Finals will take place on Monday December 16- Thursday December 19. Friday December 20th is a Teacher Work Day and no classes will be held. To view the schedule please click here or visit the Bell Schedule page and click on the Special Schedule tab.
During Finals Week you will notice on the schedule an option for enrichment time. Fremont added this time to the finals schedule as times that are set aside for students to work with staff to finish up the semester (finals prep, make-up tests/work, final speeches/presentations, etc.). A teacher may or may not be available during enrichment time for drop in assistance. To ensure a teacher is available, please make prior arrangements with a teacher if you need assistance during a specific time. Teachers will let students know which enrichment times they are available for drop in assistance or for other specific tasks.
FHS PTSA is offering SAT and ACT test prep courses in Jan for students planning to give the tests in Spring. Registration information is available on the school website. Only 40 more spots are open. Last date to register for the courses is 15th Dec. For financial Aid is assistance, please visit the ASB Office.
FHS PTSA is is offering special priced SAT and ACT test prep courses to help prepare Fremont High students achieve their highest potential in the standardized tests. Enrollment is limited to 120 students so register early!
Course Dates: Jan 9th - March 12th on Thursdays (except Feb 20th)
Time: 3:45pm - 5:45pm (3:45pm - 7:15pm on practice test days)
Regular Cost: $150
Reduced Fee: $20. Please contact Ms. Moyoli for the registration and eligibility form. If submitting paper forms, please turn them in to Ms. Moyoli (ASB office)
for more information please visit the PTSA website.
The Choir is Fundraising with Goodwill on January 25th from 8:30-3pm. For more information please see the attached flyer.
The County of Santa Clara Public Health Department’s STD/HIV Prevention & Control Program and the Project More Foundation are happy to announce the official launch of the 2020 Viral Video Contest this month. According to the CDC, 1 in 2 sexually active youth will get an STD by age 25 and most will not know it. This is an exciting opportunity for Santa Clara County high school students to address this staggering statistic by creating a short video (30-90 seconds) that addresses stigma around STDs and testing, encourages safe sexual practices, and promotes healthy relationships. Winning students will be awarded up to $1,500 for themselves and $500 for their high school. Submission deadline is March 1, 2020.
Please share this great opportunity with high school students taking classes in sexual health education, video production, animation, and theater. For more information and to see winning videos from previous years, go to GoViralSCC.org.
For the Contest Rules, Consent Form, and Flyer, please click here.
PixelHacks IV was founded in 2016 as the Silicon Valley's first student-run, all-female high school hackathon. PixelHacks IV will be hosted on January 25-26, 2020 at Qualcomm (Santa Clara). Their goal is to help bridge the gender gap in tech and encourage high school girls to solve problems they face in their community using technology. In the last 2 years, they have empowered over 300 young women in various facets of tech across the Bay Area. No Fremont Staff will be present at this event to supervise.
This is a great opportunity for any female student who is interested in computer science, engineering, or entrepreneurship. Link to signup: https://tinyurl.com/registerpixelhacks For more information, please check out our website at www.pixelhacks.com or email them at email@example.com. For more information click here.
**This is not a Fremont High School Sponsored Event. No Fremont Staff or Representatives are associated with this event**
Come see our Advanced Drama students close off the semester with their showcase, titled “Splintered Time: Tales of Past & Present.” We’ve got classical monologues from Sophocles all the way to Oscar Wilde, AND student written monologues and scenes so new they just came off the printer! The show begins at 7pm THIS SATURDAY, December 14th, in the Fremont High School Shannon Theatre. Tickets are $5 at the door!
