepared academically, emotionally, spiritually, and mentally for any opportunities and challenges they face. While high school may be the final step in a student’s academic experience at FPD, we know that it is not the final chapter in their journey. When FPD students graduate, they are prepared to attend some of our nation’s finest colleges and universities, serve as leaders in their communities, and share God's love wherever they venture.

1-to-1 Technology Program

In 2013, FPD implemented the 1-to-1 Initiative with each student in fifth through twelfth grade receiving a school-issued tablet pc on which to complete his or her assignments. Since students and teachers operate from the same devices, classes can collaborate effectively and use the devices for further study and research.

1-to-1 Technology

Courses and Curriculum

FPD’s high school offers two tracks for students – a college-preparatory track or an honors track. Both prepare students to excel in college with the tools and skills needed to perform well in college courses. The honors track offers additional honors and AP classes. Students are encouraged to speak with the high school principal and college counselor if they have questions about course options.

Learn more about the difference between dual enrollment & AP courses.

Curriculum Guide

College Admission Navigation

The College Counseling Department at First Presbyterian Day School focuses on every student individually. They assist in finding a good fit between each student’s academic and personal interests as they explore college options.

College Counseling Department

Graduate Profile

Who is an FPD Graduate

FPD’s graduate profile provides a glimpse of the skill sets, understanding, and aptitudes that characterize a graduate of FPD.

Profile of a Graduate

High School Athletics & Fine Arts

High School Sports

High school students can choose from an array of athletic teams to improve their athletic skills and talents under the guidance of godly coaches.

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High School Fine Arts

High school students have multiple opportunities to grow their talents in band, chorus, art, dance, theatre, and technical theatre.

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Clubs & Service Leadership Opportunities

Service Leadership

FPD’s service initiatives focus on helping students see how they can use their G0d-given gifts and abilities to help distressed populations and grow as leaders.

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High School Clubs

High school students have multiple opportunities to grow their talents in band, chorus, art, dance, theatre, and technical theatre.

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My FPD Story

Upper School Office

Matt Kitchell

High School Principal

Molly Pearson

Middle School Principal

Brad Thompson

Director of College Counseling

Liz Causey

High School Receptionist

Nora Veazey

Upper School Assistant

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