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Barker, Troy Teacher 260-495-9876
Bavis, Rachel Teacher 260-495-9876
Beard, Katlyn Teacher 260-495-9876
Camp, Joe Teacher 260-495-9876
Dirig, James Teacher 260-495-9876
Dirig, Joyce Teacher 260-495-9876
Emerick, Kelly Secretary 260-495-9876
Fowler, Betsy Teacher 260-495-9876
Frain, Angel Teacher 260-495-9876
Frantz, Neal Teacher 260-495-9876
Hardwick, Melissa Teacher 260-495-9876
Harris, Laura Teacher 260-495-9876
Hummer, Jim Teacher 260-495-9876
Knisely, Lorie Instructional Assistant 260-495-9876
Koch, Sarah Teacher 260-495-9876
Miller, Ashley Secretary 260-495-9876
Miller, Holli Guidance 260-495-9876
Mitchell, Tony Teacher 260-495-9876
Orme, Courtney Teacher 260-495-9876
Probst, Roger Athletic Director 260-495-9876
Rahal, Tami Teacher 260-495-9876
Sherbondy, Cheryl Teacher 260-495-9876
Sherbondy, Mark Principal 260-495-9876
Taylor, Laura Teacher 260-495-9876
Wirick, Angela Teacher 260-495-9876
Wirick, Eric Teacher 260-495-9876
 
    • Administrative Office

      Fremont Community Schools
      Dr. William Stitt, Superintendent
      1100 West Toledo Street
      Mailing: P.O. Box 665
      Fremont, Indiana 46737

      Voice: (260) 495-5005
      Fax: (260) 495-9798

      High School

      Fremont High School
      701 W. Toledo St.
      Mailing: P.O. Box 655
      Fremont, IN 46737

      Voice: (260) 495-9876
      Fax: 260-495-1838

      Mark Sherbondy, Principal
      Roger Probst, Athletic Director

      Middle School

      Fremont Middle School
      811 West Renee Drive
      Mailing: P.O. Box 770
      Fremont, IN 46737

      Voice: 260-495-6100
      Fax: 260-495-7301

      Greg Mohler, Principal
      Scott LaPlace, Athletic Director
      Michelle Thiele, Guidance Director
    • Elementary

      Fremont Elementary School
      501 Toledo St.
      Fremont, IN 46737

      Voice: (260)-495-4385
      Fax: (260)-495-2133

      Mr. Eric Bryan, Principal
      Melissa Duncan, Student Services Director

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  • Principal's Message

    A imageSuccess at Fremont High School is built on a solid base of academic fundamentals. We are maximizing the benefits of the block-4 scheduling. The flexibility of the block-4 allows students to progress through required courses quickly and move on to the advanced placement, dual credit, and career classes as well as industry certifications through IMPACT Institute. Students needing assistance in math and English are able to spend more time in year-long classes to gain the skills and confidence needed to become successful graduates. These extended classes allow teachers to move at the student’s pace and re-teach difficult concepts. The vision for Fremont High School is that all students will graduate prepared for future learning and fulfilling careers. This vision for all students is attained in the individual classrooms. The most important thing that happens in a school is the interaction between the teacher and the student on a daily basis. All decisions at Fremont High School are based on how choices will impact instruction and learning.

    – Mr. Mark Sherbondy, Principal
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