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Contact Us

If you have any questions or concerns about the program:

Guidance Counselor


Coordinator of
Educational Options



$49.00 — basic student fees

$31 per unit - unit fees

$26.65 — parking fees (per quarter)
$200- $350 — books
$1-$10 — instructional materials fees
(subject to increase at any time)

Forms & Files

Click on any form below to download - forms were updated as of 2/5/16:


Application Process for 2016-17.pdf

College Now Brochure 2015-16

College Now APPLICATION - Google doc - Open with your FUHSD email account, not a personal Gmail account and in CHROME. 

College Now TEACHER Evaluation - Google doc - Must be opened in CHROME to be able to submit and use FUHSD login, not a personal Gmail account.

College Now

How can you complete one (1) year of college during your senior year? COLLEGE NOW.


The Application window is now closed as of 3:35 pm on 3/3/16.

College Now is offered by the Fremont Union High School District in collaboration with De Anza College.

What is College Now?

  • An educational option for FUHSD seniors to earn up to one year of college credits while completing FUHSD high school graduation requirements.
  • An opportunity to spend the fourth year of high school at De Anza College instead of at an FUHSD high school campus, taking courses not offered through FUHSD schools.
  • An opportunity to complete a minimum of 9 college courses, making it possible to earn a bachelor's degree in less time~~especially helpful to students planning for advanced professional degrees.
  • A chance to take up to 21 units a quarter--the most allowed for an FUHSD high school student.
  • An example of taking full advantage of a unique educational opportunity.

Who is the College Now Student?

  • An academically serious-minded, independent, responsible and mature FUHSD senior.
  • An FUHSD senior who seeks advanced subject studies by taking college courses in science, English, art, mathematics, humanities and social sciences.
  • An FUHSD senior who feels he/she is ready to move on to college not only academically, but also socially and emotionally.
  • An FUHSD senior who is more interested in involvement in college activities than those offered at the high school level.
  • An FUHSD senior who has proven that he/she is capable of taking all of his/her senior year courses at De Anza College.
  • An FUHSD senior who wants to start completing a certificate program, an associate degree and/or accrue transferable college credits for a four-year university.

General Eligibility

  • A current FUHSD junior with valid Residency within the FUHSD boundaries
  • Must have at least a 3.5 academic/college grade point average (grades 10-12) as recorded on the Fremont Union High School District's transcript, not cumulative
  • On-target for graduation (approximately 180 units by the end of the eleventh grade)
  • Completion of the entire College Now application by the 3:30 pm on March 3, 2016
  • Two (2) academic junior year high school teacher evaluations
  • One (1) essay - prompt explained at the February 4, 2016 Info Night mtg. at De Anza College
  • Completion of De Anza Math and English Placement Exams showing eligibility for English Writing 1A (EWRT 1A) and Algebra 2 (MATH 114) — please see this website for eligibilty:
  • A school record of responsible, mature, self-directed behavior
  • Parental permission
  • Non-residents may be subject to De Anza out-of-state fees and some international students may not be eligible based on visa status — please see

General Program Requirements

  • Completion of FUHSD graduation requirements (including, but not limited to US Government, Economics, and English) by the end of the De Anza winter quarter.
  • Mandatory attendance at April, May, June and all Fall quarter meetings as scheduled.
  • Adherence to FUHSD and De Anza College codes of student conduct.
  • Adherence to the College Now Student Responsibility Contract

         Failure to meet any of the above requirements may result
         in immediate removal from the program.

Frequently Asked Questions

. What are the odds that I will get the classes that I want each quarter?
A . Excellent.  There is no guarantee, but you will have priority registration each quarter.

Q . May I apply to a four-year university without penalty?
A . Yes.  Your college admissions process will be the same as other FUHSD seniors.

Q . Will I earn college and high school credits?
A . Yes.  All courses will appear on your De Anza transcript for college credit. However, only the courses that you need for high school graduation will appear on your FUHSD transcript.

Q. May I graduate early?

A. No.  College Now is a program and you may only graduate early from a high school campus.

Q . May I participate in high school graduation and senior end-of-the-year activities?
A . Yes.  You may participate in graduation and all other senior end-of-the-year activities that do not conflict with COLLEGE NOW.

