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Enrollment and Residency

The Enrollment and Residency Office is responsible for helping new students enroll in our District, ensuring that all new students live within our District boundaries and investigating all possible fraudulent residency claims.

Staff are also trained to help students and their families with the following:

  • Inter District transfer screenings;
  • Change of address services;
  • Appeals due to disenrollment, school placement or inter-district transfer denials;
  • McKinney Vento homeless or displaced services;
  • Immunization updates and follow-up;
  • Community resources/services referrals;
  • District & School Boundary issues; and
  • Translation help in Mandarin and Spanish.

Though still focused on verifying each student's residency within our District boundries, the Enrollment and Residency Center also serves as a welcoming place for new students and their families enrolling in the District. Staff warmly welcome those new to the District and provide them with transition information and support. Their focus is on personalizing the enrollment of each student and family by connecting them to any needed support services and helping them acclimate to the social and cultural environment of their new school community.

REGISTRATION FOR THE 2018-19 SCHOOL YEAR

Registration for the upcoming 2018-19 school year will begin on January 8, 2018. All Registration for next school year will be done using the District's new On Line Registration tool (OLR).

More information will be provided to all current 8th Grade students attending one of our feeder middle schools in late December and published on the Enrollment and Residency webpage.

Use the Residency Address Check tool below to to see if a particular address lies within our district boundaries and/or to see which of our schools a student would attend if living at this address.

Residency Address Check Tool

Residency Verification and Registration Process

Feeder Schools

Welcome to the Fremont Union High School District! We are looking forward to having you and your student join us next year as part of the FUHSD family. High School is an exciting time for parents and students alike and we are eager to get to know you and spend the next years working together as a team to make your student successful.

In order to enroll for next year, we will be asking you to register your student using our new On-Line Registration tool (OLR) starting Jan. 8, 2018 and then participate in a residency verification process. Our residency efforts help insure that every tax dollar of our community is used to support students that live full time within our district boundaries.

We will begin our annual student registration and residency verification process in late January at the High School Campus your student will attend, unless otherwise notified. Your official residency verification packet and detailed On-Line Registration instructions, will be mailed directly to your residence in late December and will contain all of the forms and information needed to complete these important processes. If you do not receive this packet then you must complete residency at the District Office in late January.

Please remember the following:

  • A student can have only one residence for the purposes of establishing residency and must live with a parent or legal guardian
  • PO Boxes will not be accepted for residency purposes
  • All documents used for residency must be current, valid and original.

Any student who fails to complete the process by the end of March will be deemed to have moved outside District boundaries and will be dis-enrolled.

The following items are required for registration and Residency Verification:

You must bring the following current, valid and original documents;

1. Parent’s Picture ID - one from the following list:

  • California State Driver’s License or California State ID Card
  • Valid Passport or Consulate Issued Picture ID

2. Residency Document #1 - one from the following list:

  • Valid vehicle registration (title documents do not meet residency requirements)
  • Current (2017) W-2 Tax forms
  • Current paycheck issued by employer - employer employee’s name and address must be imprinted on the check (on-line/computer printouts are not accepted)

3. Residency Document #2 - one from the following list:

  • Original Property Tax Bill with parent name and property address
  • Tenant's copy of Rental or Lease agreement with parent name, student name, and address, as well as manager or owner’s name and phone number

4. Residency Document #3 - Pacific Gas Electric (PG&E) Bill or statement

Please bring the bill/statement mailed to your residence with parent name and address

CHANGE: If you currently use E-bill for PG&E, you may print the on-line bill in place of an original mailed bill. A color printed version is preferable. A photocopy of the electronic bill will not be accepted.

Only if your rental agreement states that utilities (PG&E) are included, then one of the following can be used:

  • Monthly Bank statement mailed to your residence with parent name and address
  • Monthly Cable Bill mailed to your residence with parent name and address

5. Birth Document

A birth document that verifies the student’s legal name, birth date, and birthplace. This may be a birth certificate or other official birth record. If a birth document is not currently available in English, a passport may be used temporarily until the proper documentation can be secured. If you do not have a birth certificate or other birth record, please be sure to request a copy as soon as possible from the Recorder’s Office in the county, state or country of birth.

SPECIAL CIRCUMSTANCES

If you are unable to provide any of the above required documents, then you must go to the Enrollment and Residency Office and meet with a Residency Official to discuss your options.

