Our Mission Statement: The staff of False River Academy is devoted to providing all student curricular experiences that are academically challenging and personally enriching, thereby enabling students to continue in their personal growth and self-improvement.

Requirements for Advanced Math: Dual Enrollment for College Algebra

1) Students must have a minimum Composite ACT or Composite PLAN score of 18.

2) Students must have a minimum Math ACT or Math PLAN score of 19.

3) Students must have a minimum high school GPA of 2.0.

4) Extra cost of $300 per DE course. 

If a parent or student has questions regarding dual enrollment classes, please email Cheri Major: cheri.major@falseriveracademy.org

Cheer Squads Return from Camp Highly Decorated

CheerCampThe False River Academy Varsity and Junior Varsity Cheerleaders began their summer attending Universal Cheerleaders Association camp June 6-9, 2014, in Panama City Beach, Florida. The squads competed against a total of 25 other teams at the camp and took home many awards.

The two squads combined won the coveted "Top Banana" award on their first night at camp. The UCA staff awards the giant inflatable banana to the squad who shows spirit, is on time, has a positive attitude, and sets an example. Both squads also received Spirit Sticks every night and Superior Ribbons for the week.

The Varsity squad won a Superior Team Award, of which only five were given. They a...

Middle School Football

All boys interested in playing middle school football need to come into the high school office and sign up. Practice will start very soon.

Opening Day Letters

Grades 1-4 Opening Day Letter           Grades 5-8 Opening Day Letter

The 2014-2015 FRA Student Handbook is now available on the Handbook & Calendar page.

FRA Students Receive High Scores on Advanced-Placement Tests

AP courses are college-level classes students can take while still in high school. They offer students challenging course work and a preview of what college is like. FRA has made great strides in building and promoting their AP program by sending teachers to summer institutes and recruiting more students to take their rigorous AP classes. AP Exams are national tests given after the student's completion of a college-level AP course. One great benefit of taking AP Exams is the opportunity to earn college credit and placement. Most colleges and universities in the United States grant credit and placement for qualifying AP scores. AP scores range from 1 to 5. Generally, a score of 3 or above is considered passing and qualifies the student for college credit in the appropria...

Important Uniform Information

School uniforms may be purchased at Keys & Company located at 1111 Hospital Road in New Roads. They will have the correct uniforms.

Boys uniforms pants are Chaps or Dickies!  Boys must be clean shaven and hair cut in accordance with the handbook.

Girls uniforms no more than 3 inches above the knee and earrings and hair color in accordance with the handbook.

Summer Information and 2014-15 Calendar

Supply lists and summer assignments information for math and reading, are available. The FRA 2014-15 calendar has been posted in two formats and have recently been updated to be sure to check out the changes that have been made.

Booster Club Lottery

Weekly winners of the FRA Booster Club lottery will be posted below, so be sure to check back each week!

July: Douglas Theriot, Johnny Sonnier, Dr. Fulmer

June: John Rabalais, John Webre, Russ Desselle, Mike Dunham

May winners: Steve Berry, Shane Pickett, Lisa James, Mark Allement, Walter Grezaffi

April winner - Chad Peavy

March winners - Frank Vendt, Arnold Hess

February winners - Chris Guerin, Clayton Hurdle

Week 1 winner - Ronald Beauvais

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