Five Career and Technical FMHS students officially accepted positions at the 2021 Signing Day, Friday, May 21. Fort Madison High School has had signing ceremonies for those students who go to college to play a sport. Now, for the last two years our Fort Madison High School graduates entering the workforce have been recognized. The following students have been through the CTE (Career and Technical Education) programs at the Fort Madison High School and are now entering the workforce. Owen Kruse accepted a position with Mohrfeld Electric in Fort Madison. Chay Smith and Kyle Knepp were accepted in the CTE
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Fort Madison High School Commencement Ceremony is May 22, 2021 and will be a Ticketed Event Only -there will be no admittance at any time during the ceremony without a ticket. Masks will be optional. Seniors will receive commencement tickets at graduation practice. Each senior
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“Our goal is to prepare students for life; whether that be going off to college or entering the workforce. We want students to go out into the world and live a fulfilled life with purpose and good intention.”
– Greg Smith, High School Principal
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The Fort Madison Community High School is a place where students can express themselves, discover hidden talents, and create everlasting memories. We focus on the uniqueness of each student and believe that being present, showing compassion and building strong relationships, will maximize the success of all students. FMHS provides numerous opportunities for students to prepare for their post high school paths. Whether that be heading off to college or entering into the workforce.