Fremont #1 is home to six attendance centers. We have three elementary schools, a middle school, and two high schools. You can learn more about each school by clicking on the links below. You may also click here to view a map of our in-town schools.
Lander Valley High School (grades 9-12)
LVHS is a school of excellence in the Fremont County #1 School District. We have about 485 students. The facility was built in 2004 and is a modern, well-designed, open school.
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Pathfinder High School (grades 9-12)
Pathfinder serves approximately 25 students. PHS provides an option for students who do not find a way to succeed elsewhere and meet the needs of diverse students who might not fit in or thrive in a traditional academic setting.
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Lander Middle School (grades 6-8)
LMS is a new and modern educational facility built in 2011. We exist to educate all students academically, emotionally and physically in a nurturing and challenging environment to prepare them for a successful future.
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Baldwin Creek Elementary (grades 4-5)
Baldwin Creek is the home of the Bobcats. Our mission is to work together to be a caring community dedicated to lifelong learning. You'll find that our high expectations are matched by our support in achieving them!
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Gannett Peak Elementary (grades K-3)
Our modern building was completed in 2013. We are one of the largest elementary schools in the state with over 570 students and over 90 staff members. Working together we will be a caring community dedicated to lifelong learning.
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Jeffrey City School (grades K-5)
Jeffrey City School is a rural school located about 50 miles outside of Lander. We currently have 8 students and one teacher. We coordinate our specials classes with Gannett Peak Elementary.
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