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Rachel Zlotziver

Congratulations to the 121 amazing students from Cupertino, Fremont, Homestead, Lynbrook and Monta Vista high schools that have named as National Merit Scholarship semifinalists! Approximately 16,000 semifinalists in total were selected, based on their PSAT scores. The PSAT is taken by about 1.6 million high school students across the country. The semifinalists will have the opportunity to compete for 7,500 National Merit Scholarships in the Spring. 

The student honorees from FUHSD are:

Cupertino High School

Attaluri, Nithya S.
Chang, Helen S.
Fan, Emily J.
Glawitsch, Alexis
Heap, William E.
Kim, Jimin
Krishnamurthy, Sahana
Lacy, Jade J.
Nair, Gokul S.
Poon, Timothy C.
Qin, Crystal L.
Rahman, Abrar F.
Rassieur, Leo W.
Shao, Siting
Subramanian, Avinash
Wang, Ralph
Wu, Casper

Fremont High School

Brosnahan, Kellen M.
Shemy, Gahl
Yu, Dottie

Homestead High School

Bronicki, Nadav
Chen, Michael
Cheng, Eric
Chua, Zhi-Ying
DeAnda, Daniel C.
Dias, Shaylan M.
Edwards, James C.
Feng, Gilbert R
Gao, Trinity
Ghosh, Rohit
Hao, Anke
Ikeya, Megan M.
Iyer, Neharika
Jayadeep, Aishwarya
Kattuparambil, Abhishek B.
Khosla, Mira A.
Lei, William S.
Ma, Jeffrey
McAllister, David R.
Thurm, Noah J.
Wu, Ken O.
Yamakawa, Pasqualle S.
Yu, Xinqi
Zhang, Jessica
Zhong, Jannie

Monta Vista High School

Amara, Rahul V.
Arora, Radha
Bharadwaj, Shreyas K.
Bhatt, Ravi
Bhoj, Praneet
Chang, Claire E.
Cheerla, Anika
Chen, Brenna J.
Chen, Sophia
Chi, Kenneth S.
Chodavarapu, Sarvagnya R.
Chuppala, Rithvik R.
Datta, Gaurav
Feng, Sarah E.
Ganesh, Akhilan N.
Gong, Cynthia Z.
Gong, Jeffrey C.
Guo, Ethan Y.
Han, Cathy
Heo, Danielle
Hom, Cynthia H.
Hong, Joshua
Kamarshi, Vivek V.
Karandikar, Rhea
Karivaradasamy, Divya
Kavoori, Ishaan H.
Ketavarapu, Mythili
Krishnapura, Ananya R.
Lee, Jessica
Lee, Shawn J.
Lin, Ashley
Lin, Cathie
Ma, Brandon C.
Manikkoth, Mehreen
McNelis, Irene M.
Narayana, Shriniketh
Nie, Jacob H.
Park, Matthew H.
Rajaram, Sidharth S.
Rosenthal, Carl
Sarkar, Nandini
Shah, Urvi T.
Sodem, Vishal
Sreedhar, Rohan
Thakuria, Shruti
Thontakudi, Anjali
Tien, Jeremy
Vora, Meet R.
Wang, Eric R.
Wang, Jim
Wu, Andrew
Wu, David S.

Lynbrook High School

Chiu, Ian S.
Dhanda, Uday
Ding, Shannon
Fatehpuria, Anusha
Hasan, Mihir
Hwu, Catherine
Kim, Jong Ho
Kumar, Meghana
Li, Selina
Lillemark, Hansen J.
Liu, Jeff Z.
Lum, Michelle
Mao, Michael
Mohidekar, Shreyas A.
Pu, Leslie
Sinha, Mahima
Tai, Ian T.
Tian, Tiffany
Wang, Garret
Wang, Stanley
Wu, Alicia T.
Xu, Adam J.
Zhang, Emily
Zhang, Nathan


Superintendent Polly Bove and the Board of Trustees pose for a photo at the FUHSD Adult School Open House
Rachel Zlotziver

FUHSD celebrated the new FUHSD Adult School location at Vallco Mall with a community open house on Tuesday, Aug. 28. Community members had the opportunity to tour the new facility, meet current adult education teachers and students, and learn about the critical services provided by the District’s adult education programs. Students from various programs shared their personal stories and participated in demonstrations of their skills.

Last fall, Sand Hill Property Company offered to provide the school district with temporary facilities for the FUHSD Adult School at the vacant mall rent-free during the planned construction and modernization of the current FUHSD Educational Options facilities at 589 W. Fremont Avenue, Sunnyvale. The free use of these facilities represents a considerable cost savings to FUHSD and has allowed the district to continue to provide its adult education offerings uninterrupted during construction. 

Blach Construction oversaw the transformation of the former Vallco food court into a beautiful and functional space for the FUHSD Adult Shool, complete with 11 classrooms, office space for staff and a large open area that can be utilized by the District as a meeting and training space.

FUHSD has had a longstanding commitment to engaging and teaching adults and children in the community before and far beyond the four years of high school. The educational services provided by the FUHSD Adult School enhance life-long learning opportunities and aid students who may wish to transition to college or the workforce.

Cupertino High School to celebrate 60th Birthday
Rachel Zlotziver

Join Cupertino High School on Sept. 15, 2018 to celebrate the school’s 60th anniversary. The event will feature a pep rally, guided tours of the campus, historical exhibits, the re-dedication of the Veterans Monument and a historical talk and book signing for Cupertino High School: The First 60 Years. Campus will open at 9:30 a.m. The Athletic Boosters are offering a $5 bag lunch as part of the event. The school will also be selling t-shirts, sweatshirts, old yearbooks and more. Join Dusty and the entire 'Tino community in celebrating this special milestone! George Fernandez, the first principal of Cupertino High School, will be attending this special event.

The Adult Education graduating Class of 2018
Rachel Zlotziver

Congratulations to the amazing students who were celebrated at the FUHSD Adult Education graduation ceremony last week! We are so proud of all that you have accomplished on the journey to graduation and wish you all the best as you pursue happiness and fulfillment in the next stage of life.