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Online membership and Donation

CLICK HERE for online membership and donation

Why Join PTSA? 

Be Involved, Be Informed, Be Connected


  • Get priority registration to parent ed programs / speaker series - 6 events planned including Roadmap to College Series
  • Connect with other parents.
  • Support programs for your kids. Click on the programs tab to learn more.
  • Get your voice heard


  • Get priority registration to student ed programs including Roadmap to College series
  • Earn volunteer hours
  • Participate in programs
  • Become eligible as seniors for state PTA scholarships
  • Get your voice heard


Take advantage of the PTSA grants, get support from PTSA for your programs, give your valuable inputs to better serve the school community


Download membership form to print

corporate matching

Fremont High PTSA is a tax-exempt nonprofit organization as described in Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and accepts corporate matching for the amount you donate. Some companies also match funds for number of hours you volunteer. Please check with your company. For questions contact fhsptacorporatematching@gmail.com.


What is Corporate Match?

Corporate match or match funding or match giving is a way to maximize the fundraising efforts of your donors. Many companies pledge to match donations to approved non profits and US Schools year-round. Some companies also pledge time and resources enabling their employees to support a cause during their working week. 

There are upper limit and criteria applied to these matches.

How to get started?

To check if your company supports corporate match or match funding, please check your company website or with your employer. Companies differ in the process of applying for a match.

How to request for a match?

Depending on your company policies, apply for the match funding once you’ve donated or volunteered hours at the approved organization. 

This has to be done within a certain duration of donation or volunteering date.

Some companies allow you to make donations through the approved website of their choice too, so you don’t have to separately upload the receipts of donation.

Most companies allow you to upload receipts of your donation if these organizations are already listed with them.

If the organized is not listed with your company, ask your employer about the process to nominate your organization to the approved list.

When will the Organization receive the match?

The organization will receive the match once your company processes and approves your match request. 

Direct Donation

If want to donate to a department or teacher through PTSA, you need to be a member. If you submit a check to the school office, please mention who is the donation for. You can also paypal through online donation form. After submitting, please contact fremontptsa@gmail.com or treasurer@fremontptsa.org

Amazon Smile

We all purchase from Amazon. Why not give back to our students by supporting FHS PTSA. Simply use AmazonSmile for your purchases and select "972 Fremont High PTSA" as your charitable organization. Every item available for purchase on www.amazon.com is also available on AmazonSmile at the same price. AmazonSmile Foundation donates 0.5% of the purchase price of eligible products to the charitable organization of your choice.

How to Shop Amazon Smile

  1. Visit smile.amazon.com
  2. Sign in with your Amazon.com credentials
  3. Under the heading “Or pick your own charitable organization” enter “972 Fremont High PTSA” then click “Search” 
  4. Select your charity
  5. Start shopping!
  6. Add a bookmark for smile.amazon.com to make it even easier to return and start your shopping at AmazonSmile


How to Sign-up for ESCRIP

  • Click on Sign Up on www.escrip.com.
  • Enter the Fremont High School Group that you wish to support. PTSA Group ID# is listed below.
  • Register any one or all of your existing grocery loyalty (Fresh and Easy), debit and credit cards for use in the program.
  • Participating merchants (Lunardi's, Draeger's, Black Angus, Bombay to Goa, Roberto's Cantina, and Amazon.com, for example) will make contributions to your chosen group(s), based on purchases made by you, just by using the cards you registered. (Safeway no longer participates in this program.)
  • No cost to you!
  • Anyone can sign up. Ask your family, friends and neighbors.

Group Id


Group Name

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  • Entre el ID del Grupo (listado abajo) que usted quiere apoyar.
  • Inscríbase cualquier o todas las tarjetas de debito y crédito que usted use en el programa.
  • Los negocios participantes (Lunardi's, Draeger's, Black Angus, Bombay to Goa, Roberto's Cantina, and Amazon.com, por ejemplo) harán contribuciones al(los) grupo(s) que usted elija, basado en las compras que usted haga, solo usando las tarjetas que usted inscribió.(Safeway ya no participa en el programa.)
  • ¡Ningún costo para usted!
  • Cualquier persona puede inscribirse. Pregúntele a su familia, amigos, vecinos.

