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Ferndale High School offers a comprehensive core curriculum designed to take incoming students at their individual levels of achievement and provide pathways for growth. A rich elective program that includes courses in agriculture, fine arts, technology, and vocational arts augments the core and required courses of instruction. All students are provided an opportunity to complete University of California and California State University entrance requirements. We offer classroom-based honors and Advanced Placement courses as well as on-line AP courses through University of California College Prep Initiative. With a seven-period instructional day, we are able to maintain scheduling flexibility in our course offerings, provide ample opportunities for enrichment and remediation, and maintain very low student-to teacher ratios.

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Attention Student Athletes!! The sports physicals for the 2015 - 2016 school year have been scheduled!

The following dates have been scheduled for Physical Examinations (you may also be examined by your own doctor). Physical Exams and insurance forms are required for all students before participating in any sport at Ferndale High School this school year.

The physical form (JPA-24) is required and will be available at Humboldt Medical Group or at the high school office. All other required forms will also be available in the office, or you can get them from your coach.

You will need to bring $15.00 (CASH ONLY) to:

Humboldt Medical Group
Monday, July 6th for 9th & 10th graders
Tuesday, July 7th for 11th & 12th graders
6:00-8:00 p.m.
638 Main St.
Ferndale, CA 95536
786-4028

If you have any questions regarding your physicals please feel free to call the school @ 786-5900.
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1 week ago  ·  

The final class for the 2014-15 AP US History class was a visit to the Arcata-Eureka Airport in McKinleyville to see Wings of Freedom, a Collings Foundation project. Three vintage aircraft were on display, a
B-24 Liberator, a P-51 Mustang, and a B-17G Flying Fortress, which is pictured behind the class. They were able to view all three planes up close and even tour the inside of the B-24. Also on display were vintage vehicles used in World War II and some from more recently.
Another highlight was the mooring of the Goodyear blimp "Spirit of America". The stopover was on it's journey to Tacoma for the US Open.
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4 weeks ago  ·