Class of 2017
|Valedictorian: Dalton Cook
Dalton plans to attend the University of Toledo, majoring in mechanical engineering
|Salutatorian: Cristy Gao
Cristy plans to attend The Ohio State University majoring in nursing.
Class of 2017
The graduating Class of 2017 will continue our new tradition. Seniors will be able to select the person who presents their diploma. Faculty and Staff members from the Junior-Senior High School may be requested. If no request is made, the School Board President and Superintendent will present the diploma as has been the practice in the past. Click here to access the required presenter form.
Capture the Moment with a Graduation Diploma Photo
In order to avoid shaky pictures and flashes that don’t work, you can order a picture from a professional photographer of your graduate receiving their diploma:
- These photos will be taken during graduation practice on Tuesday, May 23 and available for purchase online.
- Ordering information will be distributed to students at rehearsal.
- Pictures will be delivered to students at graduation.
Class of 2017 - Graduation Ceremony Information
Below you will find information regarding end of the year senior deadlines and important information and policies regarding the graduation ceremony. Graduation is a memorable and important milestone and the ceremony will reflect that. This is a dignified and respectful event honoring the achievements attained by your graduate. We hope that you enjoy this special day of endings and beginnings for your student!
Open Enrollment for the 2017-2018 School Year
Fostoria City Schools will begin accepting applications for students wishing to enroll in Longfellow Elementary, Riley Elementary, Fostoria Intermediate Elementary School, or Fostoria Junior/Senior High School for the 2017-2018 school year. The Open Enrollment Program is in conjunction with other Ohio districts. Under the adopted guidelines, any student residing in Ohio may apply for an inter-district transfer to Fostoria for his/her education.
Spread the word: Kids eat free this summer!
Again this summer, the Summer Food Service Program is providing children with free, healthy meals, and we need your help spreading the word to families and students. It's easy to participate and no sign up is required. Simply call (866) 3-HUNGRY, visit education.ohio.gov/KidsEat or download the free Ohio Department of Education mobile app for iPhone and Android and check back regularly to find meal times and locations.
We have started adding sites to our online map, and more locations and times will be added soon. Continue to check back in the coming weeks for new locations in your community.
The program ensures children ages 18 and younger continue to receive nutritious meals during the summer break from school, when they do not have access to school breakfasts or lunches. Children with disabilities who are on approved individualized education programs may participate through age 21. The Ohio Department of Education administers the program with funding from the U.S. Department of Education.