• MonApr22 Hayes Spirit Day - Wear green for Earth Day
    • WedApr24 ECFE Baby Class session 3 ends
    • WedApr24 Spring Play 7:00 PMFHS Auditorium
    • ThuApr25 Spring Play 7:00 PMFHS Auditorium
    • FriApr26 Stevenson Box Tops due




Fridley High School is a authorized school for the IB Career-related Programme.

The IB Career-related Program (IBCP) is designed for students interested in pursuing a career-related education. It provides them with an excellent foundation to support their further studies, as well as ensure their preparedness for success in the workforce. 

The CP enables students to:
  • combine academic subjects with their personal and professional interests and skills.
  • engage in learning that makes a positive difference to their community.
  • think critically and creatively.
  • communicate clearly and effectively in a variety of situations.
  • effectively work independently and in collaboration with others.
  • consider new perspectives and other points of view.
  • develop self-confidence, self-awareness, resilience, flexibility, and agility of mind.
  • be internationally-minded and globally aware.
  • apply their knowledge to real-world scenarios and situations.


The IBCP framework is built around three interconnected elements:
  1.  at least two Diploma Programme courses. These courses provide and enhance the academic rigor of the CP.
  2. an IBCP core that includes a personal and professional skills course, service learning, language development and a reflective project
  3. an approved career-related study culminating with an industry standard certificate

Pathway Courses

Reducing the “academic versus vocational” divide

Drawing on its experience and reputation in curriculum and assessment development through international collaboration, the IB can contribute positively to career-related studies by challenging the perception (still prevalent in many parts of the world) that career-related studies is of lesser status than academic studies. The IBCP has been designed to remove the distinction that exists in many educational systems around the world between knowledge skills and practical skills and, in so doing, maximize the effectiveness of young people as they continue their education, enter the workforce and take their place in society.

 Questions about the Career-Related Programme?  Contact

Jessica Baker: 763-502-5062 or jessica.baker@fridley.k12.mn.us

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Finish the week with Flashback Friday! Go out with a bang and express your age or express a different time period - past, present or future! The choice is yours.

Celebrate your religious culture by wearing white on Wednesday the 1st of May! There will be a Kahoot game in the media center during the second half of lunch and a sign up to try fasting for Ramadan. Use this link to fill out a form to win a prize! http://tinyurl.com/yy5mutrv 


Celebrate where you are from by wearing the colors that represent your national or ethnic culture.  Showcase your culture by performing in our Culture Week performance in the Auditorium after school!

We will focus on empowerment and symbolism in the LGBTQ community! You can have a chance to speak about your own experiences and view a slideshow highlighting important LGBTQ events. This day is all about respect and understanding.


Kick off Culture Week by learning about the roles family members play in different cultures through a scavenger hunt and tell us about your own family!

Pre-ACT is Wednesday! Check out where you will be testing - List outside of SSS office!

Reminder to sign-up with Sharon in the main office if you are interested in auditioning for Commencement Speaker or MC. Auditions are during lunch on Thursday, April 25th and Friday, April 26th.

Reminder that ACT testing will be on Wednesday. Be on-time! Bring a calculator! Leave cell phone off and away from testing location. Class assignments are hanging up outside of SSS office. Check out where you will be testing.

FFAF is Saturday May 4th at the HS from 6-8. The theme is United by the Arts and show is free. Be there to see and hear the amazing student artists from our district, to create your own art, and to enjoy a free hot dog dinner!

ni hao (你好, Hello)! Have you played Chinese diabolos yet? Come experience it with us on Monday 4/22 at Chinese classroom 162 at 3PM; and plus, you may also enjoy weaving an artistic grasshopper to bring it home! Chinese snack will be served. :)

The FHS drama spring show opens this Wednesday the 24th and runs through Friday the 26th. The show starts at 7, and student tickets are $2 with your ID. Go and support your classmates as they present this powerful story of Polish Jews attempting to escape Nazi persecution.

Did you know making 1/4 lb of ground beef (about the size of a hamburger) uses as much energy as it takes to power an iPhone for 6 months?! To celebrate Earth Day today enjoy a cheese quesadilla for Meatless Monday or local turkey burger for lunch.

Any senior who has been accepted to a College or University and has committed to play a sport should contact the Activities Office by Thursday, April 25.

The Signing Day Celebration Breakfast will be on May 8 at 7:30 in the Media Center.

There's still time to sign up for the Fridley Marching Tigers! See Ms. Shuman or Ms. Zeleny for info about Color Guard, Drumline, and Marching Band.

Want to win a pair of Beats by Dre headphones? If you recycle correctly in the cafe this week you could get a ticket from a staff member to be entered to win a pair of headphones! If you're not sure what to do, ask a staff member!

TIGERS United is putting on its first annual Culture Week next week, 4/29-5/3, to celebrate the amazing diversity at FHS. Take a look at the signs in the cafeteria for more Check out this video to learn more about how you can participate- click on this link https://drive.google.com/open?id=1liDp3eMwVg1DgKy78tVESH0pVRjkQNtP

Auditions for Culture Night start today during lunch. Sign up outside of Ms. Sneider’s room- 144.

Come celebrate Earth Week at lunch!

 Science club will be hosting events and selling shirts outside the Media Center for $12 every day at lunch.

Today, Monday:  Watch the Lorax in the auditorium

Tuesday: Make seed bombs to take with you

Thursday: Earth Day coloring sheets

Friday: chalk in the courtyard with performances by the PAC


Tickets for prom are on sale during lunch through the 26th except on the 24th. Tickets are $40.00 per ticket. Prom will be at the Minneapolis City Hall.   Please see Ms. Lowry if you have any questions.

Attention Juniors and Seniors Please Vote for this year's Prom King and Queen. www.tinyurl.com/fhsvote2019 You will need to use your school gmail address and can only vote once.

On Earth Day, April 22, IN ONE WEEK, FHS starts recycling in the cafe. That means all EMPTY BOTTLES, CARDBOARD CARTONS (like milk), CANS, and PAPER will go in the BLUE recycling cans. No liquids allowed so dump them in the bucket next to the pail. Students who correctly recycle will be given a ticket to enter to win a drawing for a pair of Beats by Dre headphones.

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