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Four Star School

Fremont High School Recognized as a Four Star School Again

The Indiana Department of Education recently announced that Fremont High School has been awarded the Four Star distinction for the third time in seven years.  The high school earned the honor in 2017-18, 2014-15 and 2011-12.  Created in 1988 by the Department of Education, the Four Star School Award has been in existence for nearly 30 years and signifies a pursuit of academic excellence among both the students and the teachers of a school. To receive a Four Star designation, a school must receive an “A” on the state’s A-F accountability system and have excellent ISTEP+ pass rates.   Fremont High School won the award one other time in 1994.


Performance Qualified High School

The Indiana Department of Education and the Office of School Accountability & Accreditation would like to congratulate you on your school corporation’s 2017-18 A-F school performance! Your High School has received the status of a Performance Qualified High School for the 2019-20 school year. 

In order to be eligible for the performance qualified program, a school must receive an A for the previous school year. A high school remains designated as a qualified district until it either receives a C or lower for one school year, or receives a B or lower for two consecutive school years.

WHAT THIS MEANS:
IC 20-30-2-2 requires that the instructional day for grades 1-6 consist of at least 5 hours of instructional time, and the instructional day for grades 7-12 consist of at least 6 hours of instructional time. However, a school that is eligible for the performance qualified school program may exercise some flexibility around these instructional time requirements.


IC 20-24.2-4-2 provides that a performance qualified high school does not have to provide 180 student instructional days so long as the total number of instructional minutes provided in a school year meets the required timeframe.

  • For grades 1-6 that looks like 54,000 minutes of required instructional time (5 hours * 180 days = 900 hours * 60 minutes = 54,000 minutes)
  • For grades 7-12 that looks like 64,800 minutes of required instructional time ( 6 hours * 180 days = 1080 hours * 60 minutes = 64,800 minutes)





Scholarship Foundation

 

FREMONT COMMUNITY SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION


The Fremont Community Scholarship Foundation is a unique scholarship program exclusively for Fremont High School students. The program was once a part of Scholarship America — Dollars for Scholars but is now an independent community organization. The Foundation is a not-for-profit organization and is operated solely by community volunteers whose mission is to assist all graduating seniors in their future education and careers.

WHO IS ELIGIBLE FOR SCHOLARSHIPS?
Every graduating senior of Fremont High School is eligible. Awards are not based on subjective comparisons. Each student accumulates money based on his/her own merit and efforts. Students begin to accumulate money from their first day of enrollment at Fremont High School through their graduation.

HOW ARE SCHOLARSHIPS EARNED?
While attending Fremont High School, a student will earn $25 for every A letter grade received in a semester. For every B letter grade, the amount is $15. Vocational students enrolled through Fremont High School will earn $50 for each Vocational Certification they receive. Every student that graduates with an Academic Honors Diploma or a Technical Honors Diploma will earn an additional $100. The maximum award each student can receive is $1500. The Fremont High School Guidance Office Staff l‹eeps a record of all student grades.

HOW ARE SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED?
Each Fremont High School Graduate will receive a personalized scholarship claim form along with their Fremont High School Diploma. The claim form will include the amount of scholarship money earned while attending Fremont High School. In order to receive the award, the student must be enrolled in an accredited post-secondary institution to continue their education or training immediately following graduation. Students just need to fill out the Claim Form with the name and address of the University or Technical Training Institution they plan to attend and a checl‹ will be sent directly to the School.

HOW ARE FUNDS PROVIDED?
The Fremont Community Scholarship Foundation began in 1977 when the estate of Gerald Seagly gave
$6250 to Fremont Community Schools to establish a scholarship program. Over the years, funds have been donated by individuals, clubs, organizations, families, businesses and estate bequeaths. Thanks to the generosity of the Fremont community and prudent investing, the Fremont Scholarship fund has grown to a balance in excess of $500,000 while giving scholarship money to over 1000 graduates. All funds are held at the Steuben County Community Foundation so all donations are tax exempt.
HOW MUCH HAS BEEN AWARDED?
Fremont High School graduates have been awarded more than $450,000 over the last 28 years. Annual cash awards average $17,000 per year.

HOW CAN YOU HELP?
If you would like to donate money, volunteer, or seek additional information about the program, please contact the Fremont Community Schools Superintendent's Office at 260-495-5005.

Fremont High School Yearbook

It’s time to purchase your 2021-2022 FHS Yearbook!

You can order online or place your order

with Mrs. Knisely in the library.


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Link to TreeRing

  • Congratulations FHS!

    Four Star School

    Fremont High School Recognized as a Four Star School Again

    The Indiana Department of Education recently announced that Fremont High School has been awarded the Four Star distinction for the third time in seven years.  The high school earned the honor in 2017-18, 2014-15 and 2011-12.  Created in 1988 by the Department of Education, the Four Star School Award has been in existence for nearly 30 years and signifies a pursuit of academic excellence among both the students and the teachers of a school. To receive a Four Star designation, a school must receive an “A” on the state’s A-F accountability system and have excellent ISTEP+ pass rates.   Fremont High School won the award one other time in 1994.


    Performance Qualified High School

    The Indiana Department of Education and the Office of School Accountability & Accreditation would like to congratulate you on your school corporation’s 2017-18 A-F school performance! Your High School has received the status of a Performance Qualified High School for the 2019-20 school year. 

    In order to be eligible for the performance qualified program, a school must receive an A for the previous school year. A high school remains designated as a qualified district until it either receives a C or lower for one school year, or receives a B or lower for two consecutive school years.

