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Students for Success

Students for Success (SFS) is available online during distant learning.  Mr. Steffen from SFS is available for Math Tutoring from 3pm to 5pm  Monday-Friday. To connect with him via ZOOM his personal meeting ID  is 635 606 8239 with the password of 409029.


Students for Success is a peer tutoring program geared toward helping students academically. All current FHS students are welcome. Tutoring takes place on campus on a drop-in basis under the supervision of the SFS Coordinator, Miao Carroll. Our peer tutors are mostly National Honor Society members who currently attend FHS and must show academic strength through grades and a few retired teachers who volunteer their precious time. Respectful, caring, safe peer help is what we strive to offer here at Students For Success.

Tutoring is available from National Honors Society Peer Tutors in every subject and in multiple languages. Tutoring takes place during lunch and  7th block on Tuesday and Thursday in Room 76 and after school in the Library until 5 p.m., Monday through Thursday.

This program is free to all current FHS students. Students can:

  • Get help with class work and homework;
  • View text books;
  • Research and write papers'
  • Have finished papers peer edited; and
  • Work on multimedia projects.


If you are interested in becoming an SFS tutor please come to SFS Homework Center to pick up and complete an application.  

Nondiscrimination Statement

Students for Success is committed to equal opportunity for all individuals in education. Students for Success shall be free from discrimination based on gender, sex, race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, lack of English skills, handicap or the perception of one or more of such characteristics. Reasonable accommodations are available for students with disabilities.


Miao Carroll

Richard Steffen

Dick Canavese

Sydney Fernandez
Assistant Principal

Rosalie Walton