The school first opened in 1924 and is named after John C. Frémont. The school is in LAUSD's District 7 and runs on a three-track system. There are 5,083 students enrolled (2,914 more than the state average), with 11% of the student body African-American and 89% Latino. The name of the school newspaper is "The Pathfinder".<!-- Image with unknown copyright status removed: -->
Fremont opened in 1924.
Small school learning communities
John C. Fremont High School was one of the first schools in the United States to divide the school into "small schools". Each of the thirteen Small Learning Communities (SLCs), averaging 400 students each, is given a section of the school campus, and most of the classes take place in that section. For example, one of the small schools might be assigned classes on the first and second floors of the main... Read More