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General Public

Fremont Football Ticket Sales


  • Parents go to:
  • Must use Parent Portal Account to log in.
  • Select link to pay student fees
  • Select Athletics, then Football (it will not show until tickets go on sale). Only 4 tickets per football family.
  • If you purchase wristbands during the pre-sale and during the general sale, we can't guarantee that you will be in the same section. We will do our best.
  • Parents pick up wristbands on Wednesday (only) from 3:30pm - 5:00pm at the Drivers Ed Range
  • Tickets not picked up will be given to football players at practice to bring home.

General Public

  • General Public go to:
  • Select Fremont High School
  • Select Football tickets (it will not show until tickets go on sale)
  • Pick up wristbands on Wednesday (only) from 3:30pm - 5:00pm at Drivers Ed Range.
  • Tickets not picked up will not be available at the gate.

Timeline: Homecoming vs Syracuse (Friday September 18th)

Monday & Tuesday 7:30am - 2:00pm

Parents of Varsity players only. Purchase tickets through parent portal. Four tickets per varsity fooball player.

**Silverline, Cheer, & Band - wristbands pick up from coaches. Coaches will communicate times.

Wednesday 7:30am - 2:00pm

General Public wristbands sold online through FHS website.

Wednesday 3:00pm - 5:00pm

Wristband pickup at Drivers Ed Range

Friday 7:00am - 7:40am

Limited number of wristbands given to students in the Gym. Only one wristband per student. First come, first serve.

Game Day

No tickets will be sold at gate. No wristbands will be given at gate.


Wristbands must be on to enter through the main gate. Wristbands will be marked with the section that you need to sit in. This is a regulation for contact tracing.


Limited seating - North gate opens at 6:00pm.

Advance tickets - everyone will sign for wristbands when picked up.

Health Department - regulations are 50% capacity for our stadium.

Masks - masks must be worn while attending this event. Please social distance from those who are not in your family.

Small Children - 3 years and older must have wrist band to enter. Students not in High School must stay in bleachers with parents.

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Scary Story Contest 2020

Now is the hour to bring your most haunting stories to life! It's time for the FHS Scary Story Contest.

Listen to your ghostly imagination and let the ghouls of creativity fly. But remember after the deadline of 3 P.M. on October 13, 2020, your words will become as silent as the grave.

1st and 2nd place will be published in the school's literary magazine, The Howl Chronicles, and receive cash treasure.

Requirements for the story:

  • emailed to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
  • typed, double spaced
  • no longer than FIVE pages
  • your original work
  • language and content should be appropriate for a public school setting.

Haunt room B207 and you will find the entry form. If you have any quesitons, rattle them off to Miss Guiver and she will help you summon the answers.

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Weber School District mailed a second round of ACT vouchers to all current 12th grade students who weren't able to participate in the free administration of the ACT in June or July. Students and/or parents should go to to register.

Keep in mind that the September and October administrations will be the last two chances for students to test using a voucher to cover the cost.

Register Today!

Registration Information: 2020-2021

July 6th: Parents can begin the Online enrollment process. This means parents can read the enrollment documents and digitally sign them.

July 20th: Parents can begin paying for school fees online. Once a parent pays for a fee online then a flag is marked in the student record that fees have been paid. This is true even if a fee is waived.

August 5th: Schedules for secondary students will be displayed in the portal once fees are paid for the student. For example, a parent pays for student fees on August 10th at 8am, then the schedule will display in the portal at 8:30am.
For all students marked as paid before August 5th, an email will be sent out on August 5th indicating that they can view their schedule in the portal. After August 5th the student will receive an email by the end of the day indicating that their schedule is available in the portal.

August 24th: Schedules will display in the portal for ALL students - even those that have not paid fees.

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Have you ever considered joining the Fremont mountain bike team?  It’s open to all girls and boys entering 9th – 12th grade next fall, and now is the time to sign up.  The team begins practices in early summer and then their race season is August through October. 

