Greater Fairfield Area Schools & Education Facilities
Frontier Community College Fairfield Community High School
The Fairfield community is blessed with wonderful education opportunities for primary, secondary, and higher education needs. Fairfield Community High School recently completed a multi-million dollar construction renovation to provide students with a high-quality education in a great learning environment. There are a total of four local grade schools within Wayne County that feed directly into the high school. Geff School, New Hope School, and Jasper School are K-8 facilities in rural Wayne County settings, while Center Street School is an 4th-8th grade facility within the city limits of Fairfield. Each of these feeder schools provide a quality education and prepare students with the skills needed for continued learning at the high school level. North Side School is a K-3 school within the city limits of Fairfield that feeds students into Center Street School. Frontier Community College is an accredited institution of higher education that enables students to obtain a 2-year Associate Degree in several areas of study. Students can take classes at Frontier Community College and transfer those successful credits to many different Universities. FCC also provides a wide variety of community education classes for people seeking certain skills or knowledge without pursuing a degree.
New Hope School (K-8) Geff Grade School (K-8)
Jasper School (K-8) Center Street School (4th-8th)
North Side Grade School (K-3)
If your schedule does not enable you to take college classes locally at Frontier Community College in Fairfield, or if you are interested in a program of study not offered at FCC, there are a number of online options available from other accredited schools. You can see many of those online options by clicking here.