Weather related school closings  To help our families plan ahead in case of weather related school closings, Fridley Public Schools has put together the following information on its website...

    • SatAug27 Back to School Resource Fair 10:00 AM to 12:00 PMFridley Middle School
    • MonAug29 Tiger Club closed
    • TueAug30 Tiger Club closed
    • TueAug30 Middle School Open House 6:30 PM to 8:00 PMFridley Middle School
    • WedAug31 Tiger Club closed
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Fridley High School, IB World School

Welcome to the 2016-2017 school year at Fridley High School.  My name is Patty Awsumb and I am the new head principal at FHS.  I am thrilled to become a member of this supportive community whose focus is to support success for each and every student.  I believe strongly in leading a culturally responsive community of learners, in which students, staff members, and families collaborate to support our climate to ensure it is a caring, inclusive community for all.  This belief will anchor all my work going forward and will focus all ideas, thoughts, and decisions made in the best interest of our students.

To give you a bit about my background, I began my career as an English teacher for many years at Park Center High School, in the Osseo School District.  I later became a dean of students at Fridley High School for one year, and moved to St. Michael-Albertville High School to work as their assistant principal for two years.  I then transferred to the Hopkins School District for the last eight years, serving in the roles of assistant principal, associate principal, and for the last five years, as the head principal at Hopkins High School.  I am excited to come “home” to FHS to serve as the head principal, and look forward to working with your students.  

Again, welcome to Fridley High School as we embark on an exciting, new school year. Go Tigers!


Phase I of the district's three-part is well under way, with additional classrooms at both elementary schools, new gym floor and auditorium upgrades at the high school, and safety improvement throughout.
Fridley Public Schools is eagerly awaiting the return of students this fall. To prepare for the upcoming school year, here are dates and events you should know about.
More than 1/3 of the Fridley High School Class of 2016 graduated with honors. Congratulations to all our students on a job well done!
Before graduation, these students were invited back to their roots, a place where it all started to visit and receive special recognition from their elementary schools.
The teachers and staff who retired in 2016 collectively contributed more 160 years of service to the district.
The event, sponsored in part by the Fridley Lions raised more than $102,000 scholarships for students.
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