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Nombre del Grupo

Fremont High School PTSA

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News and Events

Aug 13: 6-9 pm - Firebird Freshmen parent orientation

Aug 22: 6:30 - 8:30 pm, Roadmap to college speaker session - for seniors ( College Applications)

Attention senior families, join us on Aug. 22, 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. at the Shannon Theater for our Roadmap to College speaker session.

College application process can be overwhelming and intimidating for both parents and students. There are myriad decisions and conflicting information that can be extremely stressful. Join us for a workshop that will provide an understanding of the application process for the senior class, and help reduce the stress of getting through it all.

The session will focus on topics that are important to seniors:

  • Profiling/Selecting the right college
  • Submission strategies
  • Writing effective essays
  • Selecting a major/Career
  • College interviews
  • Insights on how to manage the stress of the process
  • List of useful resources

Register at Eventbrite

Aug 22, 6-6:30 pm PTSA Exec meeting

AUG 29, Watermelon run : Volunteers needed

If you can help delivering the watermelons from specific stores or cut them for the students, please send your email to our volunteer coordinator Sangeetha: sangyrak@gmail.com

Sept 5, Back to School Night

Sept 26,7-8:30 pm, High School Navigation Social

Parents and students (all grades),

Join us on Sept 26, 7 - 8:30 p.m. in the Cafeteria and Quad area for the first High School Navigation Social

7-7:50 pm : Online Guidance workshop
Topics: Naviance, guidance web resources and more... 
7:50 - 8:30 pm: Connect with Senior and Alumni parents at ASK ME Booths. 
  • Booth 1: Academic planning 
    • General planning including summers
    • Testing schedule
    • Course load 
  • Booth 2: Exploring Colleges specially Junior year
    • How/When to explore colleges
    • College Rep visits on campus /off campus
  • Booth 3: Extracurricular activities
    • Clubs, Teams, Band, Athletics etc
    • Volunteering
  • Booth 4: Concerns and Getting involved 
    • Managing Digital life
    • Getting involved in school/ptsa/clubs
    • Other
If you have specific questions, please enter them here


Speaker Series - Parent and Student Ed

PTSA is a proud to invite and sponsor speakers that bring in wealth of information that can help students and parents.

All events are registered events due to limited space. Information about registration will be sent via school loop and FHS weekly news.

2019-20 Speaker schedule

Date Topic Speaker
Aug. 28, 2019, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., Shannon Theater Road map to college (session 2 for seniors) Syrous Parsay

College planning Road map - Session #2 by Syrous Parsay

Recommended for Parents and Students (All grades)

Join us at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, August 28, 2019, in the Shannon Theater at Fremont High School

College application process can be overwhelming and intimidating both for parents and students. There is a myriad of decisions, conflicting information, and as a result, the stress level tends to be high. Come join us for this informative lecture on "College Planning Road Map". Freshman, Sophomores and Juniors will walk away with a clear understanding of the college application process including:
  • Review of a step-by-step "roadmap" including how to plan for academics, testing, extra-curricular activities, college profiling and selection, submission strategies, writing effective essays, financial planning, and more.
  • Insights on how to manage the stress of the process
  • Understand the roles and responsibilities of the students, parents, and support resources
  • List of useful resources 

Please come prepared to take notes. Photos or recording of the workshop is prohibited, and there will be no handouts.

About the Speaker: Syrous Parsay is a retired inventor and entrepreneur. He frequently lectures on topics of disruptive technologies, entrepreneurship, science and dimensions of wellness, financial planning, college planning, and more. Mr. Parsay is also a mentor to a broad demographic of individuals from students to corporate executives. (Contact Info: crmlectures@gmail.com)

Communicating with Teens by Mary Eschen

Communicating with Teens - How, What and When?

As a high school parent, it is very common to have a challenging time communicating with our teens. Before our kids turn 18 and leave the nest, it is very important to establish a strong relationship. Come spend an evening learning some new tricks and tips for dealing with your kids.

Due to limited space, this is a registered event. Register here

About the speaker: Mrs. Mary Eschen is a local parenting educator as well as a Life and Parenting Coach. Her entertaining style and energy will put you back in the drivers seat with some new ideas on how to parent. Parents at our district high schools have thoroughly enjoyed her session.

SAT Prep

This year will be the seventh time that the Fremont High PTSA, with incredible support from the Fremont High Staff, FUHSD and community donors, will be able to offer our students a well-received SAT Prep program at an affordable price, as well as provide a discounted rate to our students eligible for Fee Reduction.