    WHAT THIS MEANS:
    IC 20-30-2-2 requires that the instructional day for grades 1-6 consist of at least 5 hours of instructional time, and the instructional day for grades 7-12 consist of at least 6 hours of instructional time. However, a school that is eligible for the performance qualified school program may exercise some flexibility around these instructional time requirements.


    IC 20-24.2-4-2 provides that a performance qualified high school does not have to provide 180 student instructional days so long as the total number of instructional minutes provided in a school year meets the required timeframe.

    • For grades 1-6 that looks like 54,000 minutes of required instructional time (5 hours * 180 days = 900 hours * 60 minutes = 54,000 minutes)
    • For grades 7-12 that looks like 64,800 minutes of required instructional time ( 6 hours * 180 days = 1080 hours * 60 minutes = 64,800 minutes)





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    FREMONT COMMUNITY SCHOLARSHIP FOUNDATION


    The Fremont Community Scholarship Foundation is a unique scholarship program exclusively for Fremont High School students. The program was once a part of Scholarship America — Dollars for Scholars but is now an independent community organization. The Foundation is a not-for-profit organization and is operated solely by community volunteers whose mission is to assist all graduating seniors in their future education and careers.

    WHO IS ELIGIBLE FOR SCHOLARSHIPS?
    Every graduating senior of Fremont High School is eligible. Awards are not based on subjective comparisons. Each student accumulates money based on his/her own merit and efforts. Students begin to accumulate money from their first day of enrollment at Fremont High School through their graduation.

    HOW ARE SCHOLARSHIPS EARNED?
    While attending Fremont High School, a student will earn $25 for every A letter grade received in a semester. For every B letter grade, the amount is $15. Vocational students enrolled through Fremont High School will earn $50 for each Vocational Certification they receive. Every student that graduates with an Academic Honors Diploma or a Technical Honors Diploma will earn an additional $100. The maximum award each student can receive is $1500. The Fremont High School Guidance Office Staff l‹eeps a record of all student grades.

    HOW ARE SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED?
    Each Fremont High School Graduate will receive a personalized scholarship claim form along with their Fremont High School Diploma. The claim form will include the amount of scholarship money earned while attending Fremont High School. In order to receive the award, the student must be enrolled in an accredited post-secondary institution to continue their education or training immediately following graduation. Students just need to fill out the Claim Form with the name and address of the University or Technical Training Institution they plan to attend and a checl‹ will be sent directly to the School.

    HOW ARE FUNDS PROVIDED?
    The Fremont Community Scholarship Foundation began in 1977 when the estate of Gerald Seagly gave
    $6250 to Fremont Community Schools to establish a scholarship program. Over the years, funds have been donated by individuals, clubs, organizations, families, businesses and estate bequeaths. Thanks to the generosity of the Fremont community and prudent investing, the Fremont Scholarship fund has grown to a balance in excess of $500,000 while giving scholarship money to over 1000 graduates. All funds are held at the Steuben County Community Foundation so all donations are tax exempt.
    HOW MUCH HAS BEEN AWARDED?
    Fremont High School graduates have been awarded more than $450,000 over the last 28 years. Annual cash awards average $17,000 per year.

    HOW CAN YOU HELP?
    If you would like to donate money, volunteer, or seek additional information about the program, please contact the Fremont Community Schools Superintendent's Office at 260-495-5005.

  • It’s time to purchase your 2021-2022 FHS Yearbook!

    You can order online or place your order

    with Mrs. Knisely in the library.


    0001

    Link to TreeRing

 
    • Administrative Office

      Fremont Community Schools
      Dr. William Stitt, Superintendent
      1100 West Toledo Street
      Mailing: P.O. Box 665
      Fremont, Indiana 46737

      Voice: (260) 495-5005
      Fax: (260) 495-9798

      High School

      Fremont High School
      701 W. Toledo St.
      Mailing: P.O. Box 655
      Fremont, IN 46737

      Voice: (260) 495-9876
      Fax: 260-495-1838

      Mark Sherbondy, Principal
      Roger Probst, Athletic Director
      Holli Miller, Guidance Counselor

      Middle School

      Fremont Middle School
      811 West Renee Drive
      Mailing: P.O. Box 770
      Fremont, IN 46737

      Voice: 260-495-6100
      Fax: 260-495-7301

      Greg Mohler, Principal
      Scott LaPlace, Athletic Director
      Michelle Thiele, Guidance Director
    • Elementary

      Fremont Elementary School
      501 Toledo St.
      Fremont, IN 46737

      Voice: (260)-495-4385
      Fax: (260)-495-2133

      Mr. Eric Bryan, Principal
      Melissa Duncan, Student Services Director

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  • Principal's Message

    A imageSuccess at Fremont High School is built on a solid base of academic fundamentals. We are maximizing the benefits of the block-4 scheduling. The flexibility of the block-4 allows students to progress through required courses quickly and move on to the advanced placement, dual credit, and career classes as well as industry certifications through IMPACT Institute. Students needing assistance in math and English are able to spend more time in year-long classes to gain the skills and confidence needed to become successful graduates. These extended classes allow teachers to move at the student’s pace and re-teach difficult concepts. The vision for Fremont High School is that all students will graduate prepared for future learning and fulfilling careers. This vision for all students is attained in the individual classrooms. The most important thing that happens in a school is the interaction between the teacher and the student on a daily basis. All decisions at Fremont High School are based on how choices will impact instruction and learning.

    – Mr. Mark Sherbondy, Principal
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