• Join us and the Fayetteville Police Department in viewing "The Crux" followed by an open discussion about gun violence.

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  • SF imageWe welcome all students, parents and guardians to one of Cumberland County’s prominent high schools, Seventy-First, "Home of the Falcons."  We have a staff of professionals who work collaboratively to provide a positive and productive learning environment. They set high expectations for all students and provide vigorous lessons to help them reach their highest potential.

    Our students are ambitious, enthusiastic and motivated. Through the academic approach, vocational, athletics, and arts opportunities, we challenge them to become winners. Success at our school requires the joint efforts of our students, parents, guardians, staff, and the community. Therefore, we need a collective partnership working together as a team, to accomplish our goal of achieving excellence in our curricular and co-curricular areas. Together, we will prevail. Join us. 

    Committed to preparing our students to conquer the future... unquestionably, Seventy-First.

    Phone: 910-867-3116
    Fax: 910-867-1445

    Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
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    Educational Film on Issues about Gun Violence

    Everyone is invited to preview the film entitled," The Crux" on Thursday, March 23 at 6:00pm in the school auditorium.. The Crux is a powerful short film depicting the life of a family experiencing everyday challenges with potentially serious consequences. After the film, there will be dialogue with members of the Fayetteville Police Department and Seventy-First High School.

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  • Falcon Players Club Presents

    The Falcon Players Theater Club presents  Agatha Christie's "The Case of the Careless Client" on Tuesday, April 4th at 6:30pm in the school  auditorium, under the direction of our talented theater arts teacher Susanah Wagner.

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    Athletic Events for the Week

    Attending high school sporting events teaches us that we can live in different communities, come from diverse backgrounds, faiths and cultures, cheer for different teams, and still have a mutual bond. Let’s make the most of them by attending as many athletic events at the high school in our community as possible.

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