Fremont High PTSA is proud to offer "SAT MASTER" taught by Future Path Prep.

2019 Dates: Mon/Weds: Feb 4, Feb 11, Feb 13, Feb 25, Feb 27 and Mar 4, plus an in-class practice SAT test on Saturday, Feb 16.

Times: 3:45-5:45 pm on the Fremont High School campus (Feb 13 & Feb 27 go until 6:15 pm).

Cost: $130 fee includes 6 class sessions and 2 complimentary SAT books: The 2018 Official SAT Study Guide by the College Board ($20 value) and SAT Master by Future Path Prep.

$25 for students eligible for Fee Reduction.

Registration: Sign-up by Tuesday, January 15, in the ASB Office. All sign-ups received by Jan 15 will be enrolled by lottery. Priority given to juniors. Space is limited.

Questions: Contact PTSA representative Kelly Wissmar at kwissmar@comcast.net.

NOTE: CSUs and UCs, as well as most out-of-state and private colleges, require the SAT or ACT test. The College Board gives SAT Tests on March 9, May 4 and June 1 of this year. If you plan to take the March 9 SAT test, you must register by February 8 at sat.collegeboard.org. Fee Waivers to take the SAT test for free are
available to eligible students in the College & Career Center.


Partner Programs for Students

TGIF Conversation

TGIF Conversation: Thank Goodness It’s Friday Conversation (on Wednesdays)

Goal: Help ELD students (English learners) to learn English and the American culture in a fun and conversational setting.  Foster belonging, acceptance and empowerment for the ELD students and student leaders.

Participants: Fremont High ELD students and qualified ASB, AVID and other student leaders as Assistants and adult volunteer Coaches.  All participants are committed to at least one semester.  Student Assistants receive community service hours up to 20 hours each year.  ELD students’ attendances are reported to teachers regularly.

Meeting Time & Location: Mostly the second Wednesday of the month from September to May, from 8 to 9 a.m. at the Fremont High Student Center.

Dates: The second Wednesday of the month.  2018-19 First semester: Sep. 12, Oct. 10, Nov. 14 and Dec. 12, 2018; second semester: Jan. 16, Feb. 13, Mar. 13, Apr. 24 and May 15, 2019; plus 1 additional planning meeting for coaches and assistants (Sep. 5, 2018).

Format: Breakfast will be provided by the Cafeteria and supplemented by coaches. Each coach will lead a group of 6 to 8 ELD students with the help of 2 student Assistants. There are usually 3 or 4 groups. The total number of participants could be from 30 to 40. The format is informal and encourages students to participate in fun activities and conversations. Conversations are conducted in English with minimum translations.

Activities are planned to encourage learning English, American culture, school programs, college and financial aid applications and life skills. We also help students to practice public speaking and prepare for the EL Speech Contest in the spring. Click here for activities planned for the year.

Organization: Volunteer coaches include District staff, FHS staff, alumni and community members. All coaches need to have background check, TB clearance and finger-printing on file.  All ELD students are welcome.  Student assistants (ASB, International Club or AVID) are recommended by teachers and administrators.

Funding: FHS ELD budget pays for breakfasts and FHS PTSA pays for supplies, treats and prizes for about $300 per year.


LINK is a program where we train a group of students to be LINK leaders. Its goal is to make incoming freshmen feel comfortable. We need about 80~100 students to have a 10:1 ratio or lower of 9 graders: (10, 11, 12 graders).

The LINK leaders are trained by staff to teach lessons that make high school more manageable through building relationships with the leaders and with other 9th grade students. The whole theme is positive and can be demanding but the idea is for students to learn coping mechanisms. Building relationships and strong connections are critical for students' social and emotional learning (SEL).
LINK promises to deliver some of the elements necessary for that SEL to happen. 
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 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

PTSA funds LINK to train staff and purchase supplies such as name tags, treats, and other items to make orientation more exciting for our students.

LINK will continue using the funds to improve student experience during orientation and train more staff members.

