What We Fund2018-11-12T22:21:40+00:00

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.

2018-2019 Funding

In 2018-2019, FUHS Foundation funds supported students at each grade level.

Academic Enrichment
Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) curriculum and supplies
Direct Grants to Teachers for innovative student-based projects
Robotics equipment and competition entry fees
Theatre Arts supplies and costume expenses
Musical Instruments
Computers
District-wide Art Show to showcase our students’ talents in the visual arts
Choral Workshop to showcase our students’ talents in the performing arts
Student Support
School Loop online student/parent/teacher communication tool
Books for English Learners
College and Career Readiness
Naviance for career assessment and help with the college application process
Bay Area Youth Career Opportunities (BAYCO) - a Foundation-sponsored group for students that
offers resume building workshops, mock interviews and internship fairs

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

Students at the Resume Building Workshop
Resume Workshop – Sponsored by the FUHS Foundation

The Foundation raises money to help support our students in three key areas – academic enrichment, student support services, and college and career readiness. While FUHSD is proud to be able to offer a wide range of curricular offerings and services at our five high schools, there are additional opportunities for students that would not be possible without the funds raised by the Foundation each year.

~ ​​Dr. Polly Bove, Superintendent
Fremont Union High School District

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