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Fairbanks High School

Fairbanks High School

11158 OH-38, Milford Center (OH), 43045-9764, United States

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Description Fairbanks High School is a public high school in Milford Center, Ohio, USA, and the only high school in the Fairbanks Local Schools district. The school's mascot is the Panther. It is "recognized on the State's Report Card as an 'Excellent' High School since 1999, and more recently under the new reporting system, it received an 'A' rating". The school colors are red and white. In 2012 the U.S. Department of Education recognized the school in the "No Child Left Behind–Blue Ribbon Schools Program (NCLB-BRS)", a national recognition program honoring elementary and secondary schools in the United States that make significant progress in closing achievement gaps or whose students achieve at the highest levels in their state.In 2014, there are approximately 300 students enrolled.It has gained the nickname of "Farmbanks" among the students due to the number of farms around the campus.HistoryFairbanks High School was named after U.S. Senator and Vice President Charles W. Fairbanks, who was born (1852) and raised in Unionville Center, Ohio. The Fairbanks Local School District was founded in 1960, and the current building was erected in 1961.Ohio High School Athletic Association State Championships Girls' volleyball – 1977
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