• SAT Classes the week of Jan. 20 will be Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday starting at 2:30. Students are welcome to stay in the cafeteria from 11:55 until 2:30.


    Schedule for Final Exam Week

    Final Exam Schedule  

  •  Lottery is Closed Helicopter View of School Campus


    Please check out our revamped school paper by clicking here


Important News

  • Hello All Fairchild Wheeler Students and Families,

    Come join us on Tuesday, January 21st from 6:30-8:30 for Pasta with a Purpose. Mrs. Berkhin and her International STEM Travelers will be hosting a pasta dinner in the Fairchild Wheeler Cafeteria to raise money for a bus to the airport to travel on a study abroad trip to London. The cost is $12 /person or $50 for a family of 5. Price will include salad, bread, bottle of water and choice of baked ziti (meat sauce or vegetarian sauce).

    Any extra food can be ordered and can be packaged and taken to go.  

    Raffle tickets for various gift baskets will be available for purchase the night of the event.

    Please join us in supporting our students’ amazing opportunity. We look forward to seeing you at this event.

    Email Mrs. Berkhin cberkhin@bridgeportedu.net by January 17th to RSVP and pay. Tickets will not be sold the night of the event. Payment options: Cash, Venmo, Cashapp.



    Mrs. Berkhin and the International STEM Travelers

    The Class of 2021 has a few fundraisers coming up. They are selling tickets to the Bowtie Movie Theater. Tickets are $10 each and are good for any movie, with a surcharge being applied to 3D movie screenings.  

    In addition, Junior Ring tickets are now for sale. Junior Ring will be on Friday, April 24 from 7pm - 11pm at the Villa Bianca in Seymour. Tickets are $90 through March 28th. From March 29th through April 17th, tickets are $100. Fairchild juniors are permitted to bring a guest from another grade or another school. Guests must be between the ages of 13 - 19 and the guest form will be posted on the student's homeroom on Microsoft TEAMS. Each guest must have their own ticket. Tickets are available online at FWCRing2020.eventbrite.com or students can pay with cash with Ms. Helck in room CIA during their lunch wave.


    If you have any questions about the movie tickets or Junior Ring, please contact Ms. Helck at mhelck@bridgeportedu.net. 

    Click here to order your cap and gown. Basic package ($55) includes cap, gown, tassel, and diploma. 

    Yearbooks are available for purchase! Click here and enter the code 12129120.
    Follow the directions that appear to buy your yearbook!

    Can't afford to buy your yearbook now? This is the pricing guide for the rest of the school year.

    ​Season     ​    Dates ​    Price
    ​Winter Now - 12/31 ​ $55
    ​New Year ​1/1 - 12/13 ​ $60
    ​Spring ​2/14 - 4/13 ​ $65
    ​End of the school year ​When the books are delivered in June - any remaining books - not guaranteed  ​ $70


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  • Vision

    The Fairchild Wheeler Interdistrict Magnet Campus, an institution that fosters an inclusive campus culture that embraces diversity, civility and multiculturalism, will prepare its graduates to solve problems and apply new technologies within an interconnected and evolving global environment.

    Core Beliefs

    • Our environment values and models character, academics and relationships
    • Work to consistently safeguard the safety, dignity and well-being of all its members.
    • A static curriculum is a dying curriculum. Revision and development with field experts ensures that the education we provide is current and thematic based.
    • In providing our teachers with high quality, discrete magnet professional development.
    • Diverse backgrounds and ideas are crucial to academic excellence
    • All children have the potential to achieve if provided with individualized instruction.
    • College and career are by-products of our school and children must have experiences with both.


    The mission of the Fairchild Wheeler Interdistrict Magnet Campus is to build an academic community whose members have diverse cultures, backgrounds and life experiences and educate those students in ways that lead to fulfilling