Fremont Public Schools are a class A district serving a growing and diverse community from preschool to twelfth grade while retaining the accessibility one would expect in a small town like ours.
Whether you are new to the community or your children have previously attended here, we extend to you our sincerest of welcomes to Fremont Public Schools.
Our district covers more than 60 square miles in area. Fremont Public Schools is overseen by a Board of Education consisting of 6 elected members. It includes more than 5,300 students, 374 certified staff, and 321 classified staff district-wide.
Fremont High School, grades 9-12, strives to provide an environment that allows all students to achieve high academic and behavior standards as they prepare for higher education and or the diverse job market of the 21st century.
Fremont Middle School, grades 7 and 8, and Johnson Crossing Academic Center, grades 5 and 6 endeavor to build and promote an attitude of positive achievement as students transition from primary to secondary education. The proximity of these campuses is an intentional effort to this end.
Fremont Public Schools seven PK-4 schools aim to meet the needs of all students, seeking the foundational growth and development of the future of our community and beyond. At Fremont Public Schools, we know and care for our kids.
Extracurricular activities abound for students to explore passions. The Tigers have won multiple state championships in athletics including cross country, track, basketball, football, golf, bowling and many individual state championships in multiple sports. Active clubs and honor societies provide leadership opportunities for all students. The district calendar has minimal interruptions to maximize classroom learning time.
We at Fremont Public Schools also purpose to serve our special and alternative needs community remembering that every student deserves a safe, positive learning environment. Our commitment is to all our students and their families.
With a commitment to everything from early childhood development, to award-winning vocational training, to partnerships with local higher education, we are confident that Fremont Public Schools will continue to be a positive influence on the lives of our students.
What makes Fremont standout is its close-knit yet welcoming community. With a downtown district that has local shops and eateries and recreational attractions like a state of the art YMCA and the Fremont Lakes State Recreational Area there is plenty of activity for all. With a reasonable cost of living, and family-friendly atmosphere, Fremont, Nebraska offers an ideal setting to put down roots.