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 proudly presented the District with our largest gift to date – $410,000 !

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

For more detail about what the Foundation funds at each school, click on the school links below.

Principal Bryan Emmert asks you to support the Foundation.

Fremont Art Teacher, Catherine Zweig, introduces several art students. The Foundation funded a grant for take-home art kits. 

Robotics has been a huge part of my high school experience. I’ve learned a lot of technical skills, as well as how to work in a team and communicate well with others.

James Jiao

Co-President, Lynbrook Robotics, FIRST Team 846, Lynbrook High School


FUHSD teachers may apply for grants from the Foundation for innovative & collaborative classroom projects. Sorry! The application deadline was September 30, 2021.

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While our suggested donation is $400 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.



Foundation Student Organization

The Foundation Student Organization is the student arm of the FUHS Foundation. FSO is made up of a group of students committed to raising awareness about the Foundation.