East Fairmont High School

1993 Airport Road
Fairmont, WV 26554

Phone:      304-367-2140
                                     Fax:      304-367-2180

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EFHS ADMINISTRATION

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​Principal
Dr. Mary Lynn Westfall
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      Assistant Principal                                             Assistant Principal
            Mr. Gary Rinehart                                      Mrs. Valerie Rinehart
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Athletic Director
Mr. James Beckman
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EFHS FACULTY & STAFF

BUSINESS EDUCATION
Mrs. Clark
Mrs. Haught​

ENGLISH
Ms. Ammons
Mrs. DeVault
Mrs. Garrett
Mrs. Hudson
Mrs. Sisk
​Mrs. Snyder

FAMILY & ​CONSUMER SCIENCE
Mrs. Sole

​FINE ARTS
Mr. Bean - Band
Mrs. Perkins - Art
Mr. Carpenter - Music

​FOREIGN LANGUAGE
Mrs. Amos
Mr. Garcia​

GUIDANCE COUNSLEORS
Mrs. Copenhaver
​Ms. Pinn

HEALTH/PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Mr. Asterino
​Mr. Beckman
​Ms. Reesman

AIDES
​M. Haddox
H. Martin

SECRETARIES
B. Golden
J. Henderson
K. Ramsey

JOURNALISM
Ms. Gerau


​​​LIBRARY/MEDIA
​Mrs. Hood


MATHEMATICS
Mrs. Cross-Armstrong
Mrs. Emery
Ms. K. Morgan
Mr. Sarsfield
Ms. Sharpe
Mrs. Straka
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OPTIONS PROGRAM

Mrs. Cattafesta


PRE-K
Ms. Brummage
Mrs. George
​Mrs. Holt
Mrs. Miller
Mrs. Schnore


SCHOOL NURSES
Mrs. Boylen
Mrs. King

COOKS
D. Cutright 
P. Gooden
J. Helms
​M. Napalo
J. Vangilder

SCIENCE
Mr. Eakle
​Mrs. Ely
Mrs. Ford
Mr. Graham
Mrs. Merritt
Mr. Riffle

SOCIAL STUDIES
Ms. Deane
Mr. Dobbs
Ms. Dobrzynski
Mr. Gearde
Mrs. Ridgway

​SPECIAL EDUCATION
Mrs. Goddard
Mrs. Marcum
Ms. R. Morgan
Ms. S. Morgan
Mrs. Pleyo
Mr. Owens

SPECIALISTS
Mrs. McKinney
Ms. Ray

​TECH EDUCATION
Mr.  Barcus
Mr. Bevins

CUSTODIANS
J. Cavicchio
P. Davidson
B. Harris
T. Melton
K. Newell
​​J. Schultz
K. Woods

SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICER
Officer C. Krepps

EFHS COUNSELING AND GUIDANCE

EFHS BELL SCHEDULES

EFHS STUDENT FORMS

EFHS HISTORY

East Fairmont High was organized in 1917, according to a report in the 1925 Yellow Jacket. This educational facility consisted of 71 students and 2 instructors who taught in the basement rooms of what was Central School.

In 1921, East Side High opened its doors to 268 students and 11 teachers to begin the history of what is now East Fairmont High School.  Perhaps the greatest change for the students of 1921 was the move to a new school​. The new facility contained an auditorium, gymnasium, Domestic Science Department, and six classrooms. 

By 1924, enrollment increased. Reports indicate that the oldest senior attending was 23 years old, while the youngest freshman was only 12 years old. Construction began on one of two additional wings, which were completed in 1925. The building expanded with a library, study hall, Domestic Arts Department, and eight classrooms. 

A new gymnasium was erected in 1930, but it was 22 years before the second and final wing was added, housing the administrative offices, band room, and a larger library. The lofty bell tower, which was part of the original structure, was struck by lighting and condemned.

In the fall of 1993, East Fairmont High School students moved from 1 Orion Lane into our current facility located at 1993 Airport Road, directly off Interstate 79 at the Kingmont Exit.

FIGHT SONG
When the East Side varsity falls in line
We're out to win this game another time
And for the dear old high we love so well
And for the blue and gold
We'll yell and yell and yell
And then we fight, fight, fight for every yard
We'll circle in and hit that line right hard
And leave (name of school) lying on the side, on the side
EAST SIDE HIGH

ALMA MATER
​Hail, oh hail, dear alma mater
Praise and glory be
Hail to thee dear home of honor
and posterity.
Magic is this moment
As we pledge to our old school.
Hail, oh hail dear alma mater
Fairmont East High School