Student Activities

  • Stu Gov Activity Directors
    Clif Castro
    Matt Mills






  • March CASSPP Testing Schedule

    **Only for 11th and some 12th graders

    CASSPP Testing begins on March 6, 2023 and runs through March 23, 2023.

    For full details, follow the link to the Testing Calendar

    Bell Schedule March 13 - March 24


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  • Spring Play

    Purchase Tickets Here

    or use the QR code below   

    Puffs Tickets


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    Current Sutter Middle/Folsom Middle School Families: Click Here

    NEW STUDENTS- Non-FCUSD Students (Currently live in FHS boundaries): Click Here

    **ITP (Interdistrict Transfer) students will tentatively be notified around March 17th with details about next steps for registration. 


    **New Student Enrollment for the Current school year 2022-2023- Click Here


    Transcript Requests

    Do you need a copy of your transcript?

    Please refer to the Counseling webpage

    for the transcript ordering process:



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  • How to seek Mental Health Support

    Mental Health Support-


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  • Health Office

    Visit our Health Office Page for medication forms, immunization information and Frontline Health Portal instructions. 


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  • WeTip

    To report suspicious or illegal activity, please contact

    Folsom Police at 916-355-7231


    WeTip at 1-800-78-CRIME



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  • Work Permit
    Work Permit Procedure

    Please complete the following steps:

    1. Click on the link to obtain a work permit application form:  Work Permit Request Form
    2. Student completes the "Minor's Information" and "School Information".
    3. Employer completes information regarding employment.
    4. Parent or legal guardian must sign.
    5. Student returns completed permit application to FHS for issuance of the work permit.
    6. FHS issues work permit and student is required to sign to accept permit.
    7. Student provides employer with work permit. 

    Please note: Students must have excellent attendance, maintain a 2.0 GPA and satisfactory citizenship to be issued a work permit. Students with poor citizenship and GPA may have their work permit revoked.

    You can turn in person to Mrs. Cederstrom in the Counseling office or email it to

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