Tuesday December 10
Frosh-Soph Boys Basketball Tournament v Palo Alto, 8pm
Varsity Boys Basketball @ Homestead, 7pm
Girls Soccer v Harbor 4/6pm
Wednesday December 11
Frosh-Soph Boys Basketball Tournament, TBA
Thursday December 12
Frosh-Soph Boys Basketball Tournament, TBA
Girls Varsity Basketball @ TKA Tournament v Valley Christian, 8pm
Girls JV Soccer Firebird Tournament v Half Moon Bay 3:15pm
Girls Varsity Soccer Firebird Tournament v Capuchino, 6:30pm
Friday December 13
Girls Varsity Basketball @ TKA Tourney, TBA
Webber Lawson Wrestling Tournament 2ndman, TBA
Varsity Boys Basketball @ James Lick Tourney, TBA
Saturday December 14
Girls JV Soccer Firebird Tournament v Silver Creek, 3pm
Girls Varsity Soccer Firebird Tournament v Silver Creek, 9:45am
Girls Varsity Basketball @ TKA Tourney, TBA
Boys Basketball @ Silver Creek 4/5:30pm
Webber Lawson Wrestling Tournament, all day
Fremont is hosting a wrestling tournament next Friday and Saturday (December 13 & 14) we are in need of adult and student helpers to work in concessions. To sign up to volunteer please click on this link: https://signup.com/go/oNgADPb
Classes will not be held on Friday, December 20. Fremont High School will be closed for Mid Year Break between December 23 and January 3. School will resume on Monday January 6 with the regular 5 day week schedule.
Attention parents of current 10th Grade & 8th Grade (Incoming 9th) students!
FHS 2020 Residency Verification will take place Saturday, January 25th from 8:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. in the Fremont High School Library.
FHS Representatives will be visiting middle schools on the following evenings:
Cupertino Middle School: 1/8/2020, 6:00pm
Columbia Middle School: 1/15/2020, 6:30pm
Lawson Middle School: 1/16/2020, 6:00pm
Please bring ORIGINAL documents required to establish residency. See the list of documents on the letter mailed from the FUHSD office in December or go to the district website for complete instructions:
***To expedite your visit please bring the ORIGINAL and one copy of each document.
Great news! Career Day is back at FHS on Friday, January 31st, 2020, and we need your help to make this event possible!
We are looking for a diverse group of careers/occupations that include but are not limited to the following:
-Business & Finance
-Arts, Media & Entertainment
-Education, Child Development & Family Services
-Engineering & Architecture
-Health Sciences & Medical Technology
-Information & Communication Technology
If you know of a friend, family member, or former colleague who would be interested in participating, please help us spread the word and reach out to them!
The anticipated time commitment is from 9:15am - 11am.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
The Tech Challenge is ready to launch, but you are needed! If you are great at communication, problem solving, and able to collaborate in a group, join the Tech Challenge!
Thee Tech Challenge is in its 33rd year and wants Fremont High School Students todesigv, document and develop solutions to real world problems.
Information Clinics will take place on December 7, January 11, and February 1 and 8.
Silicon Valley Clean Energy is seeking high school students to participate in the Bike to the Future design and innovation scholarship competition. a team of Fremont High School students won this competition in 2018! Last year, a team from Homestead High School claimed the first-place title and $7500 scholarship prize.
What is Bike to the Future?
Silicon Valley Clean Energy’s Bike to the Future scholarship competition provides high school students an opportunity to participate in clean transportation design, electrification, environmental innovation, and hands-on engineering as teams given an $1000 budget construct an electric bike from scratch and compete with the chance to win $18,000 in scholarship awards, including two new bonus awards; the best team spirit and best sportsmanship award, each valued at $1,000.
How can students participate?
Students who are interested can attend a orientation on Jan. 15, at the Sunnyvale Community Center.
Competition day is on May 2, 2020 and located at the Santa Clara County Fairgrounds.
The City of Cupertino and the Cupertino Historical Society + Museum are co-sponsoring an Essay Contest for Middle and High School Students in honor of our latest exhibit: “Homage to the Information Technology Revolution.” For information on essay prompts, prizes and to sign up to receive updates, please sign up here. Winning essayists will be invited to speak at a one-day symposium in the Spring of 2020.