Fremont City School District Highlights
- Serves 4,200 students that come from a wide range of social and cultural backgrounds.
- The PK-12 program is provided in seven elementary buildings (Atkinson, Croghan, Hayes, Lutz, Otis, Stamm, Washington), one middle school (Fremont Middle School), and one high school (Fremont Ross High School).
- The district employs 289 certified staff and 161 classified staff.
- More than 60% of Fremont’s teachers have Masters Degrees.
- The district collaborates with a variety of organizations such as Business Advisory Council, Fremont Area Foundation, Learning and Liberty Foundation, Parent Teacher Organizations, Academic Boosters, Athletic Boosters, Music Boosters, Faith Community, Levy Committees and Concerned Citizens. These groups have contributed to the district’s successes, including attaining an effective rating on the State of Ohio Report Card for five consecutive years.
- Fremont’s schools are guided by a carefully developed Comprehensive Continuous Improvement Plan.
- Fremont is proud of its comprehensive course offerings including Advanced Placement, Post Secondary Education Option classes, Gifted programming, full-day kindergarten, tutoring programs and summer programming.
- Fremont works closely and partners with Vanguard-Sentinel Career and Technology Centers and Terra State Community College.
- Fremont offers a wealth of co-curricular and extracurricular opportunities. Fremont’s athletic programs are respected state-wide and many of its athletic facilities, including a newly-constructed natatorium, are models of excellence. Its Performing and Visual Arts programs (K-12) are recognized for their quality every year.
- Thanks to the support of the Fremont community, a newly constructed middle school was opened January 19, 2012.
- Fremont City Schools achieved an Excellent rating on the State of Ohio Preliminary District Report Card for the 2011-2012 school year.
Superintendent: Dr. Traci McCaudy
Principal: Larry Kisabeth
Athletic Director: Chad Berndt
Fremont Ross Team Highlights
- 2010 GBC Champions Football Playoff Qualifier
- 2010 District Runner-up Volleyball
- 2011 District Runner-up Girls Swimming
- 2009 District Runner-up Girls Softball
- 2010 GBC Champions Boys Track
- 2010 OHSAA Harold Meier Award winner for Sportsmanship
- Boys Swimming and Diving and – 1936, 1938, 1939, 1941, 1942, 1943, 1953
- Boys Golf – 1973
Rob Lytle, Class of 1973, was a 2 time All American football star at the University of Michigan and later played for the Denver Broncos in the NFL.
Bob Brudzinski, Class of 1973, was a 1976 All-America at The Ohio State University and later played for the Los Angeles Rams and Miami Dolphins in the NFL.
Charles Woodson, Class of 1995, was named Ohio’s Mr. Football after his senior season. He attended the University of Michigan and went on to win the 1997 Heisman Trophy — the first and still the only primarily defensive player to win this award. He was selected in the 1st round of the 1998 NFL draft by the Oakland Raiders and would later be traded to the Green Bay Packers. During his 15 seasons in the NFL, Woodson was named to the Pro Bowl six times; won Super Bowl XLV, and was named the NFL’s Defensive Player of the Year in 2010.
Earl Christy class of 1940 won the 1940 State Diving championship.
Timothy Lull class of 1961 served as President of Pacific Lutheran Seminary (ELCA) in Berkeley, California