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Middle College & College Now

Middle College

Middle College is an educational alternative for FUHSD juniors and seniors who need a different high school environment in order to achieve success -- academically, socially and/or emotionally. Students earn high school and college credit simultaneously, complete requirements for high school graduation and explore individual interests through a diverse college curriculum.

Middle College students are required to take two high school courses each year, taught by Fremont Union High School District teachers on the De Anza campus, to satisfy high school graduation requirements. Juniors take an integrated course in American Literature and US History, while Seniors take Contemporary Literature as well as semester courses in Economics and US Government.

Middle College Information & Application

College Now

College Now is an educational option for FUHSD seniors to earn their FUHSD diplomas, while also earning one year of college credits without taking AP tests and for 1/10th of the cost for the same year at a UC. It provides an opportunity for students to spend the fourth year of high school on both the high school campus and at De Anza College.

Students complete a minimum of nine (9) college courses, making it possible to earn a bachelor's degree in less time, which is especially helpful to students planning for advanced professional degrees. Students can take up to 21 units a quarter, the most allowed for an FUHSD high school student.

College Now Information & Application

Contact Information

Tamara 'Emmy' Emmert
Guidance Counselor
(408) 864-8589

Alison Coy
Director, Educational Options
(408) 522-2275

Laura Gonzales
Assistant Principal, Educational Options
(408) 522-2292