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12% of all sales goes directly to the alumni association to support its annual scholarship program and projects.  Please show your support by purchasing an item from the alumni association online store.  If your class is planning a class reunion, you can order your class reunion shirts on here.  Once a Viking always a Viking.  Go Fetu O Sasa'e.


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Support our Projects! Please click the Donate button below. Donations can be made by PayPal, or with a regular credit card if you do not have a PayPal account. We have three projects online right now.

1. FHSAA Annual Scholarship Program 

2. FHSAA Community Projects (benefit FHS & Eastern District)


•   Lance Tauoa (1985)  11/17
•   Tofoi Unutoa (Mageo) (1990)  11/12
•   Matālaloifi Elisara (Iosefo) (2009)  11/5
•   Zarahemla Sarahmilla Mamea (Faalii) (1995)  11/3
•   Josephine "Josie" Siu (Auau) Siu (Auau) (2000)  11/2
•   Siva Thompson  11/2
•   Victoria Aoelua (1979)  11/2
•   Taumafai Sosi (1983)  10/25
•   Rita Loia (1987)  10/22
•   Iakopo Ioapo (1991)  10/21
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In Loving Memory
Of Our Dear Brother & Friend 
LCDR Iakopo Poyer, USN (Retired)
"Class of 1979"

On May 17, 2015, Iakopo (Jake) Poyer was absent from the body to be at home with the Lord (2 Corithians 5:8).  He is survived by his lovely wife Joy, of 26 years and children: Patricia Maina, 25 and Derek Esau, 22. 

Jake's memorial service was on May 30th, 2015 at Carrow Baptist Church, where he was a Deacon. His burial was on November 9, 2015 at Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, VA with full military honors, from the Old Post Chapel, where he occasionally delivered Bible Studies to the Samoan Church there. Our Hero resting Among Heros; his only wish. 

Jake was one of the co-founders & dedicated leaders of the Fagaitua High School Alumni Association (FHSAA). Our very own FHSAA website is part of his numerous contribution to our mission and vision. One of the biggest projects Jake was involved with was the school marquee. Our annual scholarship project continues to thrive because of his leadership.  Like his native village Lauli'i "Moli o le Ava", he was our torch of light to a lot that we do.

Ua misi lave oe Jake.  Fa'afetai mo fautuaga ma lapata'iga mo se lumana'i manuia o tupulaga o tama ma teine tuai a Faga'itua o lo'o papaa'ao i atunu'u i fafo. E le galo lau tautua matavela. O le a faigata ona fa'agalo oe i taimi uma e fai ai mea a le tatou asosi ma le tatou alma mater.

Thank you for your military service to this great country.  Thank you for all that you've done for our alma mater and FHSAA.  Alofa'aga mo oe e le mavae.  "IA PA'U SE TOA, TU SE TOA."  Your favorite saying, "GO VIKINGS" ~ You are truly missed.  May your soul rest in peace until we meet again:)


Football Team at PCC Aug. 15 - Thank you Hipa Neria and Va'atau Galea'i:)

Football Team Po Siva Fundraise at CCCAS Kanana Fou Church Kunia Aug. 13

Football Team @ Ala Moana Beach Park for BBQ hosted by FHSAA Aug. 8th


Congratulations MS. MARILYNN HOSANNA ELEITINO THOMPSON of Aunuu, recipient of the 2015 FHSAA Scholarship/Jake Poyer Award. Marilyn is the daughter of Aunu'ufou Lisi and Suluo'o Thompson. Marilyn plans to attend ASCC in the Fall majoring in Mathematics. Malo lava Marilynn.

The FHSAA is proud to have awarded this scholarship in memory of our dear friend and member, Jake Poyer. The FHSAA is also very fortunate to have the continuous support of the family of the late HTC Tuatoo Tautalatasi with providing the trophy. Thank you also to Liana's Flower shop in Faga'alu for sponsoring the ula. Faafetai tele lava! 

***New officers for the Hawaii Chapter as of April 24, 2015.  We are moving towards the process of becoming a 501C3 Not-For-Profit Organization.  So there's lot of exciting things to look forward to.   We'll keep you posted with our upcoming events on Oahu.


  Marquee Dedication


Note:  "Alumni Association" wording will be added to our marquee once we secure a sponsor.

 This website is for you! Simply click on Classmate Profiles at the left; click on your senior class year and find your name on the list. Then, register to log in and create your profile page where you can upload photos, and let your classmates know what you have been up to since our Vikings days; or, share a school memory. As a member, you may also send and receive messages; so, be sure to Check Messages, and take a look at our Announcement Board. Then, take a stroll down memory lane by viewing the Photo Galleries and feel free to participate in our forum Fai Sou Manatu. Please be sure to keep checking back for updates and new postings; and let others know about our site, too!

If your name is not on the list of your senior class year and would like to join our site, please  click Contact Us to send me or Peka your name, including maiden if applicable, along with your senior class year and we'll add your name to the list. If you have access to your senior class list and photos, please send it to us so we can enter the names and photos for your class.   

Need your high school transcripts, job verification or high school    diploma verification? 

Contact American Samoa Department of Education Student Services Department.  

Lisa Peau-Mulitauaopele
Program Director, Office of Student Services
Department of Education
Pago Pago, American Samoa 96799 
Ph: (684) 633-4835
Costs: Transcripts - $3; Job Verification - $10; Diploma Verification - $10

****Please allow 1-2 weeks for US Air Mail delivery 


To ALL seniors:

As you will be transitioning to college, please remember to fill out an online FAFSA before graduation. FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) is available at . If you need any assistance in filling out the FAFSA, please come to ASCC and ask for me or contact me via phone: 699-9155 ext. 377 or email:
I am the financial aid counselor here at ASCC dealing with all the new students that have never attended college, in assisting with filling out their online FAFSA, and it would really make my job a little easier knowing that all or most of the Fagaitua student's FAFSA have already been taken care of.

Sincerely yours,

Mana'o Satele-Vaovasa

Respect & Humility

To all my Dear, Fagaitua High School Alumni,

I ask that everybody plays an active role in policing our website to ensure that we operate and maintain a respectful site that is conducive to all those that will access it, like your brothers and sisters and especially your parents.  This is a reflection of who we are and  Fagaitua High School. Let's operate in the spirit of RESPECT & HUMILITY. (Be mindful of the language and the pictures that you post on the site) O LE I'OIMATA O LE AGANUU SAMOA O LE FA' fai mai le Tusi Sa, o le sili o na mea o le ALOFA lea...aua o le ALOFA e FAAALOALO ma e AGAMALU. God bless,

Tauapai Laupola

Please take a few minutes to visit the "in memory" section. It would be great if you could add any personal stories about our classmates who have passed.