FRIDLEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI AWARDS 

The 8th annual Distinguished Alumni Awards will be held on October 27, 2017 at Fridley High School. Eight FHS alumni will be honored for their career accomplishments and service to their communities. Click here to purchase your ticket!

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 WELCOME TO FRIDLEY HIGH SCHOOL - HOME OF THE TIGERS!

  • International Baccalaureate World School for Middle Years and Diploma Programmes
  • National School of Excellence
  • Magnet School of America Award of Excellence

Fridley High School aims to develop internationally minded students. We challenge ourselves, our students, and our community to become caring and knowledgeable life-long learners who inquire and take action to create a better world.  Our mission is to guide students in the development of learning skills to help them reach their full potential. To accomplish this mission, we will . . .

  • Provide a nurturing environment
  • Create high expectations defined by learner outcomes 
  • Develop exemplary programs and continuously improve them
  • Strive to meet students' needs

Fridley High School students benefit from a rich curriculum and extensive extra and co-curricular opportunities. Our school is recognized for its reputation for excellence.  We offer a comprehensive and rigorous curriculum of 120+ courses emphasizing preparation for college offering numerous college preparatory, enriched, IB Diploma Programme, and Project Lead The Way courses. German, Chinese, and Spanish are offered to student’s grades 6-12.  Eleventh and twelfth grade students may also participate in the Post Secondary Options Program for college coursework. Fridley students have numerous opportunities for enriched classes in English (Language A), Science, Social Studies (Humanities), Mathematics, and World Language (Language B).  Fridley High School seniors may participate in the University of Minnesota College in the Schools English and German.

Our faculty is highly trained and deeply committed to student learning providing a world class education within a small comfortable setting.

We offer an impressive array of co-curricular programs in our school. We strongly encourage students to get involved in at least one or two of our school activities offered at Fridley High School.  The memories and friends made through participation will last a lifetime.


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-Send this text to 40404 (the shortcode for Twitter): Follow @ FHSnews14 But only if you don’t already
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-You will start receiving tweets from the FHS Twitter account on your phone. 


-To stop receiving the tweets, send this text to 40404:Unfollow @FHSnews14

The University of Minnesota is coming! Come to the SSS Office during
one lunch period to learn more about what the U of M has to offer.

is going to Hamline on Thursday, October 19 during MEA. Stop by the GEAR UP office for a
permission slip.

Key Club is still collecting socks for SOCKTOBER all month! Bring in some socks
for people of any age to the IB office to help out.

remember to put your full first and last name on the GRIT tickets you turn in. Only tickets
with legible staff signatures will be accepted. Right now freshman way in the lead with just over
2,300Juniors in 2 nd with just under 2,000

YIG

Time is running out to register for Youth In Government's Model Assembly. See Mr. Holt
if you are interested or have questions.

There will be a 11 th Grade Step-Up   boys  Field Trip  on Oct 23 rd .  if interested
please see MS. Wrona for permission slips space is limited.

The Fridley Improv Club will be meeting every week on Friday in Mr. Haaheim's
room (107) during the first half of lunch. Come on by to watch or play improv games! Please come
straight to practice after 4th hour is dismissed and eat your lunch in the second half of the hour. See you
on Friday!

if you received a club registration form last week, please have
your form in by Friday, October 20th. The club registration fee is $10. You can give your completed forms
as well as registration fee to Savannah Covington or Shadin Elkhair. The first AASU club meeting is
Monday, October 30th during the first half of lunch. Please check the club activity board outside of the
media center for future meeting locations, dates, and times.

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