Final Exam Schedule

Updated by Chandler Hall on November 17, 2014

Final Exams will be taken from Tuesday, December 16th through Friday, December 19th. The full exam schedule has been posted below. For detailed information on Final Exams Click Here

Tuesday, December 16th

  • 1st period exam (8:39 am - 10:39 am)
  • 2nd period exam (10:47 am - 12:49 pm)
  • 3rd period study session (1:45 pm - 3:45 pm)

Wednesday, December 17th

  • 3rd period exam (8:39 am - 10:39 am)
  • 4th period exams (10:47 am - 12:49 pm)
  • 5th period study session (1:45 pm - 3:45 pm)

Thursday, December 18th

  • 5th period exam (8:39 am - 10:39 am)
  • 6th period exam (10:47 am - 12:49 pm)
  • 7th period study session (1:45 pm - 3:45 pm)

Friday, December 19th

  • 7th period exam (8:35 am - 10:39 am)
  • Students dismissed at 12:45 pm


Swin Team Is Going To State!

Updated by Chandler Hall on November 17, 2014

We did it! For the first time in over eleven years, the boys free style relay team is going to state! Please congratulate: Tommy Ennis, Vincent Bartolomei, Collin Mowery, and Matthew Davenport.  

Also please congratulate:
- the boys swim team for placing 8th out of 18 schools
- Tommy Ennis placed 1st place in the 100 yard free style swim, time 51.84sec (his second state qualifying time)
- Vincent Bartolomei placed 9th in the 50 yard free style and 4th in the 100 yard butterfly


Senior Night Pictures for Sale

Updated by Chandler Hall on November 11, 2014

BPI Photography has a collection of great pictures from Sandy Creek's Senior Night football game for sale. If you would like to remember this year's Senior Night football game with a few pictures, click here.


Financial Aid Night

Updated by Chandler Hall on November 10, 2014

The Sandy Creek High School Guidance Department is hosting a financial aid night on Monday, November 17, 2014 for all parents and students of the 2015 senior class.  A representative from the Georgia Student Finance Commission will present information concerning financial aid, types of available aid, and the HOPE Scholarship Program.  The presentation will be one hour and begin at 7:00 pm in the auditorium.  Please join us for this informative session, especially if your senior is the first one you're sending off to college.


Swim Team Competition Results

Updated by Chandler Hall on November 9, 2014

Please congratulate:

The men's swim team for ranking 8th out of 18 teams.

Tommy Ennis placed 1st with a time of 56:33 seconds in the butterfly. This time qualified him for state, 58 seconds, and he also placed 3rd in the 100 Yard Freestyle. We are so proud to already have one swimmer going to state and possibly a relay team too.

Vincent Bartolomei ranked 3rd in the 200 Yard Individual Medley (butterfly, breaststroke, freestyle and backstroke). 

The boys varsity relay team almost placed for state. They came in 3rd with a time of 1:40.40. State time is 1:40.00. So close! 

The SCHS swim team is continuing to train hard in order to qualify at the upcoming meet, Whitewater Big Splash Invitational, November 15, Steve Lundquist Natatorium at 11:00pm.


Miss Sandy Creek Pageant 2015

Updated by Devin Hamill on November 7, 2014

The time has come for this year's Sandy Creek High School Pageant! To Register for the pageant see Mr. Robertson. The registration fee is $75 and the first ten ladies who register are entered into a raffle for $100 on the night of the event.



Cross Country Region Championship

Updated by Devin Hamill on November 3, 2014

Underneath a sheet of clouds, into the roaring winds, and in freakishly cold temperatures the cross county team enjoyed what would have been their last race of the season. However, with a third place finish for the boys and girls the Sandy Creek Patriots have advanced to the State Meet next weekend. This is only the second time in school history that both the boys and girls have qualified for the State Meet.

Special Congratulations to Analucia Yanar for placing 2nd overall in the girls varsity Race. For pictures of the event click here.


Clemson Foreign Language Declamation Contest

Updated by Devin Hamill on October 27, 2014

These students competed at The Clemson Foreign Language Declamation Contest and placed:

Arianna Trapp, Spanish 2, 1st place.  Student of Edna Jimenez.

Rachel Davis, Spanish 3, 2nd place.  Student of Silvia Riet.

Krista Jackson, Spanish 3, 1st place.  Ms. Riet.

Jade Ponder, Spanish 4, 3rd place.  Ms. Riet.

Anna Bridgeman, French 1, 3rd place.  Student of Cynthia Picard.

Paula Uribe, French 4, 2nd place.  Ms. Picard.

Phaidra Buchanan, German 3, 1st place.  Student of William Bryan.

Helen Smith, German 2, 3rd place.  Mr. Bryan

Click here for pictures.


Students Need To Transfer Files To New Email

Updated by Chandler Hall on October 7, 2014

On December 1st, all student FCBOETWO emails will be disabled and students will not be able to retreive any files. In order to save the files of the FCBOETWO account and transfer them to the new FCBOE emails, please go HERE. If not done by December 1st then all files on that account will be lost.

New Student Email

Updated by Chandler Hall on August 14, 2014

Student email addresses have been updated, and now include the student's graduation date. An example has been provided below for a student who is named John Smith and will graduate in 2015.

Sandy Creek's Mrs. Vlachakis Named Fayette County Teacher of the Year

Updated by Chandler Hall on April 28, 2014

Sandy Creek High School would like to congratulate Mrs. Vlachakis for winning county teacher of the year! The FCBOE website states:

On April 25, 2014 there was silence as everyone waited for School Superintendent Dr. Joseph Barrow to open the sealed envelope, and then a roar of applause came from the crowd as he announced Alexandra Vlachakis as the 2014 Fayette County Teacher of the Year. Vlachakis, a technology and business teacher at Sandy Creek High, was one of three finalists chosen from 26 school-level teachers of the year who were vying for the honor. "I am humbled and incredibly honored to be here representing all of the teachers who have dedicated countless hours to their students," said Vlachakis as she took the podium to deliver her acceptance speech. Full Article>>