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Fredericktown Local Schools (FLS), located in Knox County on Route 95 and 13, 10 miles east of Interstate 71, has a tradition of excellence in academics and student activities. Established in 1853, Fredericktown is a rural community and its citizens have continually supported its strong educational programs. Fredericktown has the security and flavor of a small town, blended with an innovative and progressive attitude. The result is a village where the people take great pride in their homes, school, and community. Fredericktown is also proud to be the home of the FFA Jacket. Fredericktown FFA Advisor Dr. Gus Lintner, designed the blue corduroy jacket and outfitted his students for the 1933 national convention. The jacket was so well-received, it was adopted as the official dress of the FFA during the same convention. An Ohio Historical Marker located at the school acknowledges this accomplishment. The community celebrated its 200th anniversary in 2007 and the population was 2,493 at the 2010 census. Major employers include Kokosing Construction and FT Precision.

Building Enrollment
Elementary School 542
Middle School 259
High School 439
District Total 1240
ENROLLMENT - 11/2022
District wide, 26.5% of students receive free or reduced lunches.  
Fredericktown High School is a four-year public high school that provides college preparatory, vocational agriculture, and general business classes. In addition, students have access to the Knox County Career Center (KCCC) where they may choose from 19 vocational areas with apprenticeships. The school is fully accredited by the State of Ohio Department of Education, and is also a National Test Site for ACT.  The Class of 2021 achieved a 4-year graduation rate of 97.3%.  
Fredericktown students take great pride in academic and extracurricular accomplishments. The strong support of the PTO (parent teacher organization), Athletic and Band Boosters, surrounding business community, and local governments enhance the lives of our students.  There are many amenities within, and surrounding, Fredericktown that are rural by nature yet provide a very comfortable place to reside.  Fredericktown, and the surrounding areas, offers: quick access to highways, Columbus, Cleveland City, shopping and a nearby Mohican State Park, child care, swimming, aquatics, and youth sports programs and a wide variety of adult and senior activities.