About Us

The Fremont Union High School District Adult School (Sunnyvale-Cupertino) was established in 1923 as part of the Fremont Union High School District. The FUHSD Adult School serves mainly the communities of Sunnyvale and Cupertino, but also welcomes students who reside outside of these two cities. Our new location on Fremont Ave. is easy to find with large classrooms and easy parking.

Our Adult School is fully accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. We are also a member of the North Santa Clara County Consortium (NSCCC), which collectively services adult learners throughout Silicon Valley through a partnership with Foothill-DeAnza Community College District, Palo Alto Unified School District Adult School, and Mountain View-Los Altos Union High School District Adult School. The NSCCC is the group through which our Adult School receives funding from the California Adult Education Program (CAEP), and provides leadership for our region’s adult education services.

Over time, our programs have continued to emerge and evolve based on the needs of the students we serve. Our services enhance life-long learning opportunities and aid students with a range of goals including attending college, training for career advancement, learning English, becoming a citizen, obtaining employment, or updating employment skills. FUHSD Adult School program areas include:

  • English as a Second Language and Citizenship;
  • High School Diploma/GED and Adult Literacy;
  • Parent Education and Preschool at Bright Beginnings;
  • Career Advancement; and
  • Community Interest (including Active Adults: 50+ at Cupertino or Sunnyvale Senior Centers).

Under the umbrella of the Fremont Union High School District's belief system, FUHSD Adult School has adopted the following Mission Statement and School Wide Learning Outcomes:


Prepare students to achieve educational, career and personal goals.

Learning Outcomes

To this end, all of our students will achieve the following School-wide Learning Outcomes:

  • Demonstrate an increased ability to communicate in both collaborative and independent settings.
  • Participate in opportunities to become active and responsible members of our diverse community.  
  • Demonstrate critical thinking and problem solving.  
  • Demonstrate effective self-management and interpersonal skills. Set and pursue goals.
  • Use resources and technology.