Fremont Public Schools Building Locations
Fremont High School has approximately 1400 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 Middle School has approximately 670 students in grades 7 and 8. FMS implements a middle school model that is research-based, designed for students who are not quite adults, yet certainly no longer children. FMS recognizes and celebrates the middle level with specialized programming designed specifically for the preteen student.
Johnson Crossing Academic Center has approximately 690 students which are split into 7 teams. We have four 5th grade teams and three 6th grade teams that are made up of 3-5 teachers and have from 70-120 students per team. This provides a small school feel so students and teachers to get to know each other, fostering a more personalized education.
Clarmar Elementary provides a safe and positive learning environment where everyone is encouraged to work together and succeed. We hold high expectations for student learning to further academic and lifelong success.
Grant Elementary serves students from Pre-school through 4th grade. Students here benefit from a low student/teacher ratio, moreover the addition of Midland students, give an even more personalized education.
Linden Elementary is a certified Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (PBiS) school, which focuses on proactive strategies for teaching appropriate student behavior to create a positive school environment.
Milliken Park Elementary partners with students, parents and the community to strive for the students’ highest achievement, to promote life-long learning, and to help students demonstrate responsible citizenship.
Washington Elementary is committed to making all of our families feel welcome. Washington bi-lingual (English and Spanish) staff members work with students to help them learn English in all academic areas.
The mission of the Early Childhood Development Center is to create a community partnership between school and family in which children develop creativity, self-confidence, persistence, social skills, pre-academic, competency, and achieve developmental milestones.