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District Boundary Maps

All students must reside full-time within Fremont Union High School District boundaries to attend high school in the District. Therefore, the Fremont Union High School District goes to great lengths to insure that all students attending our schools live within our boundaries and do not qualify based on fraudulent information. 

The Enrollment and Residency Department thoroughly investigates all possible fraudulent residency claims.

Attendance Boundaries

The District's Boundary Map specifies the attendance areas served by each high school. Students must live in the attendance area to attend a high school.

For a basic map of the entire district, please click on the following link:

District Boundary Map

For a basic Map of a specific high school, click on the following links:

Cupertino High School

Fremont High School

Homestead High School

Lynbrook High School

Monta Vista High School


For detailed boundary maps of each school and/or to find out which school in the district is served by a specific address,please click on the following link:

Detail Boundary Map and Address Check Tool

Address Check Tool

For detailed boundary maps of each school and/or to find out which school in the district is served by a specific address, please click on the following link:

Address Check Tool

Important Notice!

If you are making a major decision (such as purchase or rental of a home), the County Office of Education strongly recommends that you first contact the Center for Educational Planning at (408) 453-6868 and check the SCCOE website.