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About the District

Large school groupFremont Unified School District (FUSD) is made up of 42 Schools serving 34,000 students primarily in grades K-12. Twenty-five district level departments and school sites with vibrant libraries. With numerous National Merit Scholars and multiple California Distinguished Schools/California Gold Ribbon Schools, FUSD’s mission is to provide equitable opportunities to Educate, Challenge and Inspire students of all ages, talents and ability levels, while striving to prepare each with the skills required to adapt and succeed in an ever-changing world. FUSD is located in the City of Fremont, California, a thriving international community [↗]. Residents come from countries across the globe to call Fremont home. FUSD takes pride in its diversity, its community, and in its schools.

Attendance Areas

Find out which attendance area/school boundary your family resides with the School Locator [↗].

An attendance area is a geographic designation that includes a high school, a junior high school, and several elementary schools. Fremont is divided into five attendance areas whose boundaries are drawn in an attempt to equalize the enrollment at each of the area schools. The five attendance areas are named after the high school of the area.

If you have questions about an attendance area, please contact Student Support Services at (510) 657-2350

ANONYMOUS Residency Reporting Tip Line (pdf - 3/6/08) - Fremont Unified School District is committed to providing high quality education to all Fremont residents. In order to ensure that all FUSD students can attend the school closest to their place of residence, FUSD is tightening the proof of residency process. We have been and will continue to closely examine all forms of residency verification. When needed, an investigation will be conducted to guarantee the authenticity of student residency. If you believe someone is falsifying his or her residency, please call the ANONYMOUS Residency Reporting Tip Line. 510-659-2550