Q . May I continue in sports at the high school level or on a De Anza College athletic team?
A . No.  COLLEGE NOW students are NOT eligible to participate in sports at the high school level or be on a De Anza College athletic team, but may participate in De Anza PE classes every quarter.

Q . May I still participate in clubs at my high school?
A . Possibly.  You may not be on the high school campus from 7am-3pm so if you can participate after 3pm then it is possible with the approval by an administrator.

Q. May I still be considered for valedictorian of my high school?
A. No.  You must remain as a full-time student on your high school campus to be eligible for valedictorian.

Q. May I be considered for “senior awards” given out by my high school at the end of the senior year?
A. No.  You must remain as a full-time student on your high school campus to be eligible for senior awards.

How To Apply

If you are interested in applying, please download (2) two forms - College Now APPLICATION - Google doc and Application Process 2016-17 located on the left side of this website under "Forms & Files".  Both forms were updated as of 1/13/16.

Directions are on the Application Process 2016-17 form.

Applications will be accepted from January 4, 2016 - March 3, 2016.

Please refer your two (2) FUHSD academic, junior-year teachers to complete the College Now TEACHER Evaluation - Google doc located on the left side of this page under "Forms & Files."

If you have any questions, please make sure to attend the Parent/Student informational meeting on February 4, 2016 at 6 pm in Conference Rooms A & B in the Hinson Campus Center at De Anza College. The date and location have been confirmed as of 1/5/15. (See map located at

College Now Timeline

FUHSD juniors will receive a postcard with information about the program.


Applications for the 2016-2017 school year will be accepted starting on January 4, 2016.

STUDENT ONLY informational meetings will be held at each FUHSD school. If you are interested in learning more about what College Now has to offer, plan to attend the meeting at your high school.

Cupertino High School
Jan. 13, 2016 at 10:25am - CHS Theatre

Fremont High School
Jan. 19, 2016 at 10:55am - FHS Principal's conference room in main office

Homestead High School
Jan. 27, 2016 at 9:25am - HHS Career Center

Lynbrook High School
Jan. 29, 2016 at 9:15am - LHS Auditorium

Monta Vista High School
Jan. 28, 2016 at 9:15am - MVHS Theatre


Mandatory STUDENT & PARENT informational meeting is scheduled to be held on Thursday, February 4, 2016 from 6-7pm in Conference Rooms A & B in the Hinson Campus Center at De Anza College.


The Power Point presentation shone at the 2/4 meeting is available for viewing - see the Forms & Files of this page, entitled "Feb Info Night slides.ppt"


PLEASE NOTE: Check this website after January 4, 2016 for confirmation on the Info Night date.


Applications are due by 3:30 pm on March 3, 2016.  No applications will be accepted after 3:30 pm on March 3, 2016.

Emailed interview notifications will occur by 6:00 pm on March 18, 2016

Interviews will occur the week of March 21-25, 2016 at each FUHSD school site:

Monday, March 21 - Lynbrook in the LHS Library conference room

Tuesday, March 22 - Monta Vista in the MVHS Student Liaison's office in the MVHS main office

Wednesday, March 23 - Cupertino in CHS Guidance conference room in the CHS main office

Thursday, March 24 - Homestead in the HHS Building A conference room

Friday, March 25 - Fremont in the small, break room at the end of the "bowling alley" in the FHS main office


Final notification e-mails will be sent to students by 6 pm on April 8, 2016.

Mandatory pre-registration intake meetings afterschool (3:00-4:30 pm) at each of the HS campuses:

May 2 - May 6 for Lynbrook in the LHS room 6 computer lab

May 9 - May 13 for Fremont in the FHS room 128 computer lab

May 16 - May 20 for Monta Vista in the separate computer lab through the MVHS library

May 23 - May 27 for Homestead in the HHS library computer lab

May 31 - June 2 for Cupertino in the CHS library computer lab


Mandatory student only meeting at De Anza College Campus Center conference room B at 12:00-3:00 pm on June 3, 2016.

Fall quarter registration appointments June 6 - June 17.


Fall quarter registration at 8:00 am on July 23, 2016


Fall quarter begins on September 21, 2016