Fox High School is a public high school located in Arnold, Missouri that is part of the Fox School District. Approximately 2,000 students are currently enrolled. Fox graduates 98.4 percent of its students, and 88 percent of its students continue to college or technical schools. Fox has received the „Distinction in Performance“ award from Missouri numerous times.
Fox is named for Charles Fox, who once owned the land where the campus was built. President Barack Obama held a town hall meeting in the auditorium of the school on April 29, 2009 marking the 100th day of his administration.
The school officially sponsors several athletic programs, including soccer, cheerleading, men’s football (2008 and 2009 Division 6A semi-finalists and quarterfinalists, respectively), volleyball (2008 men’s conference tournament semifinalists), track & field, cross country, basketball, wrestling, baseball, softball, and golf. Fox High School is also associated with several private club teams, including men’s rugby, hockey, and men’s lacrosse (2008 Division 2 State Champions). Fox has several award-winning arts programs, including its marching band and choruses. The school boasts broad involvement in numerous other student organizations, including a strong FBLA chapter.