For Private and Non-Feeder Families please begin your registration process at the FUHSD District office. Information can be found on the FUHSD Enrollment and Residency webpage.
Due to school closures during the Shelter in Place order, the World Language placement exams were not held at Sunnyvale Middle, Columbia Middle or at Fremont High. We know this is an important piece of the scheduling process, and are working to finalize plans soon to make them up and provide the best placement for all students. While we do not have confirmed dates yet, we wanted to let you know our tentative plans going into the summer so families can plan accordingly.
While we don’t have the exact information yet, we are tentatively planning to have three chances to take the placement tests for Spanish, French and Japanese (assuming we are back to school as normal in August).
- A day during the first week of August (day and time TDB). Tests will be at Fremont High School
- The day of Firebird Fiesta (Tuesday, August 11). Tests will be at Fremont High School.
- If students miss these days, then they’d take the test the first week of school in their language classes. But if students choose this option, their entire schedule could change after school jas started so it will be recommended to have the tests taken before school start if at all possible.
Chinese Placement Test:
Because the Chinese test is more difficult to administer, it is still not clear how and when the Chinese test will be given. Please check back over the coming weeks for more information.
For more information about Math Courses for incoming 9th graders please visit the FAQ tab in the Course Selection portion of our website.
Incoming 9th grade students looking into taking a math advancement class over the summer must fill out the "Request for Sequence Advancement via a Summer Class" form and submit it to the FHS Guidance office by Friday May 1, 2020. Once the student has completed the class an official school transcript must be turned in to the FHS Guidance office by Friday August 7, 2020.
freshman studentLink Crew replaces Common Ground and takes place during our Freshmen Firebird Fiesta. Link Crew significantly increases participation because every incoming freshman will be taking part of the program - all 550+ students. Additionally, Link Crew leaders will periodically check in with freshmen throughout the year informally and through social and academic follow ups.
WHAT IS THE GOAL OF LINK?
The overarching goal is for incoming students to feel safe, connected, excited, and motivated to partake in the full range of educational and positive social opportunities offered at Fremont High School.
ESSENTIAL OUTCOMES FOR LINK
Students are introduced to the peers, teachers, and resources that are available to them in their new school community.
Students gain a sense of belonging and begin to see themselves as a valued member of the FHS community.
Students are energized and look forward to beginning their new school experience with less anxiety and fear.
Students are inspired to be successful students who are engaged and involved.