The Fluco Beat

  • February 26Congratulations to the Fluco Speech team winning the VHSL 3C Regional Forensic Tournament on 2/25.
  • February 22Save $6 by pre-ordering your 2021 "Things Change" FCHS Yearbook at
  • February 11Congratulations to Lauren Davis who got second place at the State Dive Meet on Tuesday 2/9
  • February 1Congratulations to Emma Bagby and Emily Stevens in their auditions for the District XIII Honor Band, representing the top band students in our district.
Line drawing vector illustration, courtesy of

i give up

Tyler Harris, Editor-in-Chief March 2, 2021

quiet, too quiet though not anymore thoughts too loud breaking down the door of my newly formed will and my strength not yet formed of my taking a stand and my confidence, stormed   Give...

Drawing submitted by junior Jackson Landsburg.

It Was Nothing

Julia Tomaras, Guest Writer February 8, 2021

In Redmond, Washington, the city is getting ready for the holiday approaching them quickly. The city of Redmond takes Halloween very seriously, but not as seriously as the youth at King County High. Yearbook...

Image from under the Creative Commons License

Less is More

Julia Tomaras, Guest Writer January 5, 2021

In the way an ¨I love you¨ can mean more than just three words Holding more meaning than a person’s empty rambles of what you mean to them More than a bouquet of flowers, box of chocolates, or...

The Mind

The Mind

Gabrielle Etchison, FCHS Journalist December 14, 2020

The mind is a clear maze So clear you can see All your thoughts And all your ideas But such a maze You get lost thinking And don’t know What you really mean Closed eyes and slow...

Leaves Change

Leaves Change

Gabrielle Etchison November 17, 2020

Autumn is cool and crisp Filled with life and peace Hope is found where the leaves fall Freedom is found  Strength forms in a time such as this Trees bare and become cold But stand strong Leaves...

Image provided by under


Ariana Todd October 27, 2020

The woeful sky above danced with the sound of thunder as Ava walked down a dim city street with a cold, bright red umbrella in her warm hands. She enjoyed the tranquility of the rain above her as it landed...

Writing a letter to COVID-19.

Dear COVID-19,

Mia Smith October 1, 2020

Dear COVID-19, If I were to look at the pandemic from your point of view, then I would have to say that the mission was a success. You are most likely proud to be the cause of the widespread disease,...


2020 “Undefined” Literary Magazine

FCHS Journalism May 19, 2020

For the first time, the FCHS Literary Magazine "Undefined" is available online as a pdf. You can read it online, or download it as a pdf to print. To access the magazine, click here.    

A Ghost of a Prank

A Ghost of a Prank

Fabian A. Ortiz Ramos March 19, 2020

As though a starved predator stalking its prey through a bush, Junilapy shadowed a back exit of her school, knowing that her best friend would depart through it on her way to the parking lot. “This...

Living with ADHD

Living with ADHD

Riley Yowell March 11, 2020

Tippity tap tap. Why are they staring at me?  Did I do something what if something happened what if we are all about to die what if- Tippity tap tap.  Why is the ceiling dripping?  Has...

Load More Stories
Activate Search
The Student News Site of Fluvanna County High School
Fluco Fine Arts Corner