Students for Success

The SFS or Students For Success, is an after school tutoring/homework center where students can drop in to get help on homework in a variety of subject areas. We have student and adult tutors who help Monday-Thursday during 7th and after school, until 5pm.  Students can get help in many subjects, including Math, English, Science, Language, and Social Studies.  Students can stay for as long as they would like and can drop in at any time, no appointment is necessary. There are also computers, work areas, and text books for students to use should they just need a quiet place to study.
With the help of PTSA funds, the SFS has been
  • Able to provide supplies, such as paper, pencils, markers, poster paper, binders, folders, etc. for our student tutees and student tutors. 
  • Last year, we were able to purchase a portable cabinet so that supplies for the SFS could be housed separately from the classroom supplies. 
  • To provide snacks for our students who are hungry after school
  • For celebrations to thank our volunteer tutors.


FHSol is a Columbia Middle School outreach club where the club members go to Columbia’s after school KLAS program and help the students with their homework or tutor them on the material they are learning in class.
With the help of PTSA funds, FHASol
  • Host a  recognition ceremony (with treats, certificates, and small prizes) for the Columbia KLAS students
  • To make small purchases (e.g. daily incentives for KLAS students who are hard-working)
  • Worthwhile project 
    • Recently funded a community library (a joint collaboration between FHSol and an FHS Eagle Scout) for one of the Sunnyvale elementary schools.
    • We are hoping for another long-lasting project such as this to improve the quality of education and community connection for the students we serve.
  • Name tags for our tutors and FHSol swag to use as daily incentives for students.


Explore the Arts and Express Yourself

For 50 years, National PTA’s Reflections program has helped students explore their own thoughts, feelings and ideas, develop artistic literacy, increase confidence and find a love for learning that will help them become more successful in school and in life.

Each year, over 300,000 students in Pre-K through Grade 12 create original works of art in response a student-selected theme. The theme for the 2019-2020 program year is Look Within. Students submit their completed works of art in one or all of the available arts categories: Dance Choreography, Film Production, Literature, Music Composition, Photography, Visual Arts.

Student winners from the local level have the opportunity to move up through their district, region, council and state PTA programs to the national level. National Reflections winners are celebrated annually at National PTA's Convention & Expo in June.

Scholarships for Seniors

Bianchini Scholarship

This award is presented in memory of Gary Bianchini. He was a leader, an athlete, a major in National guard and above all, one of Fremont’s most beloved Assistant Principals. This scholarship of $750 each is presented to 2 seniors who exhibit exceptional passion for community service within and outside school.

- Must be a Fremont High School graduating senior
- Involved in at least one extracurricular activity at Fremont High School (clubs, sports, etc)
- Must be planning to attend a university, community college, or trade/vocational school in the fall of 2018
- Community Service involvement

Application form

CA State PTA scholarship


A student's education doesn’t end once they walk across that high-school graduation stage. That’s why California State PTA has two scholarships to help high school seniors achieve their college dreams and life goals. Don't miss your chance to apply!

  • $750 Volunteer Service Scholarship – This scholarship recognizes graduating seniors for their volunteer service in schools and communities, and allows them to register for courses at accredited colleges, universities, trade or technical schools
  • $500 Dr. Ralph E. White Graduating Senior Scholarship – Honoring the volunteer and public-service legacy of Dr. Ralph E. White and his wife, Eleanor, this scholarship provides $500 each to two successful applicants of the Volunteer Service Scholarship who intend to pursue a career in a medical field.

Applications are due February 1. All scholarship applications require current membership at PTA. If you are not a member, join online at https://www.fremontptsa.org/.It just costs $10 to become a member.

Apply Online at www.capta.org/scholarships/graduating-high-school-seniors

Information for completing the application:

  • PTA Unit ID: 972
  • PTA District: Sixth

For membership card, contact fremontptsa@gmail.com


Every year PTSA congratulates the graduating class and their families by hosting a ceremony followed by a dessert reception at a church during the last week of school.

It is a beautiful ceremony for the seniors in their graduating gowns. FHS Choir fills up the space with soulful music. Selected teachers and students give speeches about their priceless experience in 4 years at FHS. The whole ceremony surely brings mixed emotions of graduating from the beloved school.

Honorary Service Awards

Each year Fremont High PTSA honors individuals from our Community and Staff who make outstanding contribution towards our children, school, and community by giving Honorary Service Awards.

Some people make very visible contributions while others work quietly behind the scenes. Outstanding contributions are made in the classrooms, office, library, PTSA, School Site Council, the list goes on. Current members, officers and teachers may be considered for these awards.

You are welcome to nominate multiple individuals for HSA, but make sure to fill one form for each nomination. Please fill out this form and send by Friday, March 29, 2019. For questions, contact fremontptsa@gmail.com.

