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Lessie Williams
Vice Principal

227 Magnolia St.,

Syracuse, NY 13204

Main Office: (315) 435-4376
Fax:  (315) 435-6313

7:50 AM-2:26 PM

Vision: Our vision is to provide a happy, caring and stimulating environment where all students will recognize and achieve their fullest potential, with support from staff and community resources, so all are prepared for college/career and ultimately contributing their life purpose and skills to society.

Mission: Fowler High School recognizes that each student is an individual; that all students are creative; that all students need to succeed. Therefore, Fowler High School respects the individual needs of students; fosters a caring and creative environment; and emphasizes the social, emotional, physical, intellectual development of each student.
School News
Advanced Courses Provide SCSD Students with Head Start at College: Thanks to the advanced courses offered at all five SCSD high schools, students have the opportunity to take college-level courses through AP, SUNY ESF, Onondaga Community College and Syracuse University. Courses vary by high school and range from English, Physics and World History to Forensics, Media Communications, Entrepreneurship and more. At Corcoran, students even have the option to complete the International Baccalaureate (IB) program, an extremely rigorous, internationally benchmarked academic ... more >>
Students Gain Perspective through Interfaith Works Dialogue Exchange Program: Students at SCSD high schools spend five days each school year sharing ideas and engaging in discussions with students from suburban schools, thanks to the Interfaith Works of CNY Dialogue Exchange program.   Each school selects 5 student facilitators and 15 students to take part in the Dialogue Exchange. High school students meet for five sessions with groups of students from Baldwinsville, Central Square, F-M, Skaneateles and Westhill—switching between their home school and the ... more >>
SCSD Students Celebrate Navy Week with Concerts, Dive Tank and More: In celebration of Navy Week, SCSD students at Danforth, HW Smith, Grant, Salem Hyde, Bellevue, PSLA at Fowler, Frazer and Corcoran enjoyed special festivities, intended to help them learn about the Navy and the many ways in which its members protect America.   From demonstrations in a Navy Diving Tank and by Navy Ordnance Disposal teams to Navy Band musical performances to Navy simulators and interactive displays and even a visit from a Real Admiral, students of all ages got a glimpse ... more >>
Skills Test: The 4 classes in the First Responder Academy (EMT, Fire-Rescue, Law Enforcement, Forensic Science) teamed up to put forth a scenario to test the students' skills.  The car was generously given to the academy from the Auto Tech class at ITC.  Students running through these scenarios are dispatched to a call, need to request mutual aid help if it is required, help tend patients, discover the story behind the car accident, process any evidence present and ... more >>
Red Cross Blood Drive: Up to 57 hospital patients will be helped by the blood collected from Fowler and PSLA staff and students. On May 20th an in-school Red Cross blood drive was conducted with student assistance from Mr. Gates' US History students. 31 donors participated, 12 of whom were donating for the first time. Thank you to everyone who supported this effort. more >>

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AIS and Regents Review Classes
Prepare for the August regents exams by attending AIS and Regents review classes starting on Monday July 25.

Graduation Photos Now Available
Images from the ceremony are now available online. You will also be receiving proofs in the mail within the next few weeks. For more information visit:

Summer School
The high school summer program begins on July 5th and runs until August 18th. The program includes the opportunity to make up lost credit, and a Regents Prep program, which will help prepare for the regents examinations in August.  Contact the counseling office to register today. 


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Regents Review: Castle Learning
Regents Review: Regents
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Varsity/JV Fall Sports Team Information
Fowler Q3 15-16 Receivership Report
Fowler Q2 Quarterly Report
Fowler DTSDE Report 2015-2016
Fowler SCEP Revised
Fowler Final CET Recommendations
Fowler School Comprehensive Education Plan
Senior Graduation Checklist
Senior Graduation checklist with IEP
Student Support Services Organizational Chart

High Schools
Institute of Technology at Central
PSLA @ Fowler

Alternative Education Programs
Johnson Center/Adult Education
McCarthy @ Beard
MS Program @ Shea

Middle & K-8 Schools
Clary Middle School
Danforth Middle School
Ed Smith Pre-K-8 School
Expeditionary Learning Middle School
Frazer K-8 School
Grant Middle School
Huntington Pre-K-8 School
HW Smith Pre-K-8 School
Lincoln Middle School
Roberts Pre-K-8 School
Westside Academy at Blodgett

Elementary Schools
Bellevue Elementary School
Delaware Elementary School
Delaware Primary
Dr. King Elementary School
Dr. Weeks Elementary School
Franklin Elementary School
Hughes Elementary School
LeMoyne Elementary School
McKinley-Brighton Elementary School
Meachem Elementary School
Montessori at Lemoyne
Porter Elementary School
Salem Hyde Elementary School
Seymour Dual Language Academy
Syracuse Latin
Van Duyn Elementary School
Webster Elementary School

Syracuse City School District
Sharon Contreras, Ph.D., Superintendent

725 Harrison Street
Syracuse, NY 13210

Phone: 315.435.4499
The Syracuse City School District hereby advises students, parents, employees and the general public that it is committed to providing equal access to all categories of employment, programs and educational opportunities, including career and technical education opportunities, regardless of actual or perceived race, color, national origin, Native American ancestry/ethnicity, creed or religion, marital status, sex, sexual orientation, age, gender identity or expression, disability or any other legally protected category under federal, state or local law. More info