Fruitdale High School

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Fruitdale High School
Fruitdale Hall (Main Building)
PO Box 448
Fruitdale, Alabama 36539
United States
School type Public High School
School board Washington County School Board of Education
School district Washington County School District
Superintendent John Dickey
Principal Curt Stagner
Grades K-12
Gender Co-Ed
Number of students 500+
Average class size ~35-40
Color(s) Purple and White        
Slogan "Preparing for school, for the community, and for the world"
Athletics Baseball, Basketball, Football, Softball, Volleyball, Cheerleading, Marching Band, Concert Band
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 white.. The school mascot is the pirate. The school is a part of the public school system in Washington County, Alabama.


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

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