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Throughout the Fremont Union High School District, generous students and staff give tirelessly of their time and resources in service to others.  Students can apply for a Community Service Medal sponsored by the FUHSD Board of Trustees if they volunteer eighty or more hours during their senior year.  In the 2013-2014 school year over 218 seniors qualified for this honor and collectively volunteered nearly 26,000 hours of service.  Heartfelt thanks to all within the FUHSD who reach out to support, assist, and encourage others in need!

Community Service

Class of 2016 Students: You can help our world and earn a Board Community Service Award!


The Board of Trustees annually recognizes Fremont Union High School District seniors who provide service to nonprofit organizations in the community.  This recognition takes place as part of the Senior Awards ceremony at the schools and students may choose to wear their Community Service Award medal at the graduation ceremony. 

Seniors must complete a minimum of 80 hours of voluntary service with a nonprofit community organization between June 6, 2015 and May 1, 2016.  Time spent competing in events or attending conferences/events for a high school club does not count towards this total.

Students must not receive any pay, recognition, award, or school credit for the voluntary service.

Community service activities must be described on the Community Service Award application form and the student must obtain a verifying signature and phone number of the supervising adult.  

Students may obtain the 2016 Community Service Award application form in their school's Career/College Center or click on 2016 Community Service Award application form to download now.  Information about the types of activities that qualify for the eighty hours of volunteer work are described on the form that can be downloaded by clicking here.  The completed Community Service Award application must be submitted to the Career/College Center no later than May 2, 2016.