Measure K Bond Program
On November 4, 2014, voters in the Fremont Union High School District passed Measure K, a $295 million school bond, by a vote of 64.84%. The bond was passed to avoid overcrowding at the District's five high schools by building the new classrooms and facilities needed to serve a growing student population, updating computer network capability and science labs, upgrading classroom computers and technology, and replacing, acquiring, constructing and renovating school facilities.
At the Board of Trustees meeting on April 5, 2016, the Board approved the Initial Measure K Project List and Budget. This list is subject to change depending on the ongoing needs and requirements of the District.