Spanish and Chinese versions of all residency and registration materials are available at the Enrollment and Residency Office.

Private/Other Schools

Welcome to the Fremont Union High School District! We are looking forward to having you and your student join us next year as part of the FUHSD family. High School is an exciting time for parents and students alike and we are eager to get to know you and spend the next years working together as a team to make your student successful.

As the first step in registering for school, we will be asking you to use an On-Line registration tool (no paper forms). Please complete the New Student Registration process on-line via the OLR link and bring the Registration Number to the District office to complete the residency verification process in order to verify that you live within our District boundaries. Our district receives our funding directly from the property taxes paid by our community residents, with no funds provided by the state based on enrollment. Our residency efforts help insure that that every tax dollar of our community is used to support students that live with the parent/guardian full time within our boundaries.

All new students must complete the Online Registration and the Residency Verification at the Enrollment and Residency Office.

Priority Registration – January 16 to January 26, 2018

Completing the process in this time period will help insure that students and families will have access to guidance information.

Late Registration – Starts on February 1 and continues indefinitely

Please remember the following:

  • A student can have only one residence for the purposes of establishing residency and must live with a parent or legal guardian
  • PO Boxes will not be accepted for residency purposes
  • All documents used for residency must be current, valid and original.

The following items are required for registration and Residency Verification.

7 documents are needed - you must bring the following current, valid and original documents:

1. Parent’s Picture ID - one from the following list:

  • California State Driver’s License or California State ID Card
  • Valid Passport or Consulate Issued Picture ID

2. Residency Document #1 - one from the following list:

  • Valid vehicle registration (title documents do not meet residency requirements)
  • Current (2017) W-2 Tax forms
  • Current paycheck issued by employer - employer employee’s name and address must be imprinted on the check (on-line/computer printouts are not accepted)

3. Residency Document #2 - one from the following list:

  • Original Property Tax Bill with parent name and property address
  • Tenant's copy of Rental or Lease agreement with parent name, student name, and address, as well as manager or owner’s name and phone number

4. Residency Document #3 - Pacific Gas Electric (PG&E) Bill or statement

Please bring the bill/statement mailed to your residence with parent name and address

CHANGE: If you currently use E-bill for PG&E, you may print the on-line bill in place of an original mailed bill. A color printed version is preferable. A photocopy of the electronic bill will not be accepted.

Only if your rental agreement states that utilities (PG&E) are included, then one of the following can be used:

  • Monthly Bank statement mailed to your residence with parent name and address
  • Monthly Cable Bill mailed to your residence with parent name and address

5. Birth Document

A birth document that verifies the student’s legal name, birth date, and birthplace. This may be a birth certificate or other official birth record. If a birth document is not currently available in English, a passport may be used temporarily until the proper documentation can be secured. If you do not have a birth certificate or other birth record, please be sure to request a copy as soon as possible from the Recorder’s Office in the county, state or country of birth.

6. Transcripts - Current school year report cards

7. Immunization Records - Complete immunization records including dates and physician signature/stamp.

If entering from outside Santa Clara County, the Mantoux TB Test must be given within 12 months of enrolling

Mantoux TB Tests performed outside the USA will not be accepted

Proof of Tdap Booster shot (Whooping Cough)

SPECIAL CIRCUMSTANCES

If you are unable to provide any of the above required documents, then you must go to the Enrollment and Residency Office and meet with a Residency Official to discuss your options.

Current 10th Grade/Continuing Students

In January, all continuing 10th Grade parents/guardians of students in the Fremont Union High School District will be required to verify District residency before registering for next year’s classes. All residency verification will be completed at the High School Campus at which your student currently attends, unless otherwise notified.

Your official residency verification packet will be mailed directly to your residence in January and will contain all of the forms and information needed to complete this process. If you do not receive this packet then you must complete residency at the District Office on the day of your School's residency day(s).

Please remember the following:

  • A student can have only one residence for the purposes of establishing residency and must live with a parent or legal guardian
  • PO Boxes will not be accepted for residency purposes
  • All documents used for residency must be current, valid and original.

Any student who fails to complete the process by the end of March will be deemed to have moved outside District boundaries and will be dis-enrolled.

If you have moved and your address has changed, you will need to fill out the continuing student address change form and provide the required form and documents listed below.

