What We Fund

The FUHS Foundation provides funding across the district to ensure that all our students are offered a full range of opportunities.

While government funding covers the basics, donations from parents and community enable supplemental programs that enhance our students’ educational experience — from STEM to applied arts and performing arts, to athletics and Robotics, plus college readiness programs.

The Foundation was once again able to  allocate $410,000 to support our students!

Programs Funded for Our Schools

Academic Enrichment

  • Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) classes at all five schools
  • Direct Grants to Teachers for equipment and innovative programs
  • Robotics equipment and competition entry fees
  • Journalism Support for school newspapers
  • District-Wide Art Show to showcase our students’ talents in the visual arts
  • Choral Festival to showcase our students’ talents in the performing arts
  • AVID
  • Teacher Summer Work Teams – curriculum collaboration

Student Support

  • Schoology – online student/parent/teacher communication tool
  • Teacher preparation for distance learning
  • Parent Resource Network – resources to support parents and students, parent education programs
  • Mental health services for students

College and Career Readiness

  • Naviance for career assessment and help with the college application process
  • Resume writing and mock interview workshops with BAYCO (see Student Groups)
  • Annual job fair

In addition to the District Wide Programs, the Foundation funded these projects,  equipment, and supplies through our Teacher Grants Program

  • Theater arts equipment
  • Cooking classes for health and independence
  • DNA model
  • Interactive whiteboard
  • Art supplies
  • Yabla – a Spanish Immersion tool
  • Culturally diverse books for school libraries
  • Athletic safety equipment


Principal Bryan Emmert asks you to support the Foundation.

Care Solace Partnership for Mental Health Services

The District is continuing its partnership with Care Solace, an online resource  to assist individuals in finding local mental health related programs and counseling services. The Foundation is proud to support this important program.

The preferred method for FUHSD students and families to access Care Solace services is by contacting our School Linked Services Specialist Jasmine Kroner at jasmine_kroner@fuhsd.org or 408-522-2288 x4056. Our administrators, guidance counselors, school-based therapists and psychologists can assist in making a referral to School Linked Services.


Care Solace may also be accessed by:
  • Calling (888) 515-0595 to speak with someone from the Care Solace Concierge team
  • Visiting our custom direct link at www.caresolace.com/FUHSD

Testimonial from Byron Lee of Homestead High School


Dear FUHS Foundation,

We would like to thank you for your generous donation of $7,000 to each of the five FUHSD robotics programs. The FUHS Foundation’s continuous support has made an impact on each of our members’ lives.

Robotics is special because it is a real-life application of math, physics, and engineering. With your support, we’ve made it an environment that fosters lifelong learners and innovators—so thank you. Thank you for giving us the opportunity to stretch our limits and create a product we are proud of. Hundreds of us across our five teams, spend over 40 hours/week after school designing, building, and coding a robot. To be honest, we’re all addicted—to the community, the challenges, the aha-moments where everything clicks. Thank you for giving us the opportunity to feel that scream-at-the-top-of-your-lungs adrenaline rush of competition and the joy of seeing our robot in action. Thank you for giving us the opportunity to share our knowledge and skills with others so that they too have the chance to fall in love with robotics.


Thank you so, so much for helping us build this wonderful community and friendships that last lifetimes.

Arjun Kumar & Yuvraj Dhadwal

Co-Presidents, Lynbrook Robotics, Team 846, The Funky Monkeys

FOUNDATION GRANT APPLICATION – Applications for 2023-24 are closed.


FUHSD teachers may apply for grants from the Foundation for innovative & collaborative projects. Watch this space for the fall 2024 application.

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While our suggested donation is $425 per student, a donation in ANY amount is greatly appreciated!


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Bay Area Youth Career Opportunities is a Foundation-sponsored student group that focuses on career preparation.  Visit their website at bayco.co.