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School Attendance Boundaries

The Fremont Union High School District (FUHSD) is committed to providing students a quality education and access to a variety of programs. As a Basic Aid district, FUHSD does NOT receive funding from the state based on the number of students enrolled in its schools. Instead, the District receives a “flat” amount of funding based on tax dollars paid on the property within its boundaries. The District must ensure that these limited dollars be used to educate the students who actually reside within the District.

Please visit the district web site for more information.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: Although the Santa Clara County Office of Education strives to ensure the accuracy of the information presented here, there remains a slight possibility of error. If you are making a major decision (such as purchase or rental of a home), the County Office of Education strongly recommends that you first contact the Center for Educational Planning at (408) 453-6868 and check the SCCOE website.