• Welcome to the
    FHS College & Career Center
    Office Hours: Monday - Friday 7:30 am - 4:00 pm
    Order High School Transcripts by visiting website located here.

    Financial Aid Night - October 24, 2019 at 6:00 pm in the MPR
    Senior Local Scholarship Application
    EAOP Workshops to help with senior college applications (CSU/UC, FAFSA, & advising)
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      Interested in discovering your future?




    After filing your FAFSA, make sure to create an account at WebGrants4Students.org (which is a part of the Student Aid Commission). Through this account you can check the status of your FAFSA, which includes your CalGrant, Chafee Grant, Middle Class Scholarship, and student loan offerings. This is also the site where you can verify that your GPA information (that has already been sent from FHS) has been confirmed by FAFSA.


    Freedom High School College & Career Center
    The focus of the College & Career Center at Freedom High School is to serve each student with educational information and provide resources to assist with College & Career readiness during high school and post secondary education. 
    College and Career Coordinator:
    Mrs. Cartwright
    (925)625-5900 ext. 3024
    Mrs. Ramos
    (925)625-5900 ext. 3234

    The Career Center is a place where students can research higher education and career possibilities. Students can meet with college admissions representatives, use computers to access information on scholarships, work on college applications or come in and  finish homework. There is information on community service opportunities, applications for work permits, and career exploration.

    Mrs. Cartwright and Mrs. Ramos can meet with students before or after school, or lunch time to answer questions.

    The Freedom High School Counseling Department provides comprehensive guidance services to all FHS Students.  Each student is assigned to a counselor that represents their Professional Learning Community (PLC).  Counselors are available, by appointment, to assist students with academic success, educational planning, career exploration and personal concerns.
    The Counseling Staff includes:
    Building - B: Ms. Clarke
    Building - C: Ms. Tang
    Building - D: Ms. Carroll
    Building - E: Ms. Yarbrough
    Building - E: Ms. Sanchez