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Educational Options

In addition to the five comprehensive high schools and the FUHSD Adult School, the Fremont Union High School District offers various programs through Educational Options to meet the needs of all students. The mission of Educational Options is to provide an individualized pathway to success for every student. On the Educational Options campus, an Assistant Principal, School Counselor, School Psychologist, School Based Therapist and other staff are available to support students on a daily basis. 

These programs operate on a referral basis, and the initial contact should be made at the student’s home school with an Assistant Principal or a Guidance Counselor. Many of these programs have limited spaces available and involve either an application process and/or an interview. Transportation to and from any of the Educational Options programs are the responsibility of the student and their family.

Placement of students in Educational Options is through the Placement Advisory Committee (PAC). The student and their family meet with district representatives of all programs to mutually determine appropriate placement for maximum success. For more information, please contact the appropriate Assistant Principal or a Guidance Counselor at your home school.

Programs Located at the District Office

Middle College

The Middle College program also falls under the purview of Educational Options. For more information, visit the Middle College webpage.

Mental Health Support for Students

Wellness Check-In Form

You can request to speak with a School Based Therapist or School Psychologist by filling out our FUHSD Wellness Check In Form. We take appointments during regular school hours, Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

If this is a medical or mental health emergency, DO NOT fill out this form. Call 911 or visit your nearest hospital emergency room if you can get there safely.

Wellness Check-In Form

Say Something Anonymous Reporting System

FUHSD is part of the Say Something Anonymous Reporting System (SS-ARS), a program that teaches students, teachers and administrators how to recognize warning signals and threats on social media, in school or in their community. Students are empowered to Say Something to a trusted adult OR use the anonymous reporting system. 

Say Something: Submit a Tip

Contact Information

Alison Coy
Director of Educational Options

Laura Gonzales
Assistant Principal, Educational Options

Brian Dong
Assistant Principal, Academic Interventions

Cecilia Atayde
Educational Options Secretary (Front Desk)

Amanda Evans
Educational Options Support Specialist (Attendance, Registrar)

Jessica Wu
School Counselor

Alisa Dunlap
School-Based Therapist

For information about Bridges, WINGS, Transitions and LYNCS:

Nancy Sullivan 
Director, Educational & Special Services