Fayette Academy




Our Scholastic Book Fair is a reading event that brings kids the books they want to read. We’ll receive a wonderful selection of engaging and affordable books for every reading level, and all purchases benefit our school!
Reading for pleasure inside and outside of school has real and long-lasting benefits. Please come to our book fair and help shape your child’s reading habits.
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Online Shopping Available starting Oct. 1st, Preview Days Oct. 10th – 15th and Onsite Bookfair Opens Oct. 15th.


Cafeteria Employee
Fayette Academy is seeking support team members with food preparation and service experience, which includes assisting with cleaning all kitchen areas. Candidates must be able to lift and/or move up to 25 lbs as well as meet the physical demands of standing, bending, carrying and operating equipment. Basic math and computer skills are necessary for cashier duties.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to safeguarding cash, student rosters and ID numbers, computer data, and reconciling cash daily. Candidate must also submit a background check to be eligible for hire. Employment applications may be picked up from the front office or can be downloaded from the Fayette Academy website here.

voltenVolunteer Tennessee is intended to provide recognition for K-12 schools (both private and public) engaged in volunteerism and service. The seal of approval program provides an opportunity for schools to be recognized for outstanding work in the area of service, service-learning, and volunteerism. This program is supported by Volunteer Tennessee, the state service commission, and provides an opportunity for schools to be recognized for outstanding work in the area of service, service-learning, & volunteerism. The schools receiving recognition are Dickson County High School, Fayette Academy, Ivy Academy of Chattanooga, Union Elementary STEM and the University School of Nashville.

PIP-Seal-Orange-2018-2019 Fayette Academy has achieved Partner in Prevention status, a designation awarded by the nonprofit Darkness to Light organization. In order to earn this recognization, schools must take extra steps to protect the children they serve by training staff to understand the issue of child sexual abuse, identify unsafe situations and practices, and react responsibly in the best interest of the student.