HSA nomination form

HSA Recipients (2005 - 2019)

Curtis Lee 
Dana Kulhman
Jody Schneider
Madhuri Ramanathan 
Mark Sheilds 
Peggy Wood

Moris Clark (staff, water polo coach)
Akira Quevedo (classified staff, student aide)
Anna Oren (band booster volunteer parent)
Lenora Heuchert (athletic boosters volunteer, among many other things)
Teena Bhatia (student store & grad party co-lead parent volunteer)

Ganesh Balgi
Mark and Tracy Burriss
Mary Depew
Janelle Rose
Kip Scott
Sarah Smith
Bonnie and Dan McCune (teachers)
Julie Luotto (parent)
Susan Miltenberger (parent) 
Kelly Wissmar (parent)  
Mark Hanlon (parent)  
Rito Castanedo (parent) 
Peggy Wood Kumamoto (parent) 
Shantha Ranganathan (parent) 
Greg Lambrecht (teacher) 
Lisa Corley 
Jen Bernauer
Priya Prasad
Lillian McCrorie
Lorena Villagomez
Maria Manjarrez (from Los Padres)
Leslie Francavilla
Peggy Harris
Gretchen Parenteau
Patty DelRosario
Anne McCloskey
Di Yim (Administrator)
Jay Lin (Teacher)
Robert Loftis (Parent)
Carolyn Palmer (Parent)
Trudi Ryan (Parent)
David Dobervich (teacher)
Sue Larson (Staff)
Sue Swanson (Parent)
Lisa McManis (Parent)
Tim Shannon (teacher)
Joseph Kelley (teacher)
Joe Howard (teacher)
Diane Hamill (community member, former FHS parent)
Annette Cardosi (parent)
Brian Irvine (teacher)
Annmarie Trione (teacher)
Peggy Raun-Linde (Principal)
Holly Lofgren (parent)
Janelle Rose (parent)
Carol McEvoy
Somsack Chaitesipaseut (teacher)
Mr. Johari (teacher)
Richard Steffen
Julie Darwish (parent)
Annette Cardosi (Parent)
Dolly Lau

PTSA Grants for Staff

Every year, FHS PTSA sets aside funds from its budget (typically ranging from $6000 to $10,000) to support school, staff and student activities. PTSA is guided by the principle that grants should benefit the largest number of students possible across a variety of grade levels and subject areas. With this in mind, mini-grants generally fund:

● Supplies, materials and equipment including books
● Support for school programs
● Instructional material including software
● Electrical or electronic equipment

Looking forward to supporting staff needs and benefiting the students. Click the form link below.

2018-19 PTSA Staff funding request form

Parent Social

We are in the planning phase of Parent Social to be held in Sept 2019. Exact date TDB.

If you have any questions (for example, course load, college applications, clubs, social life, sleep, stress etc) which you would like to ask other parents, teachers or principal or vice principal, please send your questions in this form.

If you are a senior parent and would like to be on a panel of parents who can answer questions, please email fremontptsa@gmail.com


Tim Shannon Project

 PTSA gifts $500 to the performing arts departments (Theater, Band, Choir) and they can decide who has a need that year. 


Reflections theme for 2019-2020 is "Look Within."

Check out this video 

There are six categories:
  • Dance choreography 
  • Literature
  • Photography 
  • Film production 
  • Music composition and
  • Visual arts 
You can participate in any category of your choice. 

If you have any questions please email samu.surya@yahoo.com. Please use the link below for more information: 


About Us

The PTSA plays an important and collaborative role at Fremont High School.  It helps fund and supports many programs at FHS that benefit our students, staff and parents throughout the year.  


To become a member donate online or download the membership and donation form. Print and fill the hard copy and give it in FHS main office. 

Parent and Student Volunteer info

Volunteer opportunities for Parents

 Date  Event Name
 Aug 12/13  Registration day
 Aug 29  Watermelon run
 Sept 5  Back to School Night
Jan 31 Career Day
 Feb.  FHS-HHS presentation @ CMS, @SMS,  translation to different languages
 Feb.  SAT test prep proctor
March 13 Hall of Fame
 March/April  Staff appreciation brunch
 May/June  Baccalaureate
TBD Job Shadow

If you are interested in volunteering, please fill the volunteer interest form. 

