Fremont Public School District is a public school district located in Fremont, MI. It has 2,132 students in grades K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 19 to 1. According to state test scores, 44% of students are at least proficient in math and 46% in reading.
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Fremont Public School District Reviews
I enjoyed my experience at Fremont Public High School the four years that I attended as a High School student. The teachers are great, the environment is exceptional, and the opportunities that I had available to me after I graduated were amazing!
The experience at Fremont High School is excellent. Everyone is so friendly and inviting. Students go out of their was to make new students feel welcomed. Most of the teachers at Fremont Schools have lots of experience with students and teaching. Students can always go to them during prep hours or even after school to get help on their school work or even just encouragement; the teachers always strive to know you’re doing well. Also, a major benefit of this school is the food. The lunch lines have multiple options to chose from, there’s also healthy options and fresh fruit. There is also a vast variety of classes so everyone is able to fit in; for example, this school provides ap classes, art, woodshop, and zoology. One negative of this whole school district is the lack of diversity. The students here are not used to other beliefs or races because they’re constantly surrounded by the same social class.
Fremont High School was a pretty alright. I attended the high school for one year which was freshman year. It wasn't the best experience. There were a few teachers that were really good at what they do, but most of them were not anything special. My chemical science teacher was not good at teaching. He handed me a book and piece of paper to learn the chapter. Most of the people always cheated on his tests. That was the only way you would pass his class. The students weren't overly friendly. They were pretty mean and obnoxious actually. I heard plenty of kids dealing drugs in the hallway too. I didn't really like that school. After freshman year I decided to finish high school homeschooling.