Choose Our District

Selecting the right school for your child is a big decision, and you want to choose a learning environment that offers the best opportunities available. We know you’ll be pleased with the educational experiences you’ll find at Fremont CSD #1. Please allow us to share some of the reasons why our schools are the best choice for your child’s future. 

Our Diverse School District

FCSD1 benefits from a diverse student population weaving a unique cultural tapestry that provides cohesiveness and camaraderie amidst our communities.

Approximately 28% of our students include minority populations:

  • 14% Native American
  • 7% Hispanic
  • 6% two or more ethnicities
  • 1% Asian, Black/African American, and Pacific Islander/Native Hawaiian

The Wind River Indian Reservation is home to the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapaho Tribes and is located four miles north of Lander. A portion of the reservation is included within our boundaries.

Our Schools

Our students enjoy modern school facilities and resources made available by the state of Wyoming and the community of Lander.

Lander Valley High School (9–12)
Constructed in 2004
Approximately 525 students

Pathfinder High School (9–12)
Alternative high school
Approximately 45 students

Lander Middle School (6–8)
Constructed in 2010-2011
Approximately 430 students

Baldwin Creek Elementary (4–5)
Approximately 317 students

Gannett Peak Elementary (PK–3)
Constructed in 2012-2013
Approximately 595 students

Jeffrey City School (K–5)
A small, rural school in the community of Jeffrey City
Currently, five students attend this school.

Our Focus

  • We are focused on working together to improve our performance in all Lander schools.
  • We are looking to the future to find opportunities to narrow our focus and make meaningful gains in student performance.
  • We are committed to working with the parents of all students and community members to reach our goals.
  • We have an increasing willingness to ask the hard questions, accept honest answers, and work to address our shortcomings.

Student Performance

Students in Lander public schools generally perform above national and state averages in the areas of high school graduation, ACT test scores, and nationally and state-referenced reading and math assessments, including the Performance Assessment of Wyoming Students (PAWS).

Our student performance is comparable to other Wyoming school districts similar in size, and we are continuously improving; the percentage of students reaching their growth targets on the Measures of Academic Progress (MAP) test has increased in recent years, as has the percentage of students scoring “proficient” on PAWS.