If you have any questions (for example, course load, college applications, clubs, social life, sleep, stress etc) which you would like to ask other parents, teachers or principal or vice principal, please send your questions in this form.

If you are a senior parent and would like to be on a panel of parents who can answer questions, please email fremontptsa@gmail.com

Volunteer opportunities for Students

 Name of crew  Description 
 Reflections  Run Reflection campaign 

 Event check in

 Historian  Take pictures of events and write a description

If you are interested in volunteering for PTSA please fill the form below by clicking on the form link.

Student Volunteer Interest Form (2019-20)

2019-20 Executive Board

President Aparna Bhargava
Executive VP Maya Neelakandhan
Treasurer Swati Karve
Secretary Meenakshi Jain
VP Membership Vandana Saha
VP Fundraising Meena Juttukonda
Auditor Liz Hussey-Slaten
Parliamentarian Saranya Vasu
Hospitality Chairs Kavita Gaitonde
Survarna Gadgil
Communications Chairs Dipali Godbole
Mali Shchory
Reflections Chair Samu Suryanarayana
Volunteer coordinator Sangeetha Krishnamoorthy

2019-20 Meeting Dates

Fremont High PTSA meets in general session four times per year. This is an opportunity to share news & information, and for members to approve PTSA activities and spending. All parents, students and staff are encouraged to attend.

PTSA General Association Meetings 2019-20

 Date  Meeting  Location
Thu, Aug 22, 6:30 - 8:30 pm College Applications Speaker Event Shannon Theater
 Thu, Sept. 26, 7 to 8:30 p.m.
General & High School Navigation Parent Social  Cafeteria
 Thu, Nov. 21, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
 General & Speaker session
 Roadmap to College (session 1)
 Shannon Theater
 Thu, Jan 23, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
 General & Speaker session
 Roadmap to College  - Maximizing summer (session 2)
 Shannon Theater
Thu, March 26, 7-8pm Speaker session Shannon Theater
 Thu, May. 14, 7 to 8 p.m.  General & HSA Awards  Fair Oaks Room
In addition, the PTSA Executive Board meets monthly to handle ongoing operations. Anyone who is interested in getting more involved with PTSA,  please join us, share your thoughts and also meet and discuss school issues with the principal. Please send email to fremontptsa@gmail.com if you have further questions about PTSA or our meetings.

PTSA Exec Board Meetings 2019-20

 Date  Location
 Thu, Aug. 22, 6 to 6:30 p.m.  Shannon Theater
 Thu, Sept. 26, 6:30 to 7 p.m.  Cafeteria
 Thu, Oct. 17, 7 to 8 p.m.  Birdlands Conference Room
 Thu, Nov 21, 6 to 6:30 pm Shannon Theater
 Thu, Dec. 12, 7 to 8 p.m.  Birdlands Conference Room
 Thu, Jan. 23, 6 to 6:30 p.m.
 Shannon Theater
Thu, Feb 27, 7 to 8 pm Birdlands Conference Room
 Thu, March 26, 6 to 6:45 p.m.  Shannon Theater
 Thu, April 23, 7 to 8 p.m.  Birdland Conference Room
 Thu, May 14, 6:30 to 7 p.m.  Fair Oaks Room
 Thu, June 11  Birdlands Conference Room

2019-20 Hospitality Calendar

Date Event
Sept. 5 Back to School Night - Cookie Event
Dec December Coffee Cart
March  Staff Appreciation Brunch
May 14 HSA
June 3 Baccalaureate
June 5 End of School Staff Breakfast

PTSA Exec Board Position descriptions

PTSA Reimbursement/Payment Authorization Request Form

Contact Us

Email us at fremontptsa@gmail.com

Fremont High PTSA is a tax-exempt nonprofit organization as described in Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. This exemption applies to all the California State PTA’s constituent organizations. IRS EIN: 94-2852575 

PTSA Membership Form


Join PTSA! Be Involved, Be Informed, Be Connected. 

Parents, students, staff, any of you can become a member.

Students: Give back to your school, earn volunteer hours, become eligible for scholarships, reap benefits from programs, learn from student ed speaker series.

Parents: Get priority registration to parent ed programs / speaker series, get involved, support programs for your kids and staff.   

Staff: Take advantage of the PTSA grants, get support from PTSA for your programs, give your valuable inputs to better serve the school community.