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.

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 projects. The application deadline is September 30, 2022.

Apply for a Grant


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.