If you’re an experienced mountain biker that’s a plus, but it’s not a requirement.  What is required is an interest in biking, in exploring the awesome mountain trails here in Northern Utah and a willingness to test yourself aerobically.  And everyone on the team is eligible to race every race.  There aren’t any roster cuts or starting lineups in mountain biking.

 If you’re interested in signing up or just want more info, text Coach Dave at 801-866-3755.

Also, there is a Fremont Junior Development team for riders entering 7th or 8th grade next fall.  Coach Dave can give you info on that team too.

Tryouts for the 2020-2021 school year for Silverline, Cheer, and Dance will be held on the following days and times. Please contact coaches for more information.

Silverline: Monday May 4th 8 a.m. - 1 p.m.; Individuals will be assigned a time

Cheer: Wednesday May 6th and Thursday May 7th; Individuals will be assigned a time

Dance: Wednesday May 13th 8 a.m. - 1 p.m.; Individuals will be assigned a time

Attention To All Seniors


Jostens will be at Fremont High School on Friday, May 1, 2020 to hand out caps and gowns for graduation. It will be a drive-up delivery. Please enter on the southwest side of the school and the caps and gowns will be handed out in front of the school. A Jostens representative will hand you your order through your car window. They will be there from 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.. To avoid long lines and wait times, the alphabet will be divided in the following 40-minute segments:

Last Name starts with A-H: Pick up at 11:00 a.m. to 11:40 a.m.

Last Name starts with I-Q: Pick up at 11:40 a.m. to 12:20 p.m.

Last Name starts with R-Z: Pick up at 12:20 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.

If you cannot make it at your allotted time, please come anytime in the hour.

Please write your last name on a full-size sheet of paper (8 1/2 X 11) and place it in your front window when you get in line for pick-up. This will help us assist you faster. Also, you will need a photo ID to pick up your cap and gown.

To help expedite the process, please check online at to make sure your order is paid in full. If a balance is due, please pay online or by phone at 1-800-JOSTENS (567-8367) before the delivery.

There are still several students who have not ordered a cap and gown. If you haven't ordered a cap and gown, you can still order one by calling 1-800-JOSTENS or order online at Please order ASAP so we can assure that we have your size.

Please make every effort to get your order on Friday, May 1st.

Thank you,


Read the latest article from Hope4Utah, founders of Hope Squad.

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Disaster often strikes quickly and without warning, local officers and responders will be overwhelmed due to the chaos. Having knowledge of what to do and having an emergency plan in place is your best protection. At Fremont High we think that preparing for emergency situations is vital and have curated a four step plan to further prepare you and your families: 

  1. Consider your environment and location and find out what types of emergencies could potentially occur near you
    • Winter storm, wildland fire, earthquake, cold/heat wave, fires, hazardous materials 
  2. Create a disaster plan with your family according to the disasters that may occur in your area. Assign a designated meeting area and evacuation paths.
  3. Use this checklist as an aid in your emergency planning:
    • Post emergency telephone numbers by phones
    • Teach children how and when to call 9-1-1
    • Show each family member how to turn off water, gas, and electricity
    • Check that you have adequate insurance coverage
    • Teach each family member how to use a fire extinguisher
    • Install smoke detectors
    • Conduct a home hazard hunt
    • Stock emergency supplies and assemble a disaster supplies kit
    • Take a Red Cross first aid and CPR class
  4. Practice and maintain your plan by quizzing your children, conducting drills, adding to storage, etc. 

By following this four step plan you and your family will not be left feeling underprepared and stressed due to the mayhem that is and follows a disaster. 

Fremont’s Community Emergency Response Team is designed to raise awareness and further prepare and protect the community in the case of a disaster. The CERT team is trained in an online course, four hands-on sessions, and a mass casualty simulation. CERT classes are offered during the spring and fall. For more information talk to Shannon Iseminger at Fremont in room B-121 or via email (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.). 


Enrollment for Weber State Concurrent Enrollment is now open for the Spring 2020 semester. 

The deadline to register for Spring courses is Friday February 7, 2020.

Instructions and deadlines can be found at

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