About Fulshear High School


Fulshear High School opened for its inaugural year in Fall 2016.  

The campus was named after Churchill Fulshear, Jr.   The Fulshear family was one of the original 300 families to settle in Texas.  Churchill Fulshear, Jr. fought in the Texas War for independence against Mexico.  He was also present during General Santa Anna's surrender.  He helped to bring progress to the area by donating land to allow the railroad to bring service through the area.  The last family member moved away from Fulshear in 1937, but their legacy remains strong in the area.  As is evident by our mascot choice, Churchill Fulshear, Jr. loved horses, especially race horses.  He built a horse track called Churchill Downs in Fort Bend.  He was fiercely independent and a true Texan.  We are proud to be named after such a strong figure in Fulshear's history.

Read up on more history of our area here.

The campus opened with a freshmen and sophomore class only and will grow to add a grade level each year, with our first graduating class being the Class of 2019.

CFHS Mission

Fulshear High School is preparing every student to compete in a global society through a premium educational experience, technology enrichment, and strong community partnerships.

CFHS Vision

Fulshear High School will be a school of choice as we pursue educational excellence.

CFHS Motto and Core Values

Once a Charger, Always a Charger.

Core Values:
Academic Excellence

Fight Song

We are the Fulshear Chargers,
The purple, black, and white to stay!
We are the Fulshear Chargers,
We will win this fight today!
All hail the Fulshear Chargers,
the fighting force we'll always be!
With strength and might we'll win the fight,
we're charging to victory!