The following form and 4 documents are required for residency verification:

Sign and complete the Residency Declaration Form 

Please bring the following current, valid and original documents:

1. Parent’s Picture ID - one from the following list:

  • California State Driver’s License or California State ID Card
  • Valid Passport or Consulate Issued Picture ID

2. Residency Document #1 - one from the following list:

  • Valid vehicle registration (title documents do not meet residency requirements)
  • Current (2017) W-2 Tax forms
  • Current paycheck issued by employer - employer employee’s name and address must be imprinted on the check (on-line/computer printouts are not accepted)

3. Residency Document #2 - one from the following list:

  • Original Property Tax Bill with parent name and property address
  • Tenant's copy of Rental or Lease agreement with parent name, student name, and address, as well as manager or owner’s name and phone number

4. Residency Document #3 - Pacific Gas Electric (PG&E) Bill or statement

Please bring the bill/statement mailed to your residence with parent name and address

CHANGE: If you currently use E-bill for PG&E, you may print the on-line bill in place of an original mailed bill. A color printed version is preferable. A photocopy of the electronic bill will not be accepted.

Only if your rental agreement states that utilities (PG&E) are included, then one of the following can be used:

  • Monthly Bank statement mailed to your residence with parent name and address
  • Monthly Cable Bill mailed to your residence with parent name and address

SPECIAL CIRCUMSTANCES

If you are unable to provide any of the above required documents, then you must go to the Enrollment and Residency Office and meet with a Residency Official to discuss your options.

Spanish and Chinese versions of all residency and registration materials are available at the Enrollment and Residency Office.

New Students

All new incoming students, whether from private schools or other school districts, must register at the Fremont Union High School District's Enrollment Residency Office.

New Student Residency Verification Procedures

Welcome to the Fremont Union High School District! We are looking forward to having you and your student join us next year as part of the FUHSD family. High School is an exciting time for parents and students alike and we are eager to get to know you and spend the next years working together as a team to make your student successful.

As the first step in registering for school, we will be asking you to use an On-Line registration tool (no paper forms). Please complete the New Student Registration process on-line via the OLR link and bring the Registration Number to the District office to complete the residency verification process in order to verify that you live within our District boundaries. Our district receives our funding directly from the property taxes paid by our community residents, with no funds provided by the state based on enrollment. Our residency efforts help insure that that every tax dollar of our community is used to support students that live with the parent/guardian full time within our boundaries.

All new students must complete the on-line registration and the residency verification at the enrollment and residency office.

Please remember the following:

  • A student can have only one residence for the purposes of establishing residency and must live with a parent or legal guardian;
  • PO Boxes will not be accepted for residency purposes; and
  • All documents used for residency must be current, valid and original.

The following items are required for registration and Residency Verification:

7 documents are required for registration - you must bring the following current, valid and original documents:

1. Parent’s Picture ID - one from the following list:

  • California State Driver’s License or California State ID Card; or
  • Valid Passport or Consulate Issued Picture ID.

2. Residency Document #1 - one from the following list:

  • Valid vehicle registration (title documents do not meet residency requirements);
  • Current (2017) W-2 Tax forms; or
  • Current paycheck issued by employer - employer employee’s name and address must be imprinted on the check (on-line/computer printouts are not accepted).

3. Residency Document #2 - one from the following list:

  • Original Property Tax Bill with parent name and property address; or
  • Tenant's copy of Rental or Lease agreement with parent name, student name, and address, as well as manager or owner’s name and phone number.

4. Residency Document #3 - Pacific Gas Electric (PG&E) Bill or statement. Please bring the bill/statement mailed to your residence with parent name and address.

CHANGE: If you currently use E-bill for PG&E, you may print the on-line bill in place of an original mailed bill. A color printed version is preferable. A photocopy of the electronic bill will not be accepted.

ONLY IF your rental agreement states that utilities (PG&E) are included, then one of the following can be used:

  • Monthly Bank statement mailed to your residence with parent name and address; or
  • Monthly Cable Bill mailed to your residence with parent name and address.

5. Birth Document

A birth document that verifies the student’s legal name, birth date, and birthplace. This may be a birth certificate or other official birth record. If a birth document is not currently available in English, a passport may be used temporarily until the proper documentation can be secured. If you do not have a birth certificate or other birth record, please be sure to request a copy as soon as possible from the Recorder’s Office in the county, state or country of birth.

