Fremont Elementary School is one of nineteen schools in the Alhambra Unified School District of Los Angeles County. The District has one pre-school, thirteen K-8 schools, three comprehensive high schools, and two alternative high schools. The District is located approximately ten miles east of downtown Los Angeles in the western San Gabriel Valley of Los Angeles County. The District serves approximately 17,500 students in the cities of Alhambra, Monterey Park, San Gabriel, and Rosemead.
Fremont Elementary School is located at 2001 South Elm Street in the city of Alhambra. The school first opened in 1912. Fremont School is Alhambra’s fourth school, originally consisting of a cottage, which was originally removed from Granada School to Fair Oaks Avenue, later renamed Fremont Avenue, during the summer of 1912.
Please see our most recent School Accountability Report Card SARC Report for updates on Conditions of Learning, Pupil Outcomes and Puipl/Parent Engagement.
The enrollment for 2020-2021 was 563 students ranging from Kindergarten to 8th grade. Fremont Elementary-Home of the Chargers-supports a K-8 traditional track and a Spanish Dual Language Immersion (DLI) program for K-4th grade.
The Dual Language Immersion Program is based on a 90/10 model setting, beginning in Kindergarten. The site plans to continue to grow the DLI through grade 8, adding a grade level each year. Please see the Spanish Dual Immersion Program link under the Academics tab.
The CA Dashboard is our most recent accountability system since 2017. It includes academic data from the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP), academic engagement (attendance) and School Conditions/Climate.
Fremont School is a three-time Title I Achieving School, a two-time California Distinguished School, and two-time Governor’s Performance Award recipient.