Home of the Highlanders

About

Mission: “Every student successfully completes high school.”

Vision: “Floyd Central High School provides a learning environment that prepares students to contribute as citizens of a diverse society; pursue post-secondary education and training; compete globally for jobs.”

Floyd Central High School is a part of the New Albany-Floyd County School Corporation which serves nearly 11,000 students in Floyd County, Indiana. FCHS opened in the fall of 1967 and has nearly doubled its enrollment since that time. It replaced the historic Georgetown School, which served grades 1-12.

The New Albany-Floyd County School Corporation comprises the twelfth largest school district in the state. Currently, the Floyd Central campus is a 97.25-acre complex that includes outdoor athletic fields and a planetarium, tennis courts, both an indoor and outdoor track, weight room facility, an auditorium and small theatre and up-to-date classrooms.

In 2020, Floyd Central Early College High School was established through a partnership with Ivy Tech Community College. The New Albany Floyd county School District adopted a school-within-a-school model at Floyd Central High School. This model enables the district to operate two schools within the same building: a traditional high school and an early college high school. Students enrolled in FC Early College have the opportunity to earn an Associate’s degree or College Ready Core (CRC) from Ivy Tech CC as they achieve a Core 40 diploma, Core 40 with Academic Honors (AHD), or a Core 40 with Technical Honors (THD) from FCHS.

School Mascot

FCHS logo

Fight Song

On Floyd Central, race to the goal

On Floyd Central, show your control

On Floyd Central, bring us success

On big green and gold machine

We all know what victory means,

Bring us victory!

For our school we proudly will stand

FCHS is in command

And we will back our team in winning this game

Green and gold come out on top

Our team won’t stop

Highlanders-that’s our name!

Accreditation

Floyd Central has a first class commission from the Indiana Department of Public Instruction and is a member of the AdvancED, a voluntary regional accreditation organization.

Recognitions and Accomplishments

Floyd Central Awards and Honors – 2021

  • Sports
    • Sectional Champions:
      • Girls Soccer
      • Girls CC
      • Boys Tennis
      • Girls Golf
      • Wrestling
      • Girls Swimming
      • Boys swimming
      • Girls track
      • Girls Tennis
    • Regional champs
      • Boys CC
      • Girls CC
      • Wrestling
      • Girls tennis
    • Semi-State Champions
    • State qualifiers:
      • Wrestling:  Gavinn Alstott, Hunter May (4th), J. Conway (Champion), Bray Emerine, Codie Khawaja
      • 13th in the state in wrestling
      • Boys Swimming and Diving: Evan Thomas (Regional Champion) 4th place, Asher Gibson 12th place and Justin Tracy 18th place at State in Diving. Marty Finerty (100 Butterfly)
      • Girls Swimming and Diving: Kylie McDonald (200IM), Savannah Liddle (50 and 100 Freestyle), Lucy Owens (100 Backstroke), Morgan Schoen (100 Breastroke) and Claire Jones, Erin Perkins, Savannah Liddle and Ella Robbeloth (400 Freestyle Relay)
      • Boys Basketball: Jake Heidbreder Large School All State 
    • HHC Champions:
      • Girls cc
      • Boys CC
      • Boys Tennis
      • Volleyball
      • Girls Track and Field
    • Players/performance of the week
    • Fall HHC athletes
    • Individual sports honors
      • Wrestling:   Gavinn Alstott, Hunter May (4th), J. Conway (Champion), Bray Emerine, Codie Khawaja
      • Boys swimming:  
      • Girls’ Cross Country, sectional and regional champions
    • Hoosier Hills Conference selections
      • Boys Soccer – 
      • Girls Soccer
      • Girls Cross Country 
      • Boys Tennis – 
      • Girls Golf, Boys Cross Country –
      • Volleyball –
      • Football: 
      • Wrestling: 
      • Girls Swimming:  
      • Boys Basketball:  
      • Girls basketball:  
  • Early College High School endorsed 
  • US News and World Report best high schools
  • National Merit Commended students
    • Brianna Christensen
    • Keeton Gibson
    • Jessica Madison
    • Jeevan Sivamohan
  • National Merit Semi-Finalist
    • Jade Coxon
  • Interact club stuff
  • Band 
    • IMEA Honor Band 
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    • Junior All-State Band
  • Orchestra
    • Individual all state
    • Doug Elmore NFHS (National Federation of High School Associations) Indiana Music Educator of the Year, nominated by the ISSMA board
    • FC Orchestra Bassist Katherine Ormsby has been selected to perform with the 2021 Indiana All-State Orchestra in June.
    • Grant Coleman and Drew Goforth have been selected as Alternates for All-State
  • Choir
  • All State handbells:
    • All state handbell ensemble
  • All state choir
    • Molly Cavan
    • Josh Stettenbenz

 

  • NJROTC Cadets accomplishments
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  • Bagpiper Staff:  
    • IUS Media Day Newspaper of the year
  • FCDM:  raised over $23,000
  • WNAS State contest
    • Audio Podcast:
    • Millie Meunier – First Honorable Mention (Bluegrass Today)
    • Video In-Depth:
    • Myla Tissandier – First Honorable Mention (A.C.E. List)
    • Colin Wood  – Second Honorable Mention (Proposed CTE Cuts)
    • Music Video:
    • Millie Meunier – First Honorable Mention (Foggy Mountain Breakdown)
    • Cinematography:
    • Millie Meunier – 2nd Place (Cinematography Reel)
    • Corporate Video:
    • Lucas Hunchman – First Honorable Mention (Terry Middleton – Student Boxing)
    • Video Magazine:
    • FCTV – First Honorable Mention (Floyd Finale)
  • Eagle Scouts:  
  • New Voice Playwright Festival Selection: 
  • FCHS Theater Arts:  
  • Science Olympiad: 
  • STEM Robotics: 
  • Misc.
  • Visual Arts:
  • Speech and Debate team 
  • Dazzlers:  National champions (UDA) pom
  • Cheerleaders:   National Champions
  • Student Technology Association Conference at Terre Haute
  • Prosser
    • Prosser Skills USA State champions
      • Jessica Ayres (entrepreneurship)
      • Kaitlyn Cooper (Dental technician)
    • Prosser Rotary recognition:
      • Kevin Woodruff (drafting)
      • Payton Wells (auto collision)

An IB World School

Floyd Central High School is an authorized International Baccalaureate World School.  IB World Schools share a common philosophy—a commitment to a high quality, challenging international education.  Only schools authorized by the IB Organization can offer any of its three academic programs. For additional information about the IB and its programs, visit http://www.ibo.org