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Ann Richards
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Fulton High School2

Knoxville, TN | Knox County

June 18, 2014


Well, I graduated in 1958. It was a GREAT school and many of our Classmates still get together for meals and fellowship. I learned to be respectful of others and to be a good helper of other people. 22 years in the military, 32 years at Lockheed Aircraft, 20 years Civil Air Patrol and running our Senior Center for the last 10 years. As a C.A.P. Commander, many great kids have come from our work. One of them flying 2 Space shuttles. Others Pilots, EMT's etc. We had many successful people in our class.

August 13, 2011


This school is one of the worst high schools academically in the state of Tennessee. Being a Title 1 high priority school it qualifies for students to opt out and to be transported to a school that meets federal guidelines as set by the "Federal No Child Left Behind Act" I would suggest parents of high school students zoned to this school exercise this option. This school will not help your child prepare for college.

Submitted by a parent

February 22, 2011


I have two children that goes to fulton ,right now. there has been talk about year round at fulton and a-e. i have heard alot against it.... and some thats for it. i think it will help the kids education wise, but the thing thats going to hard on familys with younger kids, that get watched by their older siblings, while parents are at work. i am really not for it or against it, iam for whats best for the kids.

Submitted by a parent

February 15, 2011


I am an involved parent, and would love to see more parents involved. There are alot of things that could be more positive if everyone would take an initiative with our children. They didn't ask to be brought into this world we had them it is our responsibility to stay on top of matters to be sure we are doing everything possible to help them succeed, it is not just the teachers responsibility.

Submitted by a parent

February 25, 2010


It's a good school. My daughter has good grades and loves the band. They have won some competetitions and compete with the big dogs.

Submitted by a parent

February 24, 2010


Our child is currently a sophomore there. When we heard about the changes that were coming two years ago we were overwhelmed and worried. We didn't need to be. It's such a practical outlook and plan for education I'm surprised more schools aren't doing the same thing. Fulton has had a dramatic turnaround and continues to improve. We love it!

Submitted by a parent

February 23, 2010


I think Fulton is a neat school with a new idea. There results seem good too. We're so glad to have our student going there.

Submitted by a parent

October 3, 2009


Students were the top priority. Staff was genuinely caring and expected greatness from us.

September 16, 2009


Both of my sons graduated from Fulton. Fulton has dedicated teachers and a great sense of community.

Submitted by a parent

August 8, 2009


Both my children went to Fulton, And my grandson will be there in 3 years. I wouldn't have sent them anywhere else.

Submitted by a parent

May 29, 2009


I believe Fulton is one of the worst schools in our system. The lack of leadership is so obvious and sad for the students. The leaders seem to have their own agenda to make a name for themselves. The students suffer because of the power and ego struggles within. Concerned parent

Submitted by a parent

September 25, 2008


This is probably the worst school in knox county, trust me i would know. I have been going there for 4 years now. The teachers do not care if you pass or fail. All the little thugs there get away with everything. Its so bad that over the summer everyone was sent a letter saying they were welcome to move schools, hah! it's a crappy school and i would never send my kids there!

Submitted by a student

June 19, 2008


I graduated from Fulton in 2007. The teachers, Project GRAD people, and principals were nothing but nice to me. I graduated with a 3.8 GPA and a full ride scholarship to the University of Tennessee. If it wasn't for people like Ms. Tereka Holloway, Mrs. Price, Mrs. Watson, Mrs. West, and head principal Mrs. Hatcher I would not be the successful person I am today. They gave me the guidance to meet my goals and aim higher than I ever thought I could. Fulton is so involved with the community and sports. The football and basketball teams are awesome. The players are legends and many will play professional ball one day. I love Fulton and owe them my future because that's what they gave to me. Wow what a gift!! Thanks and go Falcons!!

Submitted by a student

February 16, 2007


I have three daughters that attend Fulton High School and I have not been impressed with anything the school has to offer or should I say what it does not offer. I especially feel that the counselors and teachers need to step up and get with the program of what they are truly hired to do. I do not recommend this school to any parent thinking about sending their child there.

Submitted by a parent

September 30, 2006


This is a wonderful school that is well mixed racialy and that has made a great impact on my family's lives. They have one of the best football programs in the state of Tennssee and have be sucessfull in that through good morals. The education is amazing and I would never send my child anywhere else. I am firm beleiver that Fulton High School is one of the best schools in Knoxville, if not in the state of Tennessee.

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