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Mission, Vision & Student Learner Outcomes

Vision: At John C. Fremont High School, all students become critical thinkers, community leaders, and effective communicators.  Through Linked Learning industry pathways and student-centered instruction, we will achieve 100% graduation and proficiency for all. By celebrating our diverse student body and focusing on positive behavior and social-emotional learning, our students and staff foster an equitable learning environment. The Fremont community aspires to be a home for lifelong learners and prepares all students for their future.


Mission: Fremont High School prepares and empowers its diverse student population with 21st-century skills to ensure and exceed proficiency as measured by state and national standards. Through industry-aligned projects and authentic assessments, students will engage in relevant pedagogy that prepares them for a successful life after high school. Through the commitment of our community partnerships and multi-tiered systems of support, all students will graduate college-prepared and career-ready.


Student Learner Outcomes:

Critical Thinkers

Community Leaders

Effective Communicators


Fremont Students are Critical Thinkers who:

  • Determine the importance and relevance of arguments and ideas
  • Identify issues and work to solve them
  • Analyze, synthesize and evaluate data
  • Make logical connections between ideas
  • Acknowledge multiple conclusions and solutions
  • Are open and tolerant of varying ideas and perspectives
  • Use a wide array of 21st century skills to solve real world problems
  • Reflect on the justification of their own and others assumptions, beliefs and values
  • Can use claims, evidence and reasoning to support their arguments
  • Are independent and reflective learners


Fremont Students are Community Leaders Who:

  • Direct their own learning
  • Are proactively engaged in a global community
  • Work to develop consensus amongst divergent views/groups
  • Work well with others to meet a common community goal/cause
  • Set challenging and achievable goals for themselves
  • Are informed members of society that responsibly advocate for their community
  • Raise awareness and educate the community
  • Apply their talents and abilities to develop their awareness and contribute to their communities


Fremont Students are Effective Communicators Who:

  • Demonstrate the ability to express thought and listen to feedback
  • Demonstrate college and career ready communication skills through rigorous academics and the work-based learning continuum
  • Demonstrate their mastery of learning through multiple modalities
  • Receive feedback from peers, instructors, and industry professionals to make modifications to tasks and reach proficiency
  • Mobilize resources to address concerns in collaboration with the community
  • Listen with an open mind to diverse viewpoints
  • Communicate with intention through a variety of mediums to inform, instruct, persuade, and motivate a wide range of audiences