On behalf of the Findlay High School students and staff, welcome to the Findlay High School website. Findlay High School has a tradition of excellence in academics, athletics, arts, music, and leadership. We also continue to embrace the Seven Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey and encourage our students to live these habits on a daily basis. We truly believe in Excellence-Opportunity-
At Findlay High School we are proud of the many accomplishments of our students and staff. We encourage you to get involved and stay connected. #TrojanTrue!
When CALLING in your STUDENT’S ABSENCE please be sure to do one of the following and send written documentation to Findlay High School within 2 days of the student’s return.
- Call 1-844-305-3755 or;
- Download (schoolmessenger) at the App.store from your mobile device or;
- Call 419-425-8289 PRESS 1 FOR ATTENDANCE: If your students Last Name starts with
A-Go dial 1
Gr-O dial 2
P-Z dial 3
- Email FHSattendance@fcs.org
Regular School Hours: 7:30am-2:40pm
Wednesday School Hours: 8:00am-2:40pm
Parent / Teacher Conferences:
Parents, please contact FHS at 419-427-5412 for appointments. Conferences begin at 3:30 and go until 7:30. There will be no conferences scheduled from 5:30 to 6:30 for a dinner break
2022-2023 Parent / Teacher Conference Schedule
- Thursday, September 22, 2022
- Thursday, December 1, 2022
- Thursday, February 9, 2023
- Thursday, April 27, 2023
Parent Helpline Resource:
The Parent Helpline Provides Support, Resources For Teen Substance Abuse – When parents find out their teen is abusing drugs or alcohol, the family’s immediate focus is generally on getting help for the teen. But parents are often in great need of help themselves. They may need advice on what to say to their teen, how to evaluate whether he or she needs professional treatment and where to find the appropriate substance abuse treatment program if one is needed. A new toll-free telephone helpline is providing that assistance. The Parents Toll-Free Helpline, 1-855-DRUGFREE (1-855-378-4373), is staffed by clinical social workers with practical experience in substance abuse prevention and treatment. The helpline, launched by The Partnership at Drugfree.org, began taking calls in April 2011 and also offers bilingual support (English/Spanish).