6. Transcripts - Most current official cumulative transcript or withdrawal grade form, if available.

7. Immunization Records - Complete immunization records including dates and physician signature/stamp.

If entering from outside Santa Clara County, the Mantoux TB Test must be given within 12 months of enrolling

Mantoux TB Tests performed outside the USA will not be accepted

Proof of Tdap Booster shot (Whooping Cough)

SPECIAL CIRCUMSTANCES

If you are unable to provide any of the above required documents, then you must go to the Enrollment and Residency Office and meet with a Residency Official to discuss your options.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where do I go to register my child for school?

For all new incoming students, school registration is processed centrally in the Fremont Union High School District at the Enrollment and Residency Office. Registration is required for students enrolling in the Fremont Union High School District for the first time or returning to the Fremont Union High School District after having withdrawn from school. Proof of District residency or an approved interdistrict attendance agreement is required for all new and students returning to the District after having withdrawn.

Parents/guardians must register their students at:

Enrollment Residency Office
Fremont Union High School District Office
589 West Fremont Avenue, Sunnyvale, CA 94087
(408) 522-2266

You may register in person Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on Thursday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Upon completion of registration, families will be notified of date and time to report to the school site for testing and/or scheduling of classes. Mandarin and Spanish speaking staff are available to assist you if needed.

What information do I need to provide in order to register my child for school?

Please refer to the Residency Verification and Registration Process information on this page, which includes detailed information on the registration process for students from our feeder schools, private schools, continuing FUHSD students and new students.

What if I don’t have all the documents you require?

Please contact the District Office at (408) 522-2266 so that you may meet with a District administrator regarding your child’s registration.

What grade will you place my child in? May I change that placement?

In keeping with California law, Fremont Union High School District places students in the same grade level they would have attained in the regular course of their educational career. Students entering from out-of-country are placed in the same grade level they would have attained had they attended school in the United States. Grade level acceleration or retention based on English proficiency is not a factor in grade level placement.

If you believe your child’s grade level placement is not appropriate, you must provide the school with documentation to support your request for a change in placement. Please make an appointment to meet with the Guidance Assistant Principal at your child’s school. The final decision regarding grade placement rests with the school.

We’re moving and my child is a senior. Is he/she eligible to stay at their current school?

Though often called "Senior Privilege" this is simply an Inter/Intra-district Transfer Request due to a parent/guardian's desire for their student to complete their senior year at their current school.

The FUHSD Senior Privilege Policy is designed to support students who would like to continue attending one of our schools for their senior year, but whose families have moved out of school boundaries during or immediately before their senior year in school.

To be eligible for Senior Privilege consideration, a student must:

  • be currently enrolled in and attending a Fremont Union High School District school
  • have been continuously enrolled since their sophomore year of high school
  • have a pattern of on-time, regular school attendance and satisfactory school behavior
  • be eligible for graduation with his/her class in June of senior year

All parents/guardians wishing to apply for senior privilege for their student must complete our Senior Privilege Request Form, which is available at the Enrollment and Residency Office. Requests must be turned in within 14 days after the move date.

If the student is moving outside of district boundaries, then the parent/guardian must first complete an interdistrict transfer request from the district of the new residence. If the new district agrees to release the student, then the FUHSD Senior Privilege Request Form can be picked up from the Enrollment and Residency Office, completed and turned back in to the Enrollment and Residency Office.

Senior Privilege Requests are accepted at all times, but will be granted based on several factors, including, but not limited to the student’s academic standing, discipline history, attendance history, date of move, year of original district enrollment, District enrollment/capacity, and district/state financial concerns.

All requests turned in prior to July 1, will be processed by July 15. All other requests will be completed as quickly as possible. Please remember that Senior Privilege Transfers are a privilege and not a guaranteed right.

How do I obtain an inter-district transfer?

Transferring into the Fremont Union High School District

Students who wish to transfer to Fremont Union High School District should contact their district of residence and file an interdistrict transfer. Transfers must first be approved by the resident district. Due to space and enrollment considerations, Fremont Union High School District limits the number of incoming interdistricts.

Students on interdistrict attendance agreements must exhibit satisfactory attendance, academic progress, and behavior in order to be accepted by and remain enrolled in the Fremont Union High School District.

Transportation is not provided for students attending Fremont Union High School District on an interdistrict transfer. Transportation is the responsibility of the parent/guardian.

