It is important for parents/guardians to know that the laws of the State of California require parent(s)/guardian(s) be current residents within the boundaries of the public school district they want their children to attend.
Residency for Public School Districts - California Laws
A student whose parent/guardian currently lives within the Fremont Union High School District (FUHSD) boundaries is qualified to attend FUHSD schools.
Additionally, once a student is enrolled in a public school, the student can only remain enrolled if the student resides continually within that district's boundaries (California law: Ed Code 48201). Examples include:
If the family moves out of district boundaries for any reason, the student must be dis-enrolled from the FUHSD school and enrolled in the new district of residency.
If the family and student move to a different address within district boundaries, parents must complete a Change of Address form within two weeks of moving to a new address.
Temporary housing, for any reason including home renovation, must be within district boundaries in order for the student to remain enrolled in FUHSD schools.
Joint Custody Arrangements
Complete our Suspected Residency Violation Form or contact the FUHSD Enrollment Office (408) 522-2266 for any suspected residency violations. Names will be kept anonymous, and all tips will be treated as confidential.