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SUMMER SCHOOL

A program offering traditional remedial classes for students who need to make up course credits, enrichment classes for students wishing to improve their academic skills, and transition to high school programs for incoming Special Education and at risk general education students.  Classes meet five days a week for four to six weeks.

Ed Options & Services

In addition to the five comprehensive high schools, the Fremont Union High School District offers various educational options to meet the needs of all our students. These programs operate on a referral basis, and the initial contact should be made at the student’s home school, either with an Assistant Principal (AP) or a Guidance Counselor (GC). Many of these programs have limited spaces available and involve either an application process and/or an interview. Although the programs are available districtwide, not all programs are available at all school sites. Many are offered outside of the typical school day. Refer to the program descriptions below for hours of operation. Transportation to and from any of the educational options programs are the responsibility of the student and his/her family.

Placement of students in educational options is done through the Placement Advisory Committee (PAC). The student and his/her family meet with district representatives of all programs to mutually determine appropriate placement for maximum success.

For more information, please contact the appropriate AP or GC at your home school.