Fremont Public Schools
High School Links
From The Principal
1750 North Lincoln Ave.
Fremont, NE 68025
Phone: (402) 727-3050
Fax: (402) 727-3033
Dear Parents, Guardians and Students:
Welcome to Fremont High School – Home of the Tigers! It is my pleasure to personally welcome you to one of the top schools in the area.
Long known for its tradition of education excellence, Fremont High School has approximately 1300 students in grades 9-12 and runs a block schedule. Within the graduation requirements of the Fremont Public Schools you will find expectations that each student receives a well-rounded education that includes a unique combination of rigorous academic standards and achievement in an inviting school culture.
Fremont High School provides students many opportunities to learn and grow through dual credit college courses, advanced placement college courses and career technical education courses. As part of our requirements, students in the class of 2015 are expected to have four years in language arts, three years each in math, science and social sciences. Students also will benefit from focused classes in the world languages, fine arts (music, art and drama), information technology, business and the work place, industrial technology/architecture, family life skills and personal wellness. With the addition of a strong alternative education program and a long tradition of honors courses, students will find success, and be challenged.
As part of our vision we hope to prepare students to be life-long learners and good citizens in a culture of shared responsibility. We must prepare students for the 21st century. Our world has changed and is constantly evolving. Our primary responsibility is student learning and offering all students the educational opportunities that will maximize their potential in this changing world. Today’s world demands that each individual can think critically, create and communicate in a technology driven society. Fremont High School is committed to the use of technology in the process of teaching our students critical thinking skills to prepare them for today and tomorrow.
I am proud of the success of our students and the achievements of Fremont High School. I know that one of our greatest strengths is the pride and support that we have received in the community. It is this support that will continue to make Fremont High School one of the top schools in Nebraska.
I encourage you to contact me with your ideas, suggestions and concerns. I welcome your involvement as we work to provide the best possible education to the students of the Fremont community.
NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY FREMONT PUBLIC SCHOOLS POLICY STATEMENT ON COMPLIANCE WITH STATE AND FEDERAL LAW PROHIBITING DISCRIMINATION
It is the policy of the Board of Education of District Number 1 Fremont, Nebraska, to comply with Federal and State Law prohibiting discrimination and the requirements imposed by or pursuant to regulations issued thereto, to the end that no person shall, on the grounds of race, color, national origin, creed, religion, sex, marital status, with regard to public assistance, age or disability to be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination under any educational program or in employment, or recruitment, consideration, or selection: therefore, whether full-time or part-time under any educational program or activity operated by the district for which it receives federal financial assistance.
QUESTIONS OR CONCERNS RELATING TO THIS POLICY SHOULD BE DIRECTED TO
THE DISTRICT'S CIVIL RIGHT COORDINATOR –
Office of Human Resources, 130 East 9th Street, Fremont, Nebraska 68025, or call 402-727-3000
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