Transferring out of the Fremont Union High School District

Students who live within the boundaries of the Fremont Union High School District and would like to attend school in another district may apply for an interdistrict transfer. The Interdistrict Transfer form is available at the District Office. Transfers must be approved by the Fremont Union High School District before submission to the district requested.

How do I obtain an intra-district transfer?

FUHSD Board Policy #5116.1 outlines how a student may be transferred from one district school to another.

In short, other than open enrollment, which occurs when a district school is under capacity, students are expected to attend school based upon the location of their primary residence. However, the following Excerpt from BP 5116.1, details a possible exception:

"Upon a finding that special circumstances exist that might be harmful or dangerous to the student in the current attendance area. Special circumstances, include, but are not limited to, threats of bodily harm or threats to the emotional stability of the student. Any such student may transfer to a district school that is at capacity and otherwise closed to transfers."

Parents that would like to request a transfer to another school, must first meet with the Assistant Principal or Principal of their school of residence to officially request the transfer and explain their reason for making the request. If judged by the AP/Principal to be a valid reason for transfer, the request will be forwarded for consideration by the Placement Advisory Committee (PAC). All cases considered by PAC will be judged on an individual basis and parents/guardians will be notified of the result within 72 hours of the PAC meeting. The decision by PAC is final, but can be appealed to the Superintendent/Designee.

We are moving and our new home is in the District. How do I go about verifying my residency?

Residency within the Fremont Union High School District is based on the location of your primary residence. Because you may only have one residence for the purposes of establishing residency and you and your family must physically reside within District boundaries, residency verification documentation is required. However, since documentation can often be delayed when moving from one home to another, we are frequently able to assist families by making home visits to one or both locations to assist in verifying District residency.

Whether your child is a newly enrolled or continuing student, it is always best to alert us to your move before it happens. Because the date of move may affect your child’s placement, it is best that you contact us as soon as your move date is confirmed. The most common situations are listed below. Rest assured that we want to work with you to ensure a smooth transition. Please contact our Enrollment Residency Office at (408) 522-2266 and speak with one of our staff members as soon as you have confirmation of your date of move.

Moves involving rental properties: If you will be renting a new home/apartment, you will need to bring in your new rental or lease agreement. The agreement must note your dates of occupancy, name the occupants (including the student) and your move-in date. Finally, since it will be difficult for you to provide your change of address on documents listed in #2 above, we will either request alternate documents or work with you to make home visit to assist in verifying your residency.

Moves involving the purchase of a new home: If you are purchasing a new home, due to recording and closing requirements, you will be unable to provide the property tax statement listed above. Frequently the occupancy of your new home may be delayed because of rent-back agreements, final walk-throughs, and final closing on the sale of the property. The situations must be documented as part of the escrow process. Since each case is different, we will work with you in helping you to obtain appropriate documentation from your title company or real estate office as well as arranging a home visit to your new residence to assist in verifying your residency.

Homeless & Displaced Students

The Fremont Union High School District is committed to provide services to all students experience homelessness or temporary displacement from their home. Some of the services we can provide are:

  • Free breakfast and lunch;
  • Free transportation (bus pass);
  • School supplies; and
  • Community connections for housing, medical assistance and more.

What is McKinney-Vento?

Federal law known as the McKinney-Vento Act, guarantees certain rights to homeless students and requires schools and other public institutions to provide services to these students and families.

The McKinney-Vento Act defines homeless children as "individuals who lack a fixed, regular and adequate nighttime residence."

The act provides examples of children who would fall under this definition:

  • Children and youth sharing housing due to loss of housing, economic hardship or a similar reason
  • Children and youth living in motels, hotels, trailer parks, or camp grounds due to lack of alternative accommodations
  • Children and youth whose primary nighttime residence is not ordinarily used as a regular sleeping accommodation (e.g. park benches, etc)
  • Children and youth living in cars, parks, public spaces, abandoned buildings, substandard housing, bus or train stations
  • Children and youth living in emergency or transitional shelters
  • Children and youth abandoned in hospitals
  • Children and youth awaiting foster care placement
  • Children and youth whose primary nighttime residence is not ordinarily used as a regular sleeping accommodation (e.g. park benches, etc)
  • Children and youth living in cars, parks, public spaces, abandoned buildings, substandard housing, bus or train stations
  • Migratory children and youth living in any of the above situations

If you or someone you know is homeless or facing temporary displacement from their home due to financial hardship or similar reasons, please call (408) 522-2266 or talk to any administrator at your school

Lynbrook Supplemental School Assignment Plan

On Tuesday, January 9, 2018, the Fremont Union High School District (FUHSD) Board of Trustees accepted the recommendation of the Citizens Advisory Committee and approved a resolution continuing the supplemental school assignment plan to help stabilize declining enrollment at Lynbrook High School. The resolution extends this program for two more years, allowing qualifying students to apply for an intra-district transfer to attend Lynbrook High School. This program is also know as the LSSAP. The official Board Resolution is available on the FUHSD website at www.fuhsd.org.

