Fruitdale High School

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Fruitdale High School
Fruitdale Hall (Main Building)
Ray Coaker Highway
Fruitdale, Alabama, 36539
United States
School type Public High School
School district Washington County School District
Principal Curt Stagner
Grades K-12
Gender Co-Ed
Number of students 500+
Average class size ~35-40
Color(s) Purple and Black        
Slogan "Preparing for school, for the community, and for the world"
Athletics Baseball, Basketball, Football, Softball, Volleyball
Athletics conference AHSAA, Class 1A Region 1
Mascot Pirates
Rival Millry High School
Accreditation 2002
Newspaper The Pirate Press

Fruitdale High School (FHS), is a small 1A high school in Fruitdale, Alabama. The school teaches grades K-12. The school's colors are purple and black. The school mascot is the pirate. The school is a part of the public school system in Washington County, Alabama. And it is great.


Fruitdale High School is located roughly 60 miles north of Mobile, Alabama, and is 5 miles east of State Line, Mississippi.

Notable Alumni[edit]

Shawna Thompson - Member of Thompson Square, a Nashville-based award winning country music duo

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Coordinates: 31°20′39″N 88°24′20″W / 31.34407°N 88.40562°W / 31.34407; -88.40562