First Day of Instruction Tuesday, August 14                    Short Day Dismissal                    School Starts at 8:00 a.m. and Ends at 1:25 p.m. on Tuesday, August, 14

John C. Fremont High School

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John C. Fremont A-G Counselors and the College Empowerment School Social Worker supervised a fieldtrip of twenty students from all grade levels to the Black College Expo at Narbonne High School on February 8, 2018. All six of Fremont’s seniors who attended received on the spot acceptance into at least one Historically Black College (HBCU). Students were asked to bring transcripts, tests scores, letters of recommendations, and were interviewed before receiving their acceptance. Both Tamera Hull and Tobias Felton received a scholarship for $2,000. In addition, Riana Edwards received acceptance into six HBCU’s and received a $3,000 scholarship! This collaboration between LAUSD and The Black College Expo exposed students to the possibilities of HBCU’s as viable options, and provided more opportunities for students of color to attend college. Students who were accepted to the HBCU's: SirPatrick Brown was accepted to: Concordia College Alabama Riana Edwards was accepted to: Bethune-Cookman University Concordia College Alabama (received $3,000 scholarship) Lincoln University Philander Smith College Shaw University Talladega University Tobias Felton was accepted to: Concordia College Alabama (received $2,000 scholarship) Grambling State University Tamera Hull was accepted to: Bethune-Cookman University Concordia College Alabama (received $2,000 scholarship) Harris-Stowe State University Lane University Shaw University Qua’jaira Lemard was accepted to: Concordia College Alabama Lane College Talladega University Natalie Segura Concordia College Alabama Talladega University Fremont Staff Participants: A-G Diploma Program Counselors, Diana Delgado and Tashika Le Sure College Empowerment School Social Worker, Carletha Cephas