The Board Resolution allows for students to qualify for admission to Lynbrook High School if:

  1. The student is currently in the 8th Grade attending Miller Middle School on an intra-district transfer (this means the student is attending Miller Middle School, but lives outside the Miller Middle School attendance area), OR
  2. The student is currently in the 8th Grade attending Christa McAuliffe School, OR
  3. The student is currently in the 8th Grade and lives within the CUSD Hyde Attendance boundary area, which is the Cupertino High School Attendance area East of Wolfe Rd. / Miller Ave., excluding Vallco Parkway.

Qualified students attending Miller Middle School or Christa McAuliffe School will be granted guaranteed admission to Lynbrook High school upon completion of the application process.

For students living in the CUSD Hyde Middle School attendance area, 55 spots at Lynbrook High School are available. If the number of applications exceeds the 55 spots available, then a lottery will be held to determine the 55 students admitted to Lynbrook High School for the 2018-19 school year.

Younger siblings of qualified students may also be included in this transfer program. Please read the front page of the application for more details on qualified siblings.

If you are interested in this program and wish to apply, please read the application instructions very carefully and be sure to meet the application window from Jan. 22 to 4 p.m. on Feb. 8, 2018. The on-line application that is easy to use and can be accessed via the button below.

LSSAP Application

As always, if you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Enrollment and Residency Office. Lynbrook High School will also be hosting an Information Night for qualified students and parents on Jan. 16, 2018 at 7 p.m. in the Auditorium.

Residency Tip Line

The Fremont Union High School District makes a concerted effort to preserve its schools for only the students who reside within District boundaries. In the past 5 years, we have disenrolled over 800 students who provided false residency information.

This has saved the District over $7 million and saved many valuable programs and staff members. We will continue to closely examine all forms of residency verification, and when needed, conduct home visits to assure the veracity of student residency.

Please call the anonymous Residency Reporting Tip Line at (408) 522-2299 if you believe someone is falsifying his or her residency.

When using the Residency Reporting Tip Line, be sure to speak slowly and clearly. All serious reports will be investigated, but no calls will be returned. Please provide as much information as you can, such as:

  • Name of Student;
  • Student's grade level;
  • School Student is attending;
  • District address student is currently using;
  • Family or student who actually resides at this District address;
  • Student's out-of-district home address, or District or city within which student resides;
  • Student's out-of-district home phone number;
  • How you learned of student's non-district address (For example, the student may have told you; you may have driven the student home after school or a school event; you may have visited the student at home. Remember: You are providing this information anonymously. This information will not be shared with the student. This information does, however, help our investigators in determining the validity of the student's address.); and
  • Any other information you feel would be helpful to our investigators

Thank you for supporting our residency efforts.

Forms & Documents

All of the forms in this section have been created for to be easily completed on your computer.

Forms completed on your computer will be far easier to read and process, so we highly recommend this method. If you would like to complete the form on your computer, please do the following:

  1. Select the file you want by clicking on the name below
  2. View or download the form using Adobe Acrobat or other program to (this should happen automatically on your computer)
  3. Complete the form using your keyboard and mouse - you can use the Tab key to move from one item to the other or simply click in the box with your mouse
  4. Save the file on your computer, when you have completed all parts of the form
  5. Print two (2) copies to bring with you
  6. Sign both copies

All of the forms in this section are created to be printed and completed by hand.

Simply click on the form below, print and complete.

Residency Verifcation Procedures

Location & Office Hours

589 West Fremont Ave. Sunnyvale, CA 94087
(408) 522-2266

Hours:
8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Open until 5 p.m. every Thursday.

Mandarin and Spanish speaking staff are available to assist you if needed.

Contact Information

Julie Darwish
Manager of Enrollment & Residency
408-522-2280

Elena Macias
Enrollment & Residency Specialist
408-522-2266

Will Mandac
